Published on June 19th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/06/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation CIO Amit Tyagi speaking at Ishka Aviation Finance Festival Dublin:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 18 June:

India Aviation industry newsletter 18 June:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 18 June:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 18 June:  

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 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: 

EI-GEU Boeing 777-31H(ER) c/n 32710 Rossiya Airlines Delivered Dubai-Pulkovo Airport 15/06/18 ex A6-EBP.

N765AS Boeing 737-4Q8(F) c/n 25097 ASL Airlines Ireland Delivered Smith Reynolds Airport-Portsmouth-Keflavík-Liège Airport 15/16-06/18 to become EI-.

9H-NEO Airbus A320-271N c/n 7875 Air Malta Delivered Shannon-Malta 15/06/18 after painting.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Is Studying a Longer Range A321 in Battle With Boeing

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American to Pay $45 Million to End Airfare Collusion Suit

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Boeing 737 Pitted Against Chinese Spacecraft as Trade War Grows

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Dusseldorf after airberlin: new Ryanair base, Eurowings growth

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EasyJet readies to take first A321neo at Farnborough

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Garuda Indonesia: outlook improves following fleet deferrals

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Italy-USA aviation market: Milan the rising star

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Norwegian Air Shuttle Takes to the Skies Again

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T’way Air may revise widebody aircraft strategy if oil prices drastically increase

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Uriel Aviation Holdings VC: ‘The LCC business model is meant to be a selfish one’

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US ULCCs: Spirit Airlines-Frontier merger still distant

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus should not ‘make light’ of axed Dutch flights

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Boeing 737-8 MAX Air Italy Flown to Portland, Or for painting

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Boeing 737-8 MAX Norwegian Air First Flight

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CityJet, Hibernian Airlines set to compete for Irish PSOs

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Commission for Aviation Regulation Decision on Supplementary Capital Investment at Dublin Airport

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Cork looks to medium long haul as its business offering grows

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Datalex reaffirms expected double digit growth for 2018

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Flybe commences Belfast City service from Doncaster Sheffield

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Growth may ‘grind to a halt’, says Aer Lingus

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Impressive €27m Air Traffic Control tower taking shape

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The Wings Club Foundation Announces Willie Walsh As Its 2018 Distinguished Achievement Award Recipient

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We are looking at a potential commercial agreement of code sharing between Air Italy and Vueling in Italy – IAG CEO Willie Walsh  [Italian]

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute Air China’s A350-900XWB set to enter service on 01SEP18, 2 daily Beijing – Chengdu flights.

@Airlineroute Hainan Airlines’ service to Edinburgh and Dublin to switch to 787-9 Dreamliner from 01JUL18 to 19JUL18, 787-8 from 20JUL18 to 27OCT18.

@e_russell United and its US peers face a dilemma over what to replace their aging Boeing 757 and 767 fleets with – and when.

@Oliver__Clark High operating overheads and monopolistic third party service provision makes it difficult for airlines to offer fares that can stimulate Africa’s inter regional markets says Africa World Airlines head of commercial Richard Kyereh #AviaDev.

@Oliver__Clark Many of Africa’s state owned national airlines are kept in a “protective cocoon” by their governments which “never works” says Nile Air CEO Ahmed Aly at #AviaDev.

Video Picks:

American Airlines To Pay $45 Million To Settle Fare Price Lawsuit 

Elon Musk’s Boring Co. Wins Chicago Airport High-Speed Train Bid

Ethiopian Airlines takes delivery of its 100th aircraft 

Rebranding Lufthansa 

With labour dispute resolved, Westjet CEO says loyalty program the first of a few launches


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