Published on September 6th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 06/09/2018

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-GGO Airbus A330-202 c/n 511 Air Italy Delivered Dublin-Milan Malpensa 05/09/18 after paint ex A7-ACC.

EI-GGW Boeing 737-86N c/n 36548 Primera Air Air Test at Seletar Airport 05/09/18 in full colours to become OY-.

N703AS Boeing 737-490(F) c/n 28893 GECAS Ferried Dothan Regional-Smith Reynolds Airport after cargo conversion.

Global Aviation News:

Antonov An-225: World’s biggest unfinished airplane lies hidden in warehouse

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British Airways improves short haul business class food

Eurowings ends Vienna – London Stansted link in late-Oct 2018

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How A United Regional Carrier Is Growing

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How The A320 Overtook The 737, And MRO Implications

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It’s Hard for Airlines to Make Money in India, IATA Says

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Industry insights: Low-cost long haul

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LEVEL schedules new Vienna routes in S19

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Russia’s Utair doubles its losses in the first half of 2018

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Russia’s Yakutia Airlines to lease 10 Boeing 737MAX-7s

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Vueling S19 Paris CDG network changes as of 03SEP18

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus criticized for cancelling Shannon flights again

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Aer Lingus expanding leisure sales team to promote its Dublin-Hub strategy

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Airline Owned UK ATC Provider NATS Discriminates Against Ryanair & Other Stansted Airlines

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AirAsia transfers 15 aircraft to BBAM for US$201.5m

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BAE Systems’ Avro RJ modifications EASA approval secures CityJet order

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Draft Decision on Summer 2019 coordination parameters at Dublin Airport

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Farmer breaks 76-year silence over Spitfire crash near Irish border

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Jet2 to fly Bourgas from Belfast International in summer 2019

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Laudamotion starts contributing to Ryanair traffic figures

Ryanair Aug Traffic Grows 9% To 13.8m Customers

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Ryanair’s Ukraine Flights Take Off

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Why Ryanair is wrong to accuse us of discrimination – NATS 

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WOW air adds another US city to route network with flights to Orlando, via Reykjavik, for Irish passengers

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute American Airlines’ 234-seater Boeing 787-8 (C20Y214) to begin serving International market from 02MAY19 (subject to change). Existing 226-seater (C28Y198) scheduled until 01MAY19.

@Airlineroute THAI plans to operate last Boeing 747 service to Munich on 27OCT18, also the airline’s last 747 scheduled service to Europe.

@airlinewriter The @united CEO is visiting employees in Guam, flying on the island hopper, and warning against new fees/taxes. Several Asian airlines serve Guam, but UA is the only major US carrier there.

@e_russell Looks like @AlaskaAir is ending all service to #MEX in November when they suspend #LAX flights. Alaska ended SFO-MEX and SAN-MEX service in May.

@WSJ Airlines are raising fees on luggage, ticket changes and other services to cover rising fuel costs without pushing up base fares.

Video Picks:

Airlines Raising Fees For Checked Bags

Fighter jets fly over McCain burial

GoAir’s First International Trip Is To Male & Phuket

Prannoy Roy Speaks To SpiceJet Chief Ajay Singh On India’s First Biofuel Flight

Primetime Debate: Will Biofuel Be A Game Changer For Indian Aviation?


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