Published on September 10th, 2018 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/09/2018

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:

A6-FDJ Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40237 FlyDubai Ferried Dubai-Bratislava-Shannon 05/09/18 for FlyBondi LV-HYK.

N709AS Boeing 737-490(F) c/n 28896 Mistral Air Delivered Cecil Airport-Gander-Keflavik-Rome Fiumicino 04/05-09/18 to become EI-GHB.

4L-TGM Boeing 737-76N c/n 29904 Georgian Airways Ferried Tbilisi International-St Athan 06/09/18 for part-out & scrap ex EI-EZI.

Global Aviation News:

Air connectivity key to unlock India’s inbound tourism potential

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Air Transport Leaders Sound Alarm over India’s Future

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Emirates Announces Codeshare Partnership with Jetstar Pacific

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Flybe reveals ‘no cost’ new livery

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Iberia retrieves A340-600 damaged in Quito hard landing

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Low cost long haul narrowbody: AirAsia X, NokScoot join the party

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Norwegian Air sees possible Airbus aircraft sales before year end

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Norwegian Air starts selling $18 tickets for Argentina flights 

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Primera Air announces four transatlantic flights from Frankfurt

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Qatar Airways Seeks Clarity On FDI Norms, Puts India Airline Plan On Hold

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SE Asia-London market: Garuda Indonesia learns a difficult lesson 

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Swedish seats soar by 64% over past 10 years; foreign flights lead growth, Germany is top international destination in S18

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Transitioning Travel To The Millennial Market

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Why Do National Airlines Still Exist?

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus regional adds 20 extra flights to Bristol for Bath v Leinster December 8-9

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Aer Lingus is crowned ‘The Fastest Airline in the World’ at the Budapest Runway Run 6.0

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Aer Lingus tops Heathrow ‘fly quiet and green’ table

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EI-GSF Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight

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EI-GSG Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight

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Gardens International base for Nordic Aviation Capital

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Irish aerospace subcontractor progresses to 5-axis machining

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Kenya plans to court Ryanair and easyJet in an attempt to boost its beach tourism, minister says

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Laudamotion details A320/321 Vienna-Dublin operations in W18

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Ryanair New Cork To Poznan Route Launched

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TRAVEL Extra Sunday Supplement: Close but no flying cigar, Ryanair reach record 13.8min August but cannot outpace Lufthy 

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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell $AAL’s decision to end its Chicago-China routes will save it ~$30m in annual losses, says president Isom. 

@e_russell “Our balance sheet is strong enough to self-insure for the fluctuation in fuel prices,” says Laderman on the current run up in fuel prices. $UAL.

@e_russell WestJet is the latest airline to exit the Mexico City market, joining Alaska in ending service this fall.

@e_russell “We now have a fleet that really matches up with our network and the demand we see out there,” says $AAL president Isom on its recent fleet moves.

@tedreednc @AmericanAir CFO Derek Kerr at investor conference: “@CLTAirport is the most efficient cost airport in the country. They do a wonderful job of making sure we have a great place to fly.”

Video Picks:

Airline Pilot Survey Highlights Need for Mental Health Support

Flybe introduces a new livery

Kenya to court Ryanair, easyJet to promote tourism

TUI Is Building Hotels Across the Caribbean, CEO Says

The world’s largest commercial air charter of horses | Emirates SkyCargo 


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