Published on August 22nd, 2018 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 22/08/2018
Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 August: http://bit.ly/2MBi5Vu
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 August: http://bit.ly/2OPko4F
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 August: http://bit.ly/2wfymoT
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 20 August: http://bit.ly/2MlUs3Q
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 August: http://bit.ly/2wjmCSu
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
100th Boeing 787 Dreamliner Visits Dublin Airport: http://bit.ly/2Mp7WvU
CS-TKR Boeing 767-36N c/n 30854 Euro Atlantic Airways Ferried Paris CDG-Lisbon 15/08/18 after wet-lease to Primera Air ex EI-FLV.
EI-GEG Embraer 195LR c/n 19000029 Georgian Airways painted at Masstricht 21/08/18 prior delivery.
Global Aviation News:
EasyJet to focus on growing Europe market share: CEO
Helsinki-Vantaa Airport: Finnair and LCCs drive growth
IATA: Premium passenger growth continues to modestly lag economy class
KLM receives final 787-9, expecting 787-10s from Jun-2019
Russia’s MC-21-300 will be less expensive than western counterparts
Sale of SATA would be ‘completely premature’, no decision made: Transport Secretary
US airlines chart solid cargo revenues, but clouds of uncertainty form
Irish Aviation News:
Aergo acquires two Airbus A321-200 aircraft
Air Astana Offers Customers Seamless Travel From Dublin To Kazakhstan
CDB Aviation to sell five 737-800s and one A320
Dublin Airport Welcomes New Dallas Route
ORR Chair announced: Declan Collier
Ryanair and Air Malta join forces in an on-line sales partnership
@Airlineroute Air Algerie adds Algiers – Brussels Charleroi service from 28OCT18, 737-600 operates 2 weekly.
@Airlineroute Finnair adds A350 service to Los Angeles from 31MAR19, 3 weekly flights.Finnair previously served Los Angeles from May 1981 to October 1991 with DC10.
@Airlineroute Hainan Airlines plans Shanghai Pu Dong – Boston / Seattle service to originate from Chongqing from Dec 2018, according to CAAC notice on 20AUG18.
@Airlineroute JAL plans 787-9 service on Osaka Kansai – Los Angeles route from 31MAR19, replacing 787-8.
@e_russell “If I were I betting man, you’d probably say Los Angeles first,” AirAsia chief @tonyfernandes told Nikkei Asia Review on its plans to serve the US mainland.
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Rise of ‘Wildcatter’ airlines targeting smaller markets
United Airlines celebrates 50 years on Guam
UPS Airlines 30th Anniversary: The First 747-400 Arrival