Published on August 30th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/08/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 August

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 August

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 27 August

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 27 August:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 August

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

100th Boeing 787 Dreamliner Visits Dublin Airport

Global Aviation News:

Air Peace’s Boeing 777-300 aircraft arrives to open new routes

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All-Causes Delay to Air Transport in Europe 

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Boeing To Cut 737 Production For Lack Of Engines While Airbus Expands

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Dreamliners stacking up at Boeing’s North Charleston site

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First Biofuel Flight in South Asia Resonates During Cost Crisis

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It May Be a Mistake For United to Grow Dulles

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JetBlue Increases Fees for Checked Bags

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Jet Airways’ board considers fund raising measures and accelerates turnaround strategy

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More Mint, and Airbus A220s to Europe: JetBlue Hints at What’s Ahead

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Qantas: Benefiting From The Growth In Asia Pacific

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US airlines are struggling to make money from China’s travel boom

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WOW air Service To New Delhi, India To Begin In December

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Irish Aviation News:

Composites UK brings roadshow to Northern Ireland

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Dublin Airport control tower to break height record

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Dublin Airport Central Lands Kellogg For Its New Build Development

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EI-GSD Boeing 737-800 Ryanair Flown back to Boeing Field from Spokane, Wa after painting

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Laudamotion Announces New 2019 Aircraft, New Livery, New Offices And Pay Rises Following Ryanair 75% Purchase

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Profits fall back at Moyola – but engineering giant eyes global growth

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Ryanair slows growth in Frankfurt Main [German]

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Stobart to pull two Flybe jets

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Tweet Picks:

@aviationirancom Foreign airlines leaving Iran is not due to sanctions, it’s due to economic realities. In the short-term, we may witness a decrease in flights, but in the long-run airlines will return due to sufficient demand: Arash Khodaei, Senior Vice President CAO.IRI. #Iran.

@aviationirancom Turkish Airlines is operating its very first Boeing 737 MAX 8 flight to Tehran and Iran. The aircraft was delivered two weeks ago. #Iran.

@capa_india CAPA modelling identified Australia as the no. 1 priority longhaul source market for promotion of inbound tourism to India. More direct air services will stimulate further @AusHCIndia @HCICanberra. 

@capa_india Report by CAPA & @Expedia in Jan-18 highlighted critical role Long Haul LCCs will play in stimulating Indian outbound #travel. Same is true for inbound, as 60.6% of visitors to #India fly >6 hrs.

@MaxK_J .@Qantas namechecks “A321XLR” and “797” as under evaluation in investor presentation: Qantas eyes new fleet renewal, bats away capex concerns.

Video Picks:

Airlines seeing demand rise 

Baines Simmons – Brexit and Aviation

New Laudamotion Livery

SpiceJet Operates India’s First Flight Using Blended Biofuel

United to transfer listing to Nasdaq from NYSE 


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