Published on July 2nd, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 02/07/2018

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:

EI-FWG Superjet 100-95B Cityjet Delivered on lease to Brussels Airlines 

The first of 30 Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft fuel stops in Dublin Airport: 

Aircraft Update:

EI-CMD Boeing 767-324 c/n 27392 Blue Panorama Airlines Ferried Milan Malpensa-Lourdes 29/06/18.

EI-FWG  Sukhoi RRJ95 c/n Cityjet Delivered Venice-Brussels 29/06/18.

EI-FYH Boeing 737 MAX 8 c/n 64992 Norwegian Air International Delivered Shannon-London Gatwick-Helsinki 29/06/18.

EI-NEW Boeing 787-9 c/n 38791 Neos Delivered Paine Field-Milan Malpensa 28/06/18.

Global Aviation News:

Airports must do more to increase operating capacity – De Juniac 

Brexit May Reduce European Aerospace’s Economic Output By $3 Billion Annually

British Airways names plane in memory of inspirational employee and museum curator Paul Jarvis

China’s Hainan Airlines to sell remaining Azul stake

Embraer Warns Airlines of Profitability Time Bomb

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Finnair offers 241 StopOver city break flights

Flybe SWOT: Europe’s leading independent regional airline stalls again

Full speed ahead: M. Ilker Ayci, Turkish Airlines

New European budget airline brand launches with just 19 days’ notice 

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Welcoming the world: Yuji Hirako, All Nippon Airways

Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus owner launches Austrian subsidiary

Bombardier poised to announce more orders for C-Series good news for Belfast

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Commission for Aviation Regulation Extension to Consultation Deadline – Issues Paper CP7/2018

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Gráinne Morrison: Who is the future human of Dublin Airport?

JPA Brenson Lawlor sets sights on €500 million Irish aviation market

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Ryanair’s Chief Marketing Officer on the Power of Selling Direct

Ryanair expands Edinburgh network in W18

Ryanair, IAG Denounce 300% Increase On European ATC Strikes

Ryanair Launches New London Stansted Route To Dole

TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement: Norwegian’s seat gets slimmer & Amadeus tells agents how to compete with tech giants who muscle in on travel

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Waterford Airport given lifeline by Varadkar

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Tweet Picks: 

@DuncanBureau Happy 5th Birthday @AirCanadaRouge what an incredible journey it has been already. From 4 airplanes & 14 destinations to over 50 Aircraft & 70 Destinations. We are bringing more of #Canada to the world – World class team & network – we are looking forward to seeing you onboard.

@e_russell Hainan will make $306m after fees on the sale of its remaining shares in Azul. That means its taking a $6m loss on the $450m it invested in 2016.

@EoghanOMW If you are pro-competitiveness and pro-jobs and pro-regional development then the tourism Vat rate needs to be maintained. Income to State from this Vat bracket has nearly doubled in last 5 years.

@ghimlay .@SouthwestAir has reached a tentative agreement with its mechanics union, which will allow airline to outsource ETOPS work outside the 48 contiguous US states when the carrier launches Hawaii service.

@kevin_cullinane In a time of major uncertainty in our biggest single source of Tourism in the UK, now is not the time to tinker with VAT in a hospitality sector than needs stability with #Brexit hard or soft coming down the tracks.

Video Picks:

Grant Thornton Runway Run 2018 Highlights

How tariffs could impact autos and airlines in the second half

NBAA’s Ed Bolen and the Issues Facing Business Aviation – AINtv 

Pilatus PC-24 Jet Makes First Landing on Unpaved Runway – AINtv

What It’s Like To Fly Discount Carrier WOW To Iceland | CNBC 


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