Published on July 20th, 2018 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 20/07/2018
Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 July: http://bit.ly/2mo1wOg
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 July: http://bit.ly/2LnOb3g
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 16 July: http://bit.ly/2NV1NV7
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 16 July: http://bit.ly/2uygQML
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 July: http://bit.ly/2NYKeUq
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
New Asian routes key enablers of Dublin Airport June growth: http://bit.ly/2JmJtAN
Renting WiFi: The next big thing for ancillary revenue to the travel & hospitality sector?: http://bit.ly/2Llo7Wr
VP-BDQ Boeing 777-212 c/n 28529 Standard Chartered Avn Finance Ferried Victorville-Lagos 18/07/18 ex EI-FLD.
Global Aviation News:
A330-900neo: Lion Group leapfrogs AirAsia X as first Asian operator
Airbus: Widebody market is ‘starting to accelerate again, particularly in Asia’
American Airlines confirms retirement of turboprop fleet, now an ‘all jet airline’
David Neeleman: Conditions are improving for a new generation of US airline to emerge
EasyJet Lifts Profit by Making It Simpler for Fliers to Upgrade
Etihad Airways in ‘advanced stages’ to sell half its cargo fleet
LCC capacity in Europe set for half a billion seats in 2018; nine nations already at 50% market share; European share forecast for 50% in 2027
LEVEL Austria could grow to 30 aircraft by 2023: report
Lion Group to be first A330neo operator in Asia as AirAsia X delays deliveries
New scenarios for a fast-moving airline distribution landscape
Takeover could cut Norwegian’s routes
US aviation: Moxy and JetBlue, coincidentally ordering the Airbus 220
Up, up and not away: how Brexit could cause air chaos
Irish Aviation News:
Air Nostrum-CityJet merger plan shows European airlines are buckling up for a bumpier ride
AW109 GrandNew light twin enters Irish VIP market
CarTrawler: Ancillary revenue has become a ‘mandatory component for the revenue mix of all airlines’
Dublin Airport Welcomes Lufthansa Frankfurt Expansion
Flybe marks 15 years of Belfast-Southampton air link
Ireland’s main airports an economic profile (2017)
Rolls-Royce Lessorcare Selected By Apollo Aviation Group
SMBC Delivers First Airbus A350 XWB to Philippine Airlines
UK flights cannot enter Irish airspace with hard border, Irish leader warns
10 Enterprise Ireland client companies participating on 2-day Aviation and Aerospace trade mission to Farnborough International Air Show
Read more: https://www.enterprise-ireland.com/en/News/PressReleases/2018-Press-Releases/10-Enterprise-Ireland-client-companies-participating-on-2-day-Aviation-and-Aerospace-trade-mission-to-Farnborough-International-Air-Show.html
@dominicgates .@Boeing, pursuing its 797 concept, woos a key @Airbus customer, even as the industry debates whether the 797 business case can close. #FIA2018.
@e_russell “It’s always true everything’s on the table. One caveat to think about is complexity. We’re getting much better at understanding the cost of complexity of operating multiple fleet types,” says $UAL acting CFO Laderman on the perennial small mainline narrowbody question.
@e_russell “The industry is clearly working. United is clearly working, but the message isn’t getting through to the market,” asks JP Morgan analyst Jamie Baker. #truth.
@e_russell “This capacity reduction is the result of higher fuel prices… Our scheduling team simply turned back some flights at the margin,” says $UAL president Kirby.
@jonostrower Airbus leadership says it plans on an A321XLR launch decision in 2019, confirming @theaircurrent reporting. #FIA18.
ADS Group’s CEO on Brexit, Aviation Opportunities
Delta Air Lines & Coca-Cola | The Middle Seat Lounge
New airline, Moxy, intends to be high-end economy carrier
Swiss to add more aircraft in Geneva, potentially for long-haul
United Airlines CEO: It’s nice to have ‘wins’ quarter after quarter