Published on July 31st, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 31/07/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 30 July:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 30 July:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 30 July:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 30 July:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 30 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:

OE-IGT Airbus A320-214 c/n 4394 GECAS Parked at Sofia 27/07/18 ex HZ-AS37.

OE-IGU Airbus A320-214 c/n 4397 GECAS Parked at Sofia 27/07/18 ex HZ-AS34.

VP-CQX Embraer 190LR c/n 19000233 GECAS Ferried Exeter-St Athan 27/07/18  for part-out & scrap 

Global Aviation News:

Airbus lists #PaxEx portion of fast-growing services market

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Air China schedules inaugural A350 commercial service on 14-Aug-2018

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Boeing Explains Why It’s Taking Its Time on ‘797’ Business Case

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BRICS countries sign MoU on regional aviation cooperation

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Ethiopian could Sell Airline Hotel, Airports in Investor Hunt

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MH370 investigators says they’re unable to determine the cause of the flight’s disappearance

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Sacramento International airport: using positive momentum to grow

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Thomas Cook considers sale of its airline unit

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Uganda Eyes Canada, European Agency Loans to Fund Airline Plan

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VietJet profit gains on overseas growth, more routes

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Irish Aviation News:

Aviation Ireland Weekend a Spectacular Success as 170,000 People Attend

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Etihad Airways reduces Dublin route to daily service from January 2019 

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Goshawk Aviation leaps into Lessor Top 10 with Sky Leasing deal

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Government ‘Beginning To Realise’ Airport Growth Must Be Focused Outside Of Dublin

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Having three airports in NI has boosted Dublin airport

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Interview with Airborne Capital’s Cian Dooley: Excess liquidity means investors may need to look at underserved ‘value-play’ to meet risk-return goals

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Norwegian’s ongoing pilot recruitment for Dublin base

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TRIP REPORT: Ryanair, Weeze – Niš

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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement July 29 2018

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Tweet Picks: 

@bankelele France grants Emirates extra flights .. Air France deplores this decision .. but the French government  granted the slots to maintain good relations with Emirates and Dubai – and after all it is Emirates who has kept the A380 programme alive.

@e_russell American plans to grow “intelligently” going forward, cutting utilization flying and under-performing routes from its smaller hubs.

@e_russell Delta sees continued growth @RDUAirport, with much coming from larger gauge aircraft and new frequencies rather than routes.

@e_russell Not a huge surprise, Delta faces no competition to Mumbai from Atlanta + benefit of connecting hub. Execs have previously said either #ATL or #JFK gateway.

@mike_carrivick An interesting point re ultra-long haul flights. Guess it will depend not just on fuel costs, but also load factors and currencies of ticket sales.

Video Picks:

APEX Insider Discusses Airline Business with BBC World’s Aaron Heslehurst

Celebrating 10 years of the Emirates A380

How One Flight Led Richard Branson to Create Virgin Atlantic Airlines 

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 investigators say controls were likely deliberately manipulated 

The David Rubenstein Show: Richard Branson


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