Published on June 25th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/06/2018

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:

Evelop launches new weekly Palma to Ireland West Airport charter series: 

First United Airlines Boeing 777-300ER visits Dublin Airport: 

Aircraft Update:

OE-LCD Airbus A321-211 c/n 2005 GECAS Ferried Hamburg-Budapest 22/06/18 ex D-ALSC.

OY-YBP ATR42-500(600) c/n 1204 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Billund-Lisbon-Las Palmas 19/06/18 ex XA-UYC.

OY-YBU ATR72-212A(600) c/n 541 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried East Midlands-Mönchengladbach 18/06/18 in all white colours ex XA-JYC.

Global Aviation News:

Bombardier Sees More Regional Jet Orders This Year After Delta

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EasyJet, Norwegian eye more potential service connections

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Eurocontrol Industry Monitor – May 2018 

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IBS Software signs multi-year contract with British Airways

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Iberia to take first A350-900 with wing twist

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LCCs now account for 30% of air services in Germany: DLR

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Norwegian fights for survival as predators circle

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Norwegian Air CEO interested in possible Airbus A321XLR

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Norwegian Air CEO says reaching size where it can be profitable

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Time Is Against UK Regional Airline Flybe as Challenges Mount

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Irish Aviation News:

‘ATC strikes represent the biggest challenge for our industry’: IAG CEO Willie Walsh 

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Datalex Growth remains on track; 2018 guidance reaffirmed – Davy Research

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EasyJet growth in Belfast continues as airline welcomes sixth aircraft and four new routes take off

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EasyJet vs. Ryanair in the UK; low-level route duplication at shared hubs, Spanish sun routes see most competition

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Mum hails BUMBLEair as ‘game-changer’

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Norwegian continues expansion in Ireland with first route to Canada

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Ryanair Hosts Digital Donation Day In Aid Of ISPCC Childline

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Ryanair replaces easyJet on our Conviction List – Davy Research

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Ryanair’s Shannon Alicante service goes year-round

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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement: Norwegian targets Toronto as it expands Irish Atlantic operation, June 24

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Tweet Picks:

@insidetraveller Problem for @flybe is that various turnrounds have been tried for years. If they still cannot make money at peak of cycle what will happen when airline business gets trick.

@LuxuryTravelled I’m getting the gist that Level is an umbrella brand for all the IAG airlines to operate under… IB out of Spain, Openskies from Paris and now Vueling from Vienna.

@McWhirterAlex TAP will take delivery of its first long-range A321 at end 2018. Its first route will be Oporto-New York Newark. 

@simply_aviation Vueling’s Austrian subsidiary will fly under the Level-brand. The Vienna-based airline will receive three ex-Niki A321s, two are already being repainted into Level colours in Bratislava and Norwich. IATA: VK and ICAO: YWB. Airline and planes will be registered in Austria.

@simply_aviation The airline is currently awaiting the final audits from Austrocontrol to receive their AOC. Once that’s done, ticket sales start, expected by the end of June or early July. 

Video Picks:

A4E ATC Strikes Media Event

Dubai to Auckland via Bali | Emirates Airline 

ONE-ON-ONE INTERVIEW fastjet. Africa’s game changer?–NwnGw

Staff Finger Dance to celebrate Hainan Airlines’ 25th Anniversary of starup 

The public perception of airlines in Africa panel 


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