Published on June 22nd, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 22/06/2018

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:

C-FYXF Airbus A321-211 c/n 5038 Air Canada Delivered Dublin-Montréal–Mirabel 19/06/18 ex OE-LCI.

N260NV Airbus A320-214 c/n 4104 Allegiant Air Delivered Shannon-Bangor-El Salvador International 18-19/06/18 ex HZ-AS13.

9H-AGU Airbus A330-322 c/n 96 HiFly Malta Position Madrid-Manchester 17/06/18 on wet-lease to Thomas Cook Airlines ex EI-FSP.

Global Aviation News:

A First Look At The Boeing 787-10’s Potential

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Alaska Airlines’ novel approach to SFO flight delays

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At $9.7 Million a Pop, Private Jets Are Luring Buyers Again

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Boeing And Airbus Book $7 Billion Of Orders In May

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Boeing 737-800 Not Expected To Peak Until 2021

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China Eastern calls for bids to supply 150 single-aisle jetliners

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Korea-Taiwan: LCCs drive growth, new city pairs. FSCs pull back

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Lufthansa CEO: Airlines are facing a crisis of growth

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Norwegian CEO Kjos Won’t Block Sale of His Airline

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Norwegian could be a costly flirt for Lufthansa

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Pratt & Whitney Is Close to Fix for Part That Delayed Airbus Jets

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Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbofan™ Engine Reduces Fuel Burn by 40 Million Gallons

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Strong Demand, Supply-chain Issues Pull Aircraft From Storage


Sukhoi SuperJet: from Russia, with hope

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The CEO of Europe’s largest airline reveals how his company is thriving in the world’s toughest airline market

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These tech solutions could cut air travel time by one hour

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U.S MRO Unit Costs Up In 2017, Especially For Network Carriers

Irish Aviation News:

Cleared for take-off: International start-ups ready to soar in Aviation and Traveltech Sectors

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For Ireland North American growth (13.3% pa) has mainly been driven by Aer Lingus and its strategy of connecting points in the UK and other European countries to US destinations

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GECAS Delivers First 737 MAX8 to Jet Airways

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HSE to seek planning for helipad at CUH

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IAG and Ryanair launch legal action against French government for air traffic control strikes

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Irish Airline CEO’s Michael O’Leary and Willie Walsh give their views on Norwegian [Norwegian]

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Irish Whiskey Brand Tullamore D.E.W. Lands Partnership With Aer Lingus

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Newstalk documentary on Ireland’s worst air disaster wins US award

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Ryanair and easyJet account for 50% of all LCC operations in Europe

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Ryanair still Europe’s favourite airline

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Tweet Picks:

@ACI_EUROPE Spohr @lufthansa: We need to rethink the airport-airline relationship along 3 lines: the traditional commercial partnership, day to day operational issues and slot regulation #aciBrussels #WAGA2018.

@IATA Aviation industry is bridging more physical gaps than ever. Record number of city-pair connections at a record low cost, – says IATA’s Chief Economist Brian Pearce at #IATAADS.

@kevinfliess ⁦@lufthansa⁩ has opened up its APIs to drive ecosystem innovation. 230MM API calls and growing. #IATAADS. 

@OpenJawTech Planning is used to fill excess capacity and matches inflexible assets with flexible customer demand. Planning is dead says Christian Langer of @lufthansa #iataads.

@vl_bryan Replying to @JohnLStrickland Lufthansa had also previously looked at SAS, but decided two years ago not to invest.

Video Picks:

European Travel Commission Head of Research and Development at Skift Talk

KLM updated service for our Economy Class passengers 

Pádraig Ó Céidigh  – A second Dublin airport – Seanad  Éireann 

Ryanair CMO at Skift Take Studio

Shannon Airport Runway Night Run 2018


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