Published on September 3rd, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/09/2018

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

Aircraft Update:

EI-GSD Boeing 737-800 c/n 44847 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 31/08/18.

EI-RJD RJ85 c/n 2334 Cityjet Ferried Dublin-Norwich 01/09/18.

Global Aviation News:

AirAsia Group CEO: ‘The battle is over’ on airports

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AirAsia CEO: Tariffs and volatile currencies will lead to an ‘inevitable’ industry slowdown

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American Airlines Confirms Boeing 767-300ER Retirement Dates

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Danish Air Transport becomes Norra’s majority shareholder

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Etihad Incident Led To 777 Production-line Wiring Inspections

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Fitch Expects Etihad Airways to Keep Losing Money Through 2022

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IATA: record July load factor shows airlines’ capacity efficiency

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Icelandair Struggles Despite a Hot Local Tourism Market

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Lufthansa Group CEO: Berlin ‘close to our hearts’, becoming ‘increasingly important’

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Norwegian Air sells 6 Boeing aircraft as part of fleet renewal

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Swiss regional SkyWork Airlines ceases operations

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VLM Airlines ceases operations again

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus adds London City service from late-October 2018

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ARI boosts beauty with new offers at The Loop Dublin

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BeauTech Partners with NAC to Purchase Air Canada’s E190 Fleet

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Limerick-based Nordic Aviation Capital confirms move to Gardens International site

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Nordic Aviation Capital delivered 22nd consecutive year on year increase in profit

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Ryanair, EasyJet and IAG tipped to fly by Citi

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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement: Cityjet goes white as last route rebrands with Aer Lingus

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Time for Kerry Airport to learn to fly alone?

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Tweet Picks:

@airbelgium_off Successful negotiations between Russian and Belgian authorities! Air Belgium has now secured overflights for increased frequencies and destination points and access to all Trans-Siberian routes. This result allows us to consider additional destinations!.

@airwaysmagazine In an internal memo, American Airlines (AA) confirmed that its fleet of 23 Boeing 767-300(ER)s will be phased out in 2021.

@e_russell ICYMI: Analysts estimate that American, Delta and United need 44,000 pilots by 2030, but their main source regional carriers only employ 14,000 today.

@ghimlay Most Latin American airlines were worse off in Q2 financials, when disregarding special items. Common woes: currency weakness, labour strikes and the industry-wide pain of fuel prices.

@jonostrower A close examination of the late-July patent shows that Boeing got IP protection on a design it decided not to use for the 737 Max 10, but very interesting alternative nonetheless.

Video Picks:

Air Baltic Direct Flights to Abu Dhabi now from October to April

Cayman Airways Announcing New Route Denver August 27 2018

Emirates Airlines Fly Daily to Edinburgh from 1 October 

Kenya Airways to fly directly to the US as from October 2018

US airlines set for record Labor Day weekend travel


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