Published on July 25th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/07/2018

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:

Bombardier CRJ900 demonstrator visits Dublin for Cityjet: 

Stobart Air places first Embraer 195 on Irish Registry: 

Aircraft Update:

RP-C8994 Airbus A320-233 c/n 749 Philippines AirAsia Ferried Clark International-Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International-Dubai World Central-Cairo International-Shannon-Cotswold Airport 22-24/07/18 for part-out & scrap.

SP-HAU Airbus A321-231 c/n 864 Small Planet Airlines Polska Delivered Ostava-Warsaw 24/07/18 ex G-OZBL.

Global Aviation News:

An Airbus A321XLR Could Be a Game Changer for JetBlue

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AirAsia A330 Order Helps Airbus Survive Death Match With Boeing

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Analysts laud AirAsia’s US$30bil Airbus deal 

Boeing may build its 797 with a metal fuselage to keep costs down – and that could favor Everett

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Chinese Lured by Beaches Are Philippine Airlines’ Next Target

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Gulf Giants Talking With S. African Airways, City Press Says

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Hi Fly agreed the first wet lease contract for the A380

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Longhaul low cost airlines: Europe’s LCCs see opportunities

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Nigeria Seeks Foreign Help for 30-Plane, 80-Route Airline

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Overcapacity in Europe continues to weigh on Ryanair, easyJet, British Airways and Wizz Air

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Primera Air: Taking off with confidence

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These New Airport Lounges Are Designed to Fight Jet Lag

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Uganda Airlines Eyes Bombardier, Airbus Jets to Revamp Carrier

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Irish Aviation News:

Cork To Boston Providence Route Announced For Summer 2019

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‘Exciting’ Foynes Air Show ready for take-off this weekend

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History Of Irish Surnames Celebrated At Dublin Airport

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LaudaMotion, Lufthansa leasing contract dispute goes to British court

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Marqette says this is the final straw at Dublin Airport

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North’s Mallaghan Engineering creates 210 jobs as part of five-year expansion plan

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Ryanair Holdings PLC (RYAAY) CEO Michael O’Leary on Q1 2019 Results – Earnings Call Transcript

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Ryanair Q1 Profits Fall 20% To €319m Due To Lower Fares, Higher Fuel & Pilot Costs

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Second Dara Fitzpatrick Memorial Run to be held in September

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Strong crosswinds to blame for plane veering off Donegal Airport runway – investigation finds

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188 ‘high-risk’ bird strikes take place at Dublin Airport over three years

Tweet Picks: 

@ClodaghLRice On Brexit, Ryanair says: “We remain concerned by the danger of a hard (“no-deal”) Brexit in March 2019 …  recent events in the UK political sphere have added to this uncertainty, and we believe that the risk of a hard Brexit is being underestimated.”

@ClodaghLRice Ryanair says fuel prices are substantially higher than this time last year – almost $80/barrel compared to $50/barrel. While it has hedged some of the costs, this increase will see their full year fuel bill increase by at least €430m.

@e_russell Alitalia is out from the expanded Delta-Air France transatlantic joint venture.

@ghimlay Long time coming, but @embraer has finally removed defunct airline Air Costa’s order for 50 E2s from its backlog.

@McWhirterAlex Air France unions threaten more strike action in September if pay agreement cannot be agreed. @btmideast via @antoine_brn_.

Video Picks:

Airline Q2 earnings growth slows

Economics of McCarran

Inside Qatar Airways’ New Luxury Business Class Suites 

New airline, Moxy, intends to be high-end economy carrier

Rickard Gustafson, CEO, Scandinavian Airlines  


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