Published on July 30th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/07/2018

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:

Cityjet adds two former Cimber Air CRJ900LR aircraft to growing fleet: 

SAS Airlines (Ireland) takes delivery of seventh Airbus A320NEO: 

Aircraft Update:

EI-GCH Embraer 190AR c/n 19000220 SA Airlink Delivered Nashville International-Bangor-Gander-Tenerife South-Léon-Mba International-Johannesburg 26-28/07/18.

EI-GEB Candair CRJ900 c/n 15231 Cityjet Position Ljubljana-Stockholm Arland 27/07/17 on wet-lease to SAS ex OY-KFF.

N791AS Boeing 737-490(F) c/n 28886 ASL Airlines Delivered Smith Reynolds-Dothan Regional-Portsmouth International-Keflavik-Liège 26-28/07/18 to become OE-.

Global Aviation News:

Accor Drops Plan to Buy Minority Stake in Air France-KLM

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A ‘Perfect Storm’ Pilot Shortage Threatens Global Aviation

Allegiant Cuts 2018 Profit Forecast on Fuel, Growth Outlook

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Alitalia could remain in state hands, says EC

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British Airways Announces New Pittsburgh-London Non-Stop Flight

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Flight chaos hits German holidaymakers and travel industry

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Flybe sees revenue per seat rise as it reduces size of fleet

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Fuzzy Numbers – The Need for Context When Counting Airshow Orders

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Korea Aims To Halt LCC Propagation

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Loftleidir Icelandic submits proposal for 49% stake in Azores Airlines

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Norwegian applies to operate Brazil – Europe flights

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SAS admits it sold too many seats

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus pilot recorded in tetchy exchange with air traffic controller

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Avolon Confirms Placement Of Five Airbus A320neo With Cebu Air

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Banja Luka Airport eyes additional Ryanair flights

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Cliff Taylor: In aviation there is no fall-back position in a no-deal Brexit

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Dublin Airport’s Valerie Price on driving change and innovation

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Hainan Airlines W18 Dublin / Edinburgh frequency changes

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ISIS Ltd arranges lease of Go2Sky’s third Boeing 737-800NG aircraft on behalf of Dublin based lessor

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Passenger numbers at Ireland’s main airports increase by 45% since 2012

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Norwegian S19 Shannon – Newburgh Stewart frequency changes as of 25JUL18

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Ryanair Holdings Business model endures; full year guidance maintained – Davy Research

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SAS cancelled 700 flights over CityJet-linked crewing issues

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Walsh: Possible British Airways/China Southern JV on the horizon

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Tweet Picks:

@ARSAWorks “The legislation will help attract and train new pilots, make it easier for aviators to use their talents to serve the public good [and] foster public interest in flying,” @caaklein says about “SARA” from @JimInhofe & @SenDuckworth. (You train ’em, we’ll keep ’em flying.)

@AvWeekScho Cathay Pacific is due to receive a new aircraft per month for the next four years, says CEO Rupert Hogg #IATAAGM.

@e_russell American will see $2bn in higher fuel expenses in 2018, says CEO Parker. Airline assume $75/barrel Brent crude prices going forward.

@e_russell Interesting – American’s desire to add Aer Lingus to its transatlantic JV with British Airways is facing questions around adding a low-fare carrier to the partnership, says EVP corporate affairs Johnson. 

@e_russell “[We’re] making sure that we actually want to take airplanes in those times and we’ve come to the conclusion that we don’t,” says @AmericanAir CEO Parker on its decision to defer 22 A321neos.

Video Picks:

First flight of Airbus’ BelugaXL

How Boeing Envisions the Future of Transportation – AINtv

Lockheed Martin LM-100J First Look 

The story of our Founding Father | Etihad Airways

TSA to debut new baggage scanners


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