Published on July 5th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 05/07/2018

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 Serbia: Equity Partnership With Etihad Airways To Be Continued

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Delta in talks with Boeing to launch NMA: Bastian

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Did Boeing Tip Plans To Introduce 797 At Farnborough On July 16?

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Ethiopian Airlines Receives Africa’s Largest 737 MAX

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FAA directive calls for part changes on 189 PW1100G engines

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Flights in Argentina could soon be much cheaper

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Grodno Airport hopes to lure European low-cost airlines

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IAG and the Airbus A380 – Status: It’s complicated [German]

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JCPenney To Sell Off Corporate Jets

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LEVEL’s Austrian advance; set to become Vienna’s #3 largest carrier

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LEVEL’s first Paris Flight Takes off

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Lufthansa Group: Berlin long haul operations not possible for a variety of reasons

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Routes Podcast: Airport and airline partnerships


The Big Threat To GE Aviation Isn’t Corporate Breakup — It’s A Resurgent Pratt & Whitney

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UK – Italy market on the up-and-up; London Gatwick is largest airport, Ryanair is top airline

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U.S. Airports Spend Record Sums to Renovate Amid Travel Boom

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus grows passenger revenue 11.4% in June

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Amedeo, Centerbridge and Reservoir Agree On Strategic Partnership Involving Intrepid Aviation

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Ibec launches latest sector: Aircraft Leasing Ireland (ALI)

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New representative body established to safeguard the future of aircraft leasing in Ireland

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Nighttime air ambulance service will cost €7 million over two years

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Profits soar in first year of new ownership at Belfast City Airport

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Ross to appoint noise regulator for new runway at Dublin Airport

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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar flies home from Stewart 

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Tweet Picks: 

@Airlineroute Philippine Airlines to start A350-900XWB service to London Heathrow on 28OCT18.

@e_russell United cites “low demand”, and not pilot staffing, in decision to end ORD-CMI, ORD-MOB and ORD-MHT service in September. All three are flown with either CRJ200s or ERJ-145s.

@KianiKress Now @EtihadAirways all but erases all traces of failed CEO Hogan in re-organisation – returns from group to airline plus concept that more or less buries worldwide ambitions.

@tonyfernandes Off to airbus today in toulouse. Lots to discuss. The 330 neo with rolls Royce engines. They 251 tonne can reach london. The 321 we think is a great plane. Maybe order more ?  Business is strong. Bring airbus to malaysia ? More jobs.

@tonyfernandes We have ordered the 330 but to finally confirm it we must make sure price is right. Performance is right . Engine is right. PDP is right. And performance of the 330 251 tonne is right. If right the plane we dreamt of and fought for and then we can order  more. Or else.

Video Picks:

Air Pitch: Why Startups Are Poised to Solve Passenger Experience Problems

CDB Aviation – Chinese Lessor of the Year 2017 – Airfinance Journal China Awards

Oman Air B787-9 First Class Delivery Flight 

Welcoming Ethiopian First B737 Max

World’s largest collection of model aircraft goes on display at Shannon Airport


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