Published on July 10th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/07/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 July:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 July:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 9 July:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 9 July:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 July:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

EI-FYG Boeing 737 MAX 8 Norwegian arrives in Dublin: 

Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300ER painted into FIFA World Cup 2022 livery at Dublin: 

Aircraft Update:

EI-FJI Boeing 737-8JP c/n 37817 Norwegian Air International Ferried Budapest-East Midlands 09/07/18.

Global Aviation News:

ATR sees demand for 3,000 new turboprops valued at over US$ 80 Billion over the next 20 years

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Boeing and Embraer are forming a $4.75 billion commercial jet venture

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EasyJet acquires Atol for summer 2018

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Five ways Europe’s airlines can make Eurobusiness less terrible

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IATA: Global airfreight resumes ‘modest trend upwards’, but remains ‘significantly slower’ than 2017

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London Stansted Owner Sees Quick Fix for Brexit Aviation Threat

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Lufthansa Group: German domestic market continues to grow in absence of airberlin

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‘New era’ Gulf carriers look to join aviation alliances

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Philippines tourism: Siargao booms as Cebu Pacific and PAL expand

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The big commercial airline propeller era is over

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Tourism in India is booming. So why is everyone so worried?

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Vienna Airport: IAG backs LEVEL vs Vueling

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Irish Aviation News:

Avolon Q2 2018 Business Update

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Belfast City Airport becomes the First airport to become JAM Card friendly

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New film tells story of 81-year-old Cavan man who dreams of flying

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Refurbished World Duty Free and WH Smith units have opened their doors in George Best Belfast City Airport

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Ray Hernan named as Chief Executive of ARI

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Ryanair plans Serbia expansion

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Snapshot: Aer Lingus Regional EI3276 Dublin to Birmingham

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute IATA and ICAO code for Wizz Air UK is W9/WUK.

@Airlineroute LOT Polish Airlines during the month of July 2018 is leasing Neos 359-seater Boeing 787 aircraft, mainly operating flights to Newark and New York JFK.

@Airlineroute Turkish Airlines delays 737 MAX 8 service entry to 03AUG18, inaugural route switched to Edinburgh.

@bdgcongress A new @LGAairport #AirTrain will add new capacity to a regional AirTrain system that’s handled nearly 80 million paid passengers in the past 10 years. AirTrain LGA will take millions of cars off the road and streamline travel to the country’s economic core.

@mauppa AirAsia India, only Airline using Bangalore as their main Hub tops the OTP charts from Bangalore.Thanks to all our customers & @BLRAirport #customerhappiness #noweveryonecanfly.

Video Picks:

Airbus Media Briefing 2018 

ATR – the value of frequency


Eoghan Corry on Marian Finucane July 8 2018

IATA Business of Freedom – Trade Wars 

Introducing Etihad Medical Services | Etihad Airways 


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