Published on August 2nd, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 02/08/2018

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:

EI-EWG Airbus A330-223 c/n 927 Standard Chartered Aviation Finance Ferried Bordeaux-Dublin 01/08/18 in Arik Air colours ex 5N-JID.

OE-LCF Airbus A321-211 c/n 1966 Anisec Luftfahrt Delivered Norwich-Vienna 26/07/18 after paint into LEVEL colours.

Global Aviation News:

Airfares in India could get costlier by 7% next year

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American’s Current Strategy Has a Familiar Refrain: Follow Delta’s Lead

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American Airlines Relents on Allowing Carry-on Bag With Discount Airfare

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British Airways to end 767 operations

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De Juniac praises India’s aviation strategy

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Following Pittsburgh’s Aviation Roller Coaster Ride Through Its London Flight

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India to be Among the Top Three Passenger Aviation Markets by 2026

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Lufthansa Fare Gains to Support Earnings as Fuel Costs Rise

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Southwest Airlines Expects Bookings to Recover After Fatal Engine Accident

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United Sheds Punching-Bag Status With Biggest U.S. Airline Rally

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WestJet Sinks as Rivals, Fuel Force First Loss in 13 Years

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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap 2Q net profit down 10% on aircraft sales

Brexit uncertainty hangs over Knock airport

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Ireland West Airport highlights importance of Donegal

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No Boeing to Airbus switchover due to trade dispute: AerCap CEO  

SMBC Aviation Capital closes $500 million senior unsecured notes offering

Tui appoints Simon Eaton as head of Ireland

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Why Ryanair turbulence doesn’t have to mean its business model is finished

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute Air Tanzania today (29JUL18) inaugurated Boeing 787-8 revenue flight, initially operating domestic service.

@e_russell British Airways will end 767 flights in the fourth quarter.

@e_russell ICYMI: American’s moderated capacity growth and deferred aircraft deliveries isn’t enough for Wall Street. 

@e_russell United’s new denser 757-300s with 234 seats will operate on 11 routes from DEC18, including #DEN and #SFO from @Reagan_Airport.

@ghimlay Only 37 firm orders among the up to 300 aircraft in deals announced by Embraer at #FIA18. Two of the 37 (Mauritania’s two E175s) have been added to backlog. Embraer says it hopes to add the remainder in Q3 and convert the LOIs by year-end.

Video Picks:

A Century of Irish Aviation Pioneers and Aviators Ep 1

Aer Lingus | DC-3 | Bray Air Display 

Foynes Air Show 2018 

Newstalk Documentary: After Tuskar Rock (Part One)

Newstalk Documentary: After Tuskar Rock (Part Two)


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