Published on June 20th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/06/2018

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:

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

VP-CIB Embraer 190LR c/n 19000227 GECAS Registered at Norwich 15/06/18 in all white colours ex TC-YAL.

Global Aviation News:

Air France offers defiant staff rooms for rest breaks in bid to end labor conflict

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Air Philip would like to see ‘level playing ground’ for LCCs in South Korea

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BA to pull some fares from GDSs

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Eastar Jet to receive 737 MAX 8 by end of 2018

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Flybe to re-establish Ronaldsway base

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JetBlue founder raising funds for new U.S. airline

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LCCs need to focus on development demand in secondary cities: JEJU air

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More expansion at OSL Gardermoen

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Norwegian reaches ‘peak’ in route growth

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Start-up carrier FlyLolo prepares for Southampton-Skiathos services

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Southwest Chases Elite-Level Flyers by Poaching Them From Rivals

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Troublesome advanced engines for Boeing, Airbus jets have disrupted airlines and shaken travelers

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Turkish Airlines in talks with Boeing on 777X jet order for ultra-long haul plans 


Irish Aviation News:

Calls To Reduce Long Term Parking At Dublin Airport

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CHC Ireland crew featured on BBC’s Close Calls: On Camera

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Cork Airport’s new VIP lounge is a ‘model for the rest’

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Cork to get Ireland’s first ‘flying doctor’

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Hainan Airlines’ service to Dublin switches to 787-9 

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ICD arm paid $2.2bln for AWAS leasing business, accounts show

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Ireland West Airport to welcome Pope Francis to the airport as part of historic visit to Knock Shrine

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Kerry Airport feels Brexit squeeze

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NAC has committed to lease four new Embraer E190’s to LOT Polish Airlines

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Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement 17 June 

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Tweet Picks:

@ghimlay .@Emirates says no plans to pursue ties with US big 3, plans to continue building codeshare relationships with @JetBlue and @AlaskaAir.

@ghimlay .@JetBlue returns to pre-Maria levels in Puerto Rico. @FlightGlobal schedules data confirm that airline will operate similar level of flights this month from June 2017.

@JohnLStrickland For an airport that for some years in 2000’s couldn’t muster even 4,000, YES 4,000 passenger a year @SouthendAirport is really motoring, already an @easyJet base & now @Ryanair to base 3 #aircraft from 2019  Good surface links widen catchment @bernardlavelle.

@KianiKress If you don’t run into challenges you were not innovative enough” says Klaus Röwe head of @Airbus #A320 Family.

@winglets747 Airbus staying mum on which airline will be the third operator of the A350-1000. It won’t be in 2018, however. @A350_Production seems to indicate 3rd operator will be Virgin Atlantic.

Video Picks:

Air Italy celebra il primo volo fra Miami e Milano 

Ryanair Opens New Base At London Southend Airport 

The new Icelandair Sovereignty Plane

Thomas Cook Group CEO at Skift Forum Europe 2018

787-9 Dreamliner inspiration with WestJet CEO, Ed Sims


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