Published on September 5th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 05/09/2018
Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 September: http://bit.ly/2wELKUq
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 September: http://bit.ly/2PxeOo6
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 3 September: http://bit.ly/2wBMv0s
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 3 September: http://bit.ly/2MH4s86
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 September: http://bit.ly/2Q1akqB
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’
CAPA Says Indian Airlines’ Losses May More Than Triple In 2017-18
China airlines feel cost pinch
Chrono Aviation Unveils Its First Boeing 737-200, Joins The Big Leagues Of Canadian Aviation
Heathrow expansion to make London ‘destination of choice’ from China
IAG Premium financials, premium prospects – where is the premium multiple?
IAG to raise GDS surcharge
India eyes 14 million Chinese travelers by 2023
Investor Presentation Norwegian Air Shuttle September 2018
New agreement in principle between KLM and VNV
Perth Airport and WA Government have $30 million war chest to lure airlines
SAS: Competition in Scandinavia to intensify over winter 2018/19
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus releases two million seats in winter sale
“As a country we took to the skies.” An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar opens Avolon’s new global HQ
Chinese tourists flooding into Ireland
Connectivity key to rise in visitor numbers; Tourism chief
Norwegian launches biggest ever USA sale from the UK and Ireland
Piece of the world’s first transatlantic aircraft to auction in Dublin
Ryanair plans to carry 635,000 passengers in a year to and from Ukraine
Simon McNamara joins IATA as Area Manager United Kingdom & Ireland
THAI Cargo selects WFS in UK and Ireland
@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.
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