Published on July 4th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/07/2018

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 

Global Aviation News:

Air France-KLM Feels the Heat in Paris

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Blink Stops Flying, Relinquishes UK AOC

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Changes to Air Transat’s fleet – Carrier signs agreement to lease seven new Airbus A321neos

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Dutch Government confirms aspirations for new aviation tax by 2021

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Emirates and flydubai edge closer together

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European airlines in for ‘bumpy ride’, EBITDAR for region to fall for third year in a row in 2018

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Goodbye OpenSkies: Integration With LEVEL Is Complete

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Gulf Air To Stay True to Itself While Challenging Big Three

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Keflavik Airport At Capacity, Expansion Plans Ahead

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KLM registers 90 per cent load on flights from India: CEO Pieter Elbers 


Lufthansa Group CDO: ‘We have to rethink the whole way we plan and operate our business’

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NASA Tech Cuts Airframe Noise by 70% on GIII Testbed

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Vienna calling for LEVEL as IAG plots Austrian assault

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Virgin Atlantic waves goodbye to Dubai… but will it mean hello to Detroit, Orlando or even Minneapolis St Paul?

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Irish Aviation News:

Airbus majority stake in Belfast built C Series is ‘game changing’

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Delta Celebrates 30 Years At Dublin Airport

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Family of British WWII pilot who crashed his Spitfire in Ireland visit the crash site

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Irish Air Corps to make its Foynes Air Show Debut during one of the most Historic Years in Irish Defence Force History

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National College of Ireland in conversation with Avolon CEO Dómhnal Slattery     

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Ryanair expands its offerings from Bratislava and Bremen

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Ryanair June Traffic Grows 7% To 12.6m Customers

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Tributes paid to Irish Coast Guard heroes on 19th anniversary of Rescue 111 crash

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31,000 travelled on the Cork to Boston service in its first year

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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.

@Jamie_Freed Qantas to fly Boeing 747 Sydney-Perth, Airbus A330 Perth-Singapore due to shortage of pilots on 737s because of training.

@jetsetbart “A long-expected plan that would see #Ryanair feed passengers from around Europe into #AerLingus transatlantic services at Dublin should be operational before the end of the year, Bellew added.”

@JohnLStrickland Willie Walsh pays deserved compliment to @KLM CEO Pieter Elbers & surprised he has not been named as new leader of @AirFranceKLM   That would certainly be a major step forward for the #airline.

@travelgbi Kate Sherry, @Ryanair, director of route development, talks about importance of trimming costs (she uses pens and paper from hotels!) but UK airports hampered by #APD – £13 added to each fare.

Video Picks:

British Airways High Life Entertainment – July 2018

Heathrow Airport – Out Of Office

IAG Cargo | Boeing Teaser

IAG Cargo | Boeing Full Interview 

United — Polaris IAH Lounge


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