Published on August 21st, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/08/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 August:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 August:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 August:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 20 August:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 August:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

100th Boeing 787 Dreamliner Visits Dublin Airport: 

Aircraft Update:

A7-ACC Airbus A330-202 c/n 511 Qatar Airways Ferried Doha-Dublin 19/08/18 for Air Italy.

A9C-DHM Boeing 757-281(F) c/n 22787 DHL Int´l Aviation ME Ferried Bahrain-Leipzig-Shannon-Bangor-Wilmington Air Park 16-19/08/18. 

Global Aviation News:

Aeromexico’s complex aircraft fleet: politics & airframer tie-ups

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Air France-KLM, Air Europa JV: EUR-Latin America aviation transforming

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China signs aviation pacts with 62 Belt and Road countries

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Ethiopian Defers A220 Decision Following Airbus Acquisition

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IATA: 2Q2018 financial results show ‘moderate squeeze on airline profitability’

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Indian Aviation Market Grew Fastest Among Its Asia-Pacific Peers

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India’s aviation industry set to soar

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India’s Ministry of Civil Aviation proposes new financial model for airport projects

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Irish Aviation News:

Embraer CEO: E175-E2 development ‘right on schedule’ – CEO John Slattery

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Norwegian Air International blames one-off costs as loss doubles

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Pilots fear new runway is too short

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Pricewatch: Readers’ complaints about Aer Lingus are flying in

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Review: 10 Aer Lingus Facts you should know

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Rise in passengers using Dublin to Kerry and Donegal routes

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Tanzania Fastest Growing Destination for Travel Counsellors Ireland

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Tweet Picks: 

@AvWeekScho Sydney airport forecasts 65.6 million pax per year by 2039 – 51% increase, or about 1 million per year, says SYD CEO Culbert #capasummit.

@AvWeekScho Vietnam Airlines says it remains on track to receive its first A321neo in September. The carrier is scheduled to receive nine this year, and 11 in 2019 (slight adjustment to earlier timetable estimate).

@CAPA_Aviation CAPA TV: MD of @AdelaideAirport Mark Young, “Our medium term aspiration is a direct US west coast service…In the short term i think there are some real opportunities with looking at low cost direct services into Asia and growing with our existing airlines” #CAPASummit.

@CAPA_Aviation MD of @AdelaideAirport, Mark Young, “Every airline-airport relationship is bespoke to every individual airport. If deals make sense, they get done…Airlines have a legitimate right to understand airport expansion plans and capital investments” #CAPASummit.

@CAPA_Aviation .@flyscoot General Manager Australia and New Zealand Jared Simcox, “The gap is closing” between full service and low cost carriers #CAPASummit.

Video Picks:

Shashank Chakerwarti case for direct flights to India 

Tourism Ireland mid term briefing full Q&A August 14 2018

Tourism Minister Shane Ross on the challenges facing Ireland 

UPS Pilots Make U.S. Aviation History

WestJet Boeing 787 Dreamliner TV Commercial


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