Published on September 11th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/09/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 10 September:

CIB Leasing Appoints Acumen As Exclusive Service Provider:  

India Aviation industry newsletter 10 September:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 10 September:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 10 September: 

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 10 September:  

Aircraft Update:

EI-GHB Boeing 737-490(F) c/n 28896 Mistral Air First Service Rome Fiumicino-Brescia-Catania 09/09/18 ex N709AS.

OY-JZU ATR72-212A(500) c/n 723 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried East Midlands-Billund 05/09/18  after paint into Air Europa Express colours prior lease to Aeronova. 

Global Aviation News:

British Airways Suspends London Heathrow – Muscat

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EasyJet CEO: Pressure on EU airlines unlikely to ease

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Interjet to sell its SSJ-100 fleet and acquire more A320neos

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JetBlue Airways: European markets have ‘most relevance’

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New Swiss budget airline launches fundraising

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Norwegian tries to sell 60 new aircraft

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Over 4 Billion Passengers Flew In 2017 Setting New Travel Record

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Provide us level-playing field with airlines abroad: SpiceJet CMD

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Why Low-Cost Airlines Are Flocking to Vienna

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Irish Aviation News:

Avolon Announces Pricing of US$1.0 Billion Senior Unsecured Notes Offering

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Belfast City Airport takes delivery of the first of three £1m fire tenders

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Board Of Ryanair Restores Six Aircraft To Dublin Base For Winter 2018

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CIB Leasing Appoints Acumen As Exclusive Service Provider

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Germany sees overnights from Ireland rise 12.9pc, ahead of global trend

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Icelandair Dublin route goes daily from 31 March 2019

Read more: and Jet2holidays hiring 50 staff at Belfast International Airport

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London City Airport setting sights on Airbus passenger plane that’s part-made in Northern Ireland 

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Pakey confirmed boss of Toronto City Airport operator Nieuport Aviation

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Tifco and Arora vie to land Dublin airport hotel

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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell ICYMI: Norwegian plans to connect London and Rio in 2019, and CEO Kjos thinks there’s more growth opportunity between Southern Europe – Barcelona, Madrid, Rome – and South America.

@e_russell OpenSkies retires final 767 after last flight to Newark, with British Airways only a few months behind.

@WandrMe “Teething problems” of the P&W GTF engines for @airBaltic are over according to CEO Gauss. Admits it hurt early but now strongly positioned. Laughs at Airbus pitching the A319neo as the equivalent during the bid, noting the latter isn’t really being made. #aviationfest #avgeek

@WandrMe Carrier flies 4MM pax annually with 50% connecting. CEO Gauss is very keen on the A220-300 full fleet conversion and growing the connection options. #avgeek #aviationfest.

@WandrMe .@airBaltic CEO notes that business class inventory on the A220/CSeries is fully dynamic. Pax booking levels drive seat blocking and moving the curtain. Full flight could be J if enough book it. #paxex #aviationfest.

Video Picks:

EasyJet Is Targeting More Long-Haul Ties, CEO Says

How Aer Lingus is re-thinking digital customer care #SimpliLab #aviation

Inside The E-4B ‘Doomsday Plane’ | CNBC

JetBlue Can Push Down Transatlantic Fares `For Good,’ CEO Says 

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


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