Published on September 5th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 05/09/2018

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-GGB Embraer 195LR c/n 19000204 Stobart Air Ferried Exeter-Norwich 04/09/19 for paint into all white prior transfer ex G-FBEM.

SX-ABQ Airbus A321-231 c/n 1060 Olympus Airways Ferried Tenerife South-Antalya 04/09/18 after storage ex EI-FBF.

Global Aviation News:

Aegean CEO confirms 3Q2018 outlook, higher fuel prices to ‘continue to affect our costs’

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CAPA Says Indian Airlines’ Losses May More Than Triple In 2017-18

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China airlines feel cost pinch

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Chrono Aviation Unveils Its First Boeing 737-200, Joins The Big Leagues Of Canadian Aviation

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Heathrow expansion to make London ‘destination of choice’ from China

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IAG Premium financials, premium prospects – where is the premium multiple?

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IAG to raise GDS surcharge

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India eyes 14 million Chinese travelers by 2023

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Investor Presentation Norwegian Air Shuttle September 2018

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New agreement in principle between KLM and VNV

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Perth Airport and WA Government have $30 million war chest to lure airlines

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SAS: Competition in Scandinavia to intensify over winter 2018/19

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus releases two million seats in winter sale

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“As a country we took to the skies.” An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar opens Avolon’s new global HQ

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Chinese tourists flooding into Ireland

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Connectivity key to rise in visitor numbers; Tourism chief

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Norwegian launches biggest ever USA sale from the UK and Ireland

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Piece of the world’s first transatlantic aircraft to auction in Dublin

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Ryanair plans to carry 635,000 passengers in a year to and from Ukraine

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Simon McNamara joins IATA as Area Manager United Kingdom & Ireland

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THAI Cargo selects WFS in UK and Ireland 

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Tweet Picks:

@Airwaysfoodie Btw, there are at present actually 2 VLM airlines. There’s VLM based in Antwerp, which has now stopped flying. But there’s also a separate VLM in Brussels, which took over part of the former Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium. That one is still flying.

@McWhirterAlex .@EtihadAirways has jumped on the HBO bandwagon.  It needs the cash. Expect @emirates @qatarairways to follow (for now they will keep quiet).

@McWhirterAlex One subject worthy of consideration is how main airports can gain valuable slots by encouraging more short distance pax to arrive by surface.  I’m thinking of @Schiphol and @KLM  (EU ordered KL to provide a slot to @Fly_Norwegian for AMS-JFK such is the shortage.

@BernieBaldwin So that’s chief operating officer, chief strategy officer and now director of comms @simonjmcnamara announcing departures from @flybe within the past 2 months.

@photoJDL Two aircraft celebrate first flight anniversaries today! The Beech 1900D commuter prop turns 36, while the stocky 4-engined widebody jet, the BAe146, turns 37. #avgeek #aviation.

Video Picks:

Dómhnal Slattery, Avolon Interview | Business & Finance 

European Aviation Network (EAN) demonstration flight

How airlines are trying to increase comfort

New Low Cost Air Travel Opportunities: Ryanair Made Debut Flight from Ukraine

Why did Dubai Airport have a record-breaking month?


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