Published on June 11th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/06/2018

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:

Cityjet Wet-Leases Jota Aviation RJ85: 

Stobart Air Completes Bulgaria Air Embraer 190 Wet-Lease: 

Aircraft Update:

LZ-VAR Embraer 190AR c/n 19000496 Bulgaria Air Ferried London Southend-Sofia 08/06/18 after wet-lease to Stobart Air. 

Global Aviation News:

Emirates sees oil, dollar ‘double whammy’, but demand strong

Read more:

London Stansted Targets 30 Long-Haul Routes

Read more:

Long-Haul Discounters Invade The Big Airlines’ Trans-Atlantic Sandbox To Consumers’ Benefit

Read more:

Low-Cost Airline Brand LEVEL Announces Plans to Shift Nonstop Barcelona Flights from Oakland to SFO This Fall

Read more:

Lufthansa warns on airport capacity crunch

Read more:

Norwegian Air Already Cutting Back On Flights Between Denver And Paris

Read more:

Norwegian Increases Florida Foothold; Adds Three New European Routes

Read more: 

Swiss International Bombardier CS Series 2 years of operations

Read more:

The Days of the Airline Strike May Be Over

Read more:

UK Seeks Far-Reaching Open Skies with EU Post-Brexit

Read more:

United will now charge passengers to check a bag on some flights to Europe

Read more:

Irish Aviation News:

AerCap and Boeing Celebrate the Milestone Delivery of the 100th Aircraft to Ethiopian Airlines

Read more:

Boost for Belfast plant as Bombardier and Airbus copper-fasten C Series deal

Read more:

Business and tourism in Munster suffering as Aer Lingus cuts vital routes

Read more:

Elix Aviation Capital Delivers Bombardier Q400 MSN 4110 to Jambojet

Read more:

Fewer from Northern Ireland used Dublin Airport in 2017, says report

Read more:

Italy fines Ryanair for mass flight cancellations

Read more:

NAC delivered one Embraer E195, MSN 19000239, to LOT Polish Airlines on lease

Read more:

New daa CEO Advocates More “Humble Capital Expenditure” at Airports

Read more:

Ryanair, ANPAC & ANPAV Sign First Recognition Agreement For Italian Based Cabin Crew

Read more:

Swissport Opens Aspire Business Lounge at Cork Airport

Read more:

TheTaste’s Sarah Glascott Wins Best Breakout Irish Travel Writer at The Travel Media Awards 2018

Read more:

“Think disruptively”: DAA CEO underlines cost-cutting focus and highlights retail and F&B opportunity

Read more:

Ulster Aviation Society awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

Read more: 

Willie Walsh to be keynote speaker at GTMC overseas conference

Read more:

Tweet Picks:

@e_russell Wonder what is prompting the move? Consolidate BA Bay Area ops at #SFO (and #SJC)?

@JournoDannyAero Willie Walsh adds that BA almost considered exiting 🇦🇺 after QF split. Now, in happier times, would love to expand to MEL too – but again, nothing non-stop.

@peterbellew Airbus in Toulouse today with David O’Brien and Neil Sorahan.  Super presentation on A320neo and A321neo. A330neo interesting takeoff as we landed.  But David wants an A380 for the summer!! @Airbus @Ryanair.

@Springboard_PR “It is really important for us to serve Irish produce” Lots of luxury local food and beverage produce available in the new Aspire Lounge @CorkAirport.

@WandrMe Only about 3% of bags clearing the US CBP in DUB are sent to secondary. As much about travel patterns as what the photos show. Can take 30-45 minutes for bags to be pulled for that extra inspection. #paxex #fteEurope.

@WandrMe US @CBP in @DublinAirport processes 27 flights a day, around 5000-6000 pax. APC kiosks speed up processing and the new facial recognition version will further speed that processing. #fteEurope #paxex.

Video Picks:

Airlines Say Plane Tickets are About to Get More Expensive

Flybe CEO Christine Ourmieres at IATA 2018

IATA’s Chief Economist Brian Pearce comments on the Economic Outlook for Air Transport – IATA AGM 

Kevin Dillon, Bradley International Airport talking about the Aer Lingus direct service from Dublin 

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce interviewed at IATA Summit 2018


About the Author

Comments are closed.

Back to Top ↑