Published on July 3rd, 2018 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/07/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 2 July:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 2 July:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 2 July:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 2 July: 

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 2 July:

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-RUH Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 28228 Magnetic Parts Trading Ferried Lasham-Bournemouth 29/06/18 in Transaero Airlines colours for paint prior delivery to Jet2 as G-DRTE.

ET-AVM Boeing 737 MAX 8 c/n 62446 Ethiopian Airlines Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin-Addis Abba 01-02/07/18.

SX-ODS Airbus A320-232 c/n 2724 orange2fly Delivered Toulouse/Francazal-Lourdes-Athens 29/06/18 ex EI-GGD.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus’ majority stake in C Series partnership with Bombardier and Investissement Québec comes into effect

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ATR looks to US, China for new sales

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Australia and India sign open skies agreement

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Biman Bangladesh Airlines eyes New York flights with incoming B787s

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Cebu Pacific revolutionizes PH air freight market with dedicated cargo aircraft

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Emirates Launches Second Daily Flight on Dubai-Prague Route

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How Cleaner Cruise Ships May Mean Pricier Plane Rides: QuickTake

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How to Get and Use JAL Miles

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Jet Fuel Price Cut By 2.7% On Falling Global Rates

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Kenya Airways plans to buy up to 10 B737 MAX

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Saudi Arabian Airlines SWOT: of tourism, dual brand & airports

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Irish Aviation News:

Airline review: Cathay Pacific premium economy, Hong Kong to Dublin

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Clune – Ireland In Danger Of Becoming One Airport Nation

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DAE takes delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft

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Economist casts doubt on north’s ‘Heathrow dividend’

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Ryanair’s Bellew warns airlines over tech

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Shannon Group – the sum of all parts add up well for region and country

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Siptu hits DAA with new list of staff demands

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Stellwagen Group Appoints New Group CEO and Executive Chairman

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Tweet Picks:

@BrianSumers That didn’t last very long. @United will drop Los Angeles-Singapore in October, one year after starting it. San Francisco gets a second daily flight. @SingaporeAir is expected to fill the Los Angeles void soon with a new flight.

@jonostrower Airports. All airports. Internalize this. Make this part of your community relations. Seeing something and saying something starts with letting people who know what they’re looking at SEE SOMETHING.

@SimonCalder Auf Wiedersehen, Ryanair? On 17 July, a massive fares war kicks off in Vienna. IAG, owner of British Airways, is launching a new short-haul budget airline based in the Austrian capital with just 19 days’ notice The target: Laudamotion, 75% owned by Ryanair.

@Transport_gc The new #laser safety measure prohibits the possession of hand-held lasers over 1 mW without a valid reason in public areas in greater #Montréal, #Toronto, and #Vancouver and within a 10 km radius of any airport and certified heliports in 🇨🇦.

@winglets747 Taxi out from Toulouse last week saw A350s in production for a number of Asian airlines: Air China, Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Sichuan Airlines 

Video Picks:

Amadeus, Fjord, and Virgin Atlantic Airways at Skift Forum Europe 2018

Gráinne Morrison, The Future Factory at Dublin Airport | Inspirefest 2018

Hai Time to Travel, Fly Your Dreams 

How Ryanair Uses Couchbase to Launch New Features Over the App –  Connect Europe 2018 

Transport Minister Shane Ross Dithers On Dublin Airport


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