Published on June 28th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/06/2018

  1. Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
China Aviation News Newsletter 25 June
India Aviation industry newsletter 25 June
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 25 June
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 25 June
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 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:
G-MADA Boeing 737-548 c/n 24919 Opel Investments Ferried Baneasa-Belgrade-Lasham 27/06/18 ex UR-GBF/EI-BXG/EI-CDB.
OE-LCN Airbus A321-211 c/n 6454 Anisec Luftfahrt Delivered Bratislava-Vienna 26/06/18 after paint into Level colours.
OE-LCR Airbus A321-211 c/n 6719 Anisec Luftfahrt Delivered Norwich-Vienna 26/06/18 after paint into Level colours.
Global Aviation News:
Air Belgium’s Charleroi selection has shown there is clearly life for long haul from European secondary-level city airports; Stansted is seeing similar success
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Air Canada sees end date in sight for onboard newspapers
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AirAsia Group CEO calls for consumers to speak out against ‘unjustifiable’ airport fees
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Air Travel is Changing with the Rise of Tech
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Cathay Pacific’s new, long-range, fuel-efficient Airbus A350-1000 flies in to Hong Kong
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Commission to EU27: Prepare airports for a ‘no-deal’ Brexit
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Fuel & geopolitics force US airlines to revisit capacity projections
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Heathrow’s $18.5 Billion License to Print Money
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Iberia receives IAG’s first A350
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More US capacity cuts needed after Southwest cuts growth, analysts say
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New Zealand to launch £18 ‘tourist tax’ for visitors entering the country
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Rise of low-cost carriers boosting Canada’s biggest secondary airports
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Washington Dulles prospects improve as costs fall
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Irish Aviation News:
Cork Airport key to EU tourist growth
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Dáil Éireann debate –  Tuesday, 26 June 2018 Dublin Airport new runway
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IAG boss Willie Walsh slams £14bn plan to expand Heathrow
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New easyJet flights from Belfast to Venice, Naples, Valencia and Isle of Man create 45 jobs
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Norwegian adds Dublin – Hamilton service in S19
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Ryanair axes Aberdeen to Malaga flights
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Ryanair brings its low fares to Turkey
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Ryanair launches one more flight from Ukraine to Poland – infrastructure minister
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3 years on: How IAG’s purchase of Aer Lingus has played out for Irish tourism
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Tweet Picks:
@Airlineroute OpenSkies is now using IATA code “LV”, appeared in the OAG since late-May 2018.
@e_russell Reducing costs per enplanement – the amount it costs an airline to board one passenger on a flight – is a big deal to expanding United’s @Dulles_Airport hub, attracting more airlines.
@e_russell United is bringing back some of the capacity it cut in Guam, two of its three GUM-NRT flights will shift to a 777 from a 737 in October.
@ghimlay Only 3% of CEOs at top 100 airlines are women, according to @FlightGlobal Airline Business survey cited here. That number has fallen since, with EasyJet’s McCall replaced by a man.
@ianbirrell If Airbus leaves the UK would lose tax revenues of £1.7bn, excluding social costs of subsequent redundancies. This firm’s revenues cover 21% of net UK cost of EU membership – & that’s just one company (via @Sywert). Underscores again the self-destructive stupidity of Brexit.
@JohnLStrickland Not yet clear whether @BoeingAirplanes MOM middle of market #aircraft will be the 757 like for like replacement or maybe more likely a bit bigger & twin aisle…that would be a different space to @airbus #A321NEO #airlines
Video Picks:
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