Published on June 18th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/06/2018

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 G-SMLA Bae 146-200 from Jota Aviation: 

Ryanair adds eight brand new Boeing 737-800 aircraft in May: 

Aircraft Update:

D-ABZN Airbus A320-216 c/n 3080 Eurowings Ferried Hamburg-Dusseldorf 15/06/18 after storage ex EI-DSF.

EI-GFO Airbus A319-111 c/n 2446 I-Fly Delivered Naples-Moscow Vnukovo 15/06/18 ex VP-BDZ.

SX-EMY Airbus A320-214 c/n 1615 Ellinair Delivered Montpellier-Thessaloniki 15/06/18 ex EI-GFW. 

Global Aviation News:

Air cargo booms: 747 freighters needed, but conversions unlikely

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Air Transat prepping for A321LRs by rapidly expanding in Europe

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Boeing: China has around 60 787s, transported accumulated 22m pax

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Boeing NMA ‘hard to define,’ Emirates’ Clark says

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Bombardier: ‘No real replacement on the horizon’ for Q400

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Cebu Pacific commercial planning VP: Be aware of the risks associated with low cost long haul

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Cebu Pacific: 10% of Philippine nationals live overseas

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Iceland bets on viking thunder-clap to reignite tourism boom

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Norwegian reaches ‘peak’ in route growth

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U.S. Airline Investors May Not Catch a Break This Summer

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What to know about WestJet’s no-frills carrier, Swoop, before its launch

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus orders A330 Cabin Service Trainer from Spatial

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EI-NEW Boeing 787-9 Neos First Flight

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GECAS: Second lease aircraft represent major opportunity for airlines

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh still wants Norwegian

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh says would not participate in bidding war for Norwegian

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Kerry Airport plans overhaul of arrivals and departures area

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Mid and East Antrim calls for ‘proper support’ from Treasury on tourism and economy

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Milestone announces new executive appointments

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Ryanair launches two more Manchester routes

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Ryanair will launch first route from Cluj-Napoca next year

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Stobart gets set to face Aer Lingus challengers

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute LOT Polish Airlines tentatively schedules last 737-400 service on 03OCT18.

@Airlineroute For Northern winter 2018/19 season, TAP Air Portugal’s A340-300 schedule is now listed until 15FEB19 inclusive.

@winglets747 Good. US DOT showing teeth, requesting 27 multi-part items of further evidence needed to evaluate the proposed American Airlines-Qantas JV. As it stands, proposed JV appears unnecessary in the market, anti-consumer, and application mostly recycles previously rejected arguments.

@winglets747 JAL’s outgoing chairman: If JAL ordered the 797, minimum fleet size would be 20. But single aisle may be inefficient for turnarounds. Hence 757 was not popular in Japan.

@winglets747 While Alan Joyce is CEO of Qantas, local competitor Virgin Blue/Australia will have had three CEOs: Brett Godfrey, John Borghetti and whoever is next. Borghetti won’t renew his contract post 1 Jan 2020. Joyce wants to be with Qantas at least through Qantas’ 100th in Nov 2020.

Video Picks:

Airlines’ ‘Great Summer’ to Boost Earnings, Says Cowen Analyst

Dupsy Abiola explains IAG’s Hangar 51 start-up accelerator 

Ethiopian Airline first flight to Chicago USA 

Northern Ireland Airports Emergency Planning Conference 2018

Stobart Group signs significant new partnership deal with Ryanair


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