Published on June 8th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 08/06/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 5 June

India Aviation industry newsletter 5 June   

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 5 June

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 5 June  

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 June

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Ryanair Sun fleet expands to five Boeing 737-800 aircraft 

Stobart Air Wet-Leases Embraer 190AR from Bulgaria Air 

Aircraft Update:

EI-GGF Boeing 737-8F2 c/n 34409 Corendon Air Europe Painted at Shannon 05/06/18 to become 9H-TJA. 

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada rouge is ‘similar but not identical’ to Qantas-Jetstar relationship

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Airlines need to ‘find new ways to work to reduce the cost base for airlines’: Al Baker

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BA swaps Grayling for H+K/Ogilvy for consumer PR brief; announces in-house departures

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Boeing Wooed by Unions, Washington State in Race for `797′ Work

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British Airways to suspend Calgary this winter

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Emirates: flydubai becoming a ‘medium to full service airline’

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Emirates, Synonymous With Luxury, Wants More Legroom Farther Back

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Emirates: There will be casualties from higher oil prices

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LOT CEO: European airlines should ‘very seriously whether they should hedge’

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Qantas believes ‘IAG model is a great model’; ‘small airlines will not survive without synergies’

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Qatar Airways CEO has ‘full confidence’ in IAG

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South African Airways Offers Spare Crew in Bid for Global Alliances

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Irish Aviation News:

AAG granted A320 CAMO Approval

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh: UK visa policy the biggest impediment to UK airlines serving China

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh: Qatar Airways partnership ‘very clear’ and ‘purely commercially driven’

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IAG boss Willie Walsh reaffirms British Airways’ commitment to Australia 

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IASC welcomes decision by aviation advisory specialists Stratos to establish Shannon base

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Milestone Becomes Largest S-92 Fleet Owner

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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce says ‘people shouldn’t be worried about consolidation’; is ‘big fan’ of consolidation

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Ryanair May Traffic Grows 6% To 12.5m Customers

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Ryanair partner Laudamotion gets moving across Europe

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Ryanair partner Laudamotion launches Berlin Tegel Airport base

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Tampa International Airport re-states desire for new Dublin route 

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Tweet Picks:

@AusBT Emirates CEO says the era of 2-3-2 business class “is gone” – from here on it’s all the same config as the A380s with direct aisle access on news A380s, Boeing 777-300ER and 777X #IATAAGM #PaxEx.

@e_russell Delta is holding off on adjusting its 2018 capacity growth forecast from up 2-3% due to oil prices, will make a decision by mid-summer.

@e_russell “If you think 5% [capacity growth] every year for four years at United, that’s an airline the size of Spirit,” says Cowen analyst Helane Becker. #airports.

@OpenJawTech @IATA now have 10% membership of ‘new model airlines’ (what they now call LCC airlines) says DG #IATAAGM.

@peterbellew Aviation the most urgent area in this seismic change.

@sgracetaylor Planeconsult’s Conor McCarthy says in the 90s when @Ryanair owed it’s catering company £17k and they refused to provide bar carts, it took £10 off fares & in the next 2 months load factors jumped from 65-75% – “nobody wanted the soggy doughnuts anyway” #FTEEurope #AvGeek #PaxEx.

Video Picks:

Behind the scenes with an Aer Lingus apprentice

Brexit & airline ownership at CAPA May 17 2018 

Dublin Airport Goes Beyond 

Ryanair CMO Kenny Jacobs at Skift Forum Europe 2018

These Are the World’s Best Airlines 


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