Published on September 4th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/09/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 September:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 September:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 3 September:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 3 September:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 September:

Aircraft Update:

EI-GEC CRJ900 c/n 15246 Cityjet Registered 30/08/18 ex OY-KFL,

EI-GED CRJ900 c/n 15240 Cityjet Registered 30/08/18 ex OY-KFH.

EI-GEF CRJ900 c/n 15244 Cityjet Registered 30/08/18 ex OY-KFK.

EI-GGO Airbus A330-202 c/n 511 Air Italy registered at Dublin 02/09/18 ex A7-ACC.

Global Aviation News:

Adria eyes “more stability” this winter

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Alaska Airlines partners with NASA for more efficient routes

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A4A states jet fuel prices are climbing

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China Contributes $1B To Boeing Earnings

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Flybmi on collision course with pilots over pay strike

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Icelandair faces competition concerns as CEO departs

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Is Warren Buffett Going To Buy An Airline?

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Qantas and American Airlines forecast USD310m consumer benefit from joint venture

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The Myth About Boeing’s Engine Shortage

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United Airlines Increases Baggage Fees In Step With JetBlue, Air Canada And WestJet

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Virgin Australia Signs On As Latest Boeing Max 10 Customer

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus adds London City and helps CityJet conclude transition from scheduled carrier to capacity provider


Aer Lingus-owner IAG added to Davy’s list of ‘top picks’

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Bigger and newer – airline tests the waters for Dublin

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Dublin Airport flies high with energy efficient lighting savings

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Fly Leasing to Present at the Deutsche Bank Aircraft Finance & Leasing Conference on September 5, 2018

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Heavenly inflight meal for the Pope

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Niki Lauda is doing ‘much better’: O’Leary

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Ryanair: Is The UK’s Love Affair With The Budget Airline Finally Over?

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Tweet Picks:

@hifly_airline Hi fly A380 is operating the longest non-stop domestic flight in the world: St. Denis, Reunion to Paris on behalf of Air Austral. And today it carried 506 persons on board covering 5,809 miles in 11 hours. #hifly #hiflyairline #airaustral #a380.

@Johnslattery100 Our #E195E2 recently (and easily!) passed required water spray tests on a soaked runway. We’re right on schedule for certification in 2019.

@jonostrower “The lax handling of order announcements at air shows is not only misleading—in some cases perhaps even deserving regulatory scrutiny…”

@winglets747 Emirates was a large player in the Sri Lanka-Australia market, combining its Colombo-Singapore and Singapore-Australia fifth freedom flights. SriLankan now flies Colombo-Melbourne nonstop.

@winglets747 Much of the American-Qantas JV application uses trans-Atlantic JVs as a benchmark. Can’t replicate features exactly – and transatlantic JV anti-competitive situation probably shouldn’t be replicated.

Video Picks:

Brexit: why the UK aerospace industry is losing sleep | London Business School 

Eddie Goggins 2018 European Aerobatic Championships training. What I see. 

How the aerospace industry is preparing for Brexit | London Business School

Ryanair reaches agreement with Italian union

Southwest adds cheap Florida flight from CVG


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