Published on June 14th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/06/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 11 June:

India Aviation industry newsletter 11 June

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 11 June

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 11 June:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 June

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Cityjet Wet-Leases Jota Aviation RJ85 

Stobart Air Completes Bulgaria Air Embraer 190 Wet-Lease 

Aircraft Update:

EI-FBU Airbus A330-322 c/n 120 I-Fly Ferried Tel Aviv-Moscow Vnukovo 13/06/18 ex EI-FSP.

OE-IFL Airbus A330-243 c/n 452 Hong Kong Airlines Delivered Dublin-Hong Kong 13/06/18 to become B-LHB.

9H-TJA Boeing 737-8F2 c/n 34409 Corendon Air Delivered Shannon-Antalya 13/06/18 ex EI-GGF.

Global Aviation News:

Airlines Expect Fare Increases Because of Rising Fuel Costs, Over-Capacity

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Air Ambulances Are Flying More Patients Than Ever, and Leaving Massive Bills Behind

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Air Italy Announces New Flights From Milan To Delhi

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Boeing to deliver 787-9s to Qatar Airways from 2019 and 777-9 from 2020

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EasyJet: The Low-Cost Airline Then, And Now Is Ready To Fly

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EU Plans To Ban Plastic Cutlery and Plates on Airliners

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LATAM studies a low cost operation to meet market conditions

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Lufthansa Group CEO: Airline business models are converging

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Norwegian continues to evaluate merger and acquisition proposals

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Spirit Airlines matures: new strategy with WiFi, image change

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Turkish Air rallies after agreeing to an e-commerce cargo joint venture

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Unionized WestJet pilots will also fly Swoop planes: Arbitrator

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Regional to increase capacity for winter 2018

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Dublin Airport wants a new operator for one of its most lucrative stores

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EU Commission to decide on Ryanair controlling stake in Laudamotion by 12-Jul-2018

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Heathrow runway cost ‘outrageous’ says IAG’s Willie Walsh

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‘I’d love to have a Graham Norton-style chair for job interviews’ Click&Go’s Paul Hackett 

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“It’s madness!”: IAG CEO Willie Walsh shifts focus to Alitalia

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Jetex To Open New FBO in Ireland

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NAC delivered two Embraer E190s, MSNs 19000264 and 19000481, to LLC “IKAR” on lease

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Why DAA’s new boss has been collecting toilet-cleaning tips from Hong Kong airport

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Willie Walsh’s top 3 challenges for the travel industry in the next decade

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Tweet Picks: 

@BoeingAirplanes #OTD in 1994, the world watched as our #Boeing 777 took to the skies for the first time. The 777 is going strong today and is still loved by airlines and passengers alike. We look forward to seeing the #777X take off from the same runway in Everett, WA in 2019. #avgeek.

@CorkAirport is thrilled to congratulate our very own @kevin_cullinane on winning the Unsung Hero Award for Airports under 3 million @AirportsExpo @olympia_london this evening. #BIAEXPO2018.

@juliejohnsson Rolls-Royce faces a turbine blade shortage as it prepares to repair or retrofit nearly 550 engines for the @Boeing 787 Dreamliner. 

@SteveDunne 51% of all travel search and booking undertaken on mobile according to David Trunkfield @PwC_UK   #GTMCConf18.

@SteveDunne The top three challenges for travel in next ten years: Technology, air traffic control infrastructure in Europe and changing consumer behaviour & demands says Willie Walsh #GTMCConf18.

Video Picks:

DEN and United Airlines Celebrate 5 Years of Nonstop Service to Tokyo

Emily Pilots an Aer Lingus Airbus A320 (EI-DEO) for flight EI482 Dublin to Lisbon

First anniversary of Dublin – Qatar Airways 

Turkish Airlines named Turkey’s most valuable brand | Money Talks

Year of Zayed Humanitarian Freighter – Boeing 777F Livery Timelapse | Etihad Airways


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