Published on July 17th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/07/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Appoints Donal Lowry as Head of Asset Management:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 July:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 July: 

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 16 July: 

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 16 July: 

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 July: 

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

New Asian routes key enablers of Dublin Airport June growth 

Renting WiFi: The next big thing for ancillary revenue to the travel & hospitality sector? 

Aircraft Update:

OY-YBN ATR72-212A(500) c/n 785 Nordic Avition Capital Ferried Billund-Prague 16/07/18 on lease to CSA Czech Airlines.

Global Aviation News:

Airlines feel the pinch of rising fuel prices, passengers will feel it next

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Airbus and Boeing’s productivity improved 2.6% in May; 26% of units went to low-cost operators; Air Italy greets first 737 MAX 8

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Airline passengers are split over using internet in the air

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China Southern in Talks With British Airways on Joint Venture

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Delta to Lift Fares, Trim Flights With Fuel Costs Crimping Profit

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Ethiopian Air Shelves Plane Deals, Maps Out Privatization Plan

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Gogo’s Revamp Means Airlines Must Pay More for Wi-Fi

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Hainan’s International Aviation Network adds New Route Between Sanya and London as its Tourism Market Booms

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Hyperdrive A Bad Case of Jet Lag

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JetBlue Founder Is Said to Hold Final Talks on Airbus A220 Order

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Russian Superjet Suffers Hard Landing as Wheels Fail to Deploy

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Spirit Airlines Surges After Cutting Costs and Cancellations

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Irish Aviation News:

Flying colours for aviation as historic planes take wing

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GECAS Orderbook to Supply Hongtu Airlines with Four A320neo’s

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Goshawk Aviation Limited orders 20 A320neo

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Indian Airline Fleet Set to Double in the Next Decade According to Avolon

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Items discovered believed to belong to the Rescue 116 crew

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One in four flights at Dublin Airport delayed in June

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Ryanair adds Dusseldorf Weeze – Essaouira service in W18

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Ryanair adds Madrid – Ouarzazate service in W18

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Ryanair warns of long term hit by Irish strikes

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#Watch Aviation policy needed to rebalance growth

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Tweet Picks: 

@Airlineroute British Airways has opened reservation on A350-900XWB operating service (IBERIA aircraft) on London Heathrow – Madrid sector as BA522 from 20JUL18 to 03AUG18 and from 23AUG18 to 31AUG18 (Madrid departure under IB3166).

@AirportWatch At £22 per passenger, Heathrow’s landing charge is already the highest in Europe. Willie Walsh, CEO of IAG, owner of British Airways, Heathrow’s biggest airline, has said he believes it is “only a matter of time before we start hearing excuses for massive cost escalation”.

@jonostrower Here at #FIA18, @BoeingCEO says: “Aerospace thrives on global, trade. Free and global trade. We haven’t seen any actions that have had a material effect on our business.”

@jonostrower “797 is a convenient terminology, but we haven’t launched the airplane yet,” said @BoeingCEO on NMA. “We want a 2025 airplane,” says Kevin McAllister, Boeing Commercial CEO. #FIA18.

@Michaelkelly707 Apparently, this morning @HainanAirlines flight from Beijing to @DublinAirport arrived at 0435L and did not get on stand till 0635L. I doubt if a second runway will alleviate these issues #avgeek.

Video Picks:

Interview with Base Manager Florian // Eurowings

Ireland West Airport  – Gateway to the West of Ireland 

Rwanda’s Capital is Attracting Tourists

The Future Is Built Here 

The Profit Hunter. A highly-evolved species


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