Published on July 24th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/07/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Announces the Launch of SPARTA.AERO, a Paradigm Shift in Aviation Asset Management:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 July:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 July:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 23 July:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 23 July:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 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:

EI-GEW Airbus A330-203 c/n 472 I-Fly Air Test at Mexico City 20/05/18 in all white colours Tempus Tour decals prior delivery ex PT-MVG.

EI-GGK Boeing 737 MAX 8 c/n  64606 Air Italy Delivered Farnbourgh-Milan Malpensa 19/05/18.

N797AS Boeing 737-490(F) c/n 28892 ASL Airlines Ferried Dothan-Smith Reynolds 20/07/18 after freighter conversion for paint prior delivery.

Global Aviation News:

Aimia unveils plan for Aeroplan after Air Canada partnership ends

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Airlines Gain as `Curmudgeonly’ JPMorgan Warms to United Outlook

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AirAsia A330 Order Helps Airbus Survive Death Match With Boeing

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Air Tanzania gets 787-8 – but where will it fly it? Mumbai, London and Guangzhou best options

Alitalia’s biggest base Rome Fiumicino analysed; capacity set to grow 6.3%; Brazil market growing fast

Atlantic Airways wants to launch direct flights from the Faroe Islands to New York City

EasyJet confirms 1,000th route, however airline is closing 32 airport pairs this winter; 28 destinations see capacity cuts

JetBlue Airways grows Orlando passenger numbers 69% from 2008 to 2017; 31-destination network; weekly departures down 4.4% in S18

LOT eyes airline consolidation after Croatia interest

Norwegian Air Shuttle applies for Swedish AOC

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SilkWay West Airlines Pursues A Strategic Cooperation With JAL Cargo

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US among Air Serbia’s busiest markets

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Volaris delays A320neo deliveries

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Irish Aviation News:

Celebrating the 80th anniversary of Douglas “Wrong Way” Corrigan’s landing in Ireland

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D-ABUC (EI-SIG) Airbus A320-251N SAS Ireland First Flight

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Dixons Travel opens first Belfast International Airport store


Flybe unveils 2019 summer schedule from Belfast

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J W Kane Excited By Airbus CSeries Involvement

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Lawyers welcome new Irish aviation leasing trade association

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Plans for private airstrip in North Kerry appealed to An Bord Pleanála

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Ryanair Recognises Fit CISL Union For Italian Based Cabin Crew

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Ryanair Recognises Ver.di Union For German Based Cabin Crew

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The Wings of Ireland — New Exhibition The Little Museum of Dublin 

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Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement 22 July

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UK flights ‘will not be able to land in Ireland’ without post-Brexit deal confirms IAA

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Tweet Picks:

@A4Europe We are aware of this plan by the Dutch government and have plans to address it! Stay tuned..

@chaviation Dutch gov’t launches consultation on planned aviation tax: The Dutch government has launched public consultations on its plan to reintroduce an aviation tax in the country from 2021 onwards, De Telegraaf newspaper has reported. The proposal put forward… 

@LuxuryTravelled Laudamotion/Ryanair are adding London/Stansted, Dusseldorf and Dublin to Innsbruck. @SimplyAviation. 

@McWhirterAlex EC says KLM/Delta must once again provide @Schiphol slots to @Fly_Norwegian in summer 2019 for its Amsterdam to New York service. @LuxuryTravelled @dominic_tucker via @luchtvaart.

@McWhirterAlex Iberia will be ‘running in’ its first A350 between Madrid and London LHR.

Video Picks:

Micheal Martin Shannon Airport

Pat Byrne of Cityjet: there are not many good frequent flyer programmes

Visual Control Tower Cab Lift at Dublin Airport (May 28, 2018)

The Wings of Ireland: A People’s History of Irish Aviation

Willie Walsh infrastructure stunting growth in Europe 


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