Published on July 26th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 26/07/2018

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:

SU-ALA Airbus A330-243 c/n 326 Air Leisure Ferried Kiev-Cairo 23/07/18 after wet-lease to Fanair ex EI-FSG.

VP-BUB Airbus A330-223 c/n 1002 Norwind Airlines Delivered Teruel-Moscow Sheremetyevo 25/07/18 ex EI-ESA.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus, Boeing gain more than 960 aircraft orders at Farnborough

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Airbus pushes A321LR upgrade for middle market

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AirAsia X to be ‘a huge airline’, but ‘pain’ expected in 2Q/3Q2018: Group CEO

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BA warns of continued disruption after Heathrow chaos

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ETTSA files complaint against EC over Lufthansa GDS surcharge

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Fernandes: AirAsia X network changes to strengthen outlook

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Keflavik International helps bring a warm front into Reykjavik with passenger levels into Iceland’s main gateway 11 years ahead of schedule

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IAG plans to increase LEVEL operations in Vienna

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Indian airlines eyeing international skies

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LEVEL lays down a marker with new Vienna base

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Next-gen disruption in aviation will be constructive, blend of legacy and innovation 

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Nigeria launches national carrier that it hopes will fly to China and India

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus faces demand to boost Cork-Amsterdam flights

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DAA partners with EnerNOC to participate in EirGrid’s new grid-balancing schemes

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Kremlin clears Aeroflot’s budget carrier for Moscow-Dublin route

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Rehabilitation of Runway 06-24 at Shannon airport: An overview

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Ryanair and Aer Lingus: France limiting EU freedom of movement

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Ryanair: ‘Risk of a hard Brexit is being underestimated’

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Ryanair Warns Labor Strife Is Starting to Bite as Profit Slides

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The time for airlines to digitise and reassess their competitive positions has come – PWC Ireland

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Tweet Picks: 

@e_russell “As the number five player, it just wasn’t the place for us,” says $JBLU @martysg on JetBlue’s decision to pull back from the intra-west market. Market share really matters.

@jonostrower The new presidential aircraft are scheduled to begin flying in December 2024.

@R_Wall @easyJet not interested in potential A321XLR, airline CEO says.

@winglets747 Before Delta-Virgin Atlantic JV, Virgin saw 91 passengers a day transfer from one airline to a Virgin US-UK flight. After the JV there were 1,205 passengers connecting to Virgin – almost all from Delta.

@winglets747 Lots of deal signing between China and UAE during state visit, but no apparent increase in air traffic rights. UAE airlines need them, but Chinese side beginning to use up its quota.

Video Picks:

Airbus’s Faury Says Open, Free Market Is Essential for Aviation

Behind The Wings: Tour through our A340 // Eurowings

Embraer TV meets with Andreas Aks, COO of Widerøe

Ryanair Making `Good Progress’ on Labor Dispute, CFO Says

The Most Important Flight of the Year – Chad


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