Published on September 13th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief 13/09/2018

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-EPG Boeing 737-8AS c/n 34985 Bluesky 4 Leasing Ferried Glasgow Prestwick-Woensdrecht 10/09/18. 

N843DM Boeing 737-83N c/n 32611 GECAS Ferried Macau International-Shanghai 30/08/18 ex B-5123.

OE-IMC Boeing 737-83N(F) c/n 32580 GECAS Air Test at Jinan Yaoqiang International 30/08/18 after freighter-conversion ex N437SR.

Global Aviation News:

Adria Airways posts 2017 loss

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Boeing is calling back its retirees to try to fix delays at its 737 jetliner plant

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Boeing Boosts 737 Shipments From Six-Year Low as Parts Jam Eases

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Boeing’s New 787s Flee Florence in a Cross-Country Exodus

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Boeing’s Bullish China Outlook Faces Trump’s Trade War Headwind

Brussels Airlines Adds Option to Explore Belgium During Layover

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How big business failed to spot low-cost airline success 

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Norwegian Air to axe Singapore-London service in January 2019

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Poland Wants Its Planned Airport to Be a European Gateway to Asia

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Primera Air announces transatlantic flights from Madrid

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SAS: Joint statement regarding Air Greenland A/S

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Now Boarding: Montreal and Minneapolis-St. Paul to Ireland and Europe

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Cork Airport Welcomes New Ryanair Malta Route

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Malta will have ‘more European connections than Heathrow’ – Ryanair

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O’Leary: Many airlines may follow Ryanair’s tighter hand-luggage policy

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Ryanair announces 10 new destinations from Malta

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Ryanair could establish company to create IT products in Ukraine

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SMBC Aviation Capital Announces Sponsorship of Trinity SMF

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TAP Air Portugal resumes Lisbon-Dublin route in S19

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TAP To Launch Double Daily Dublin-Lisbon Service

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‘Where we’re going, we don’t need roads’…Irish businessman plans ‘flying taxis’ in four years

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Tweet Picks:

@AerostellarASG “Depending on the outcome of the Brexit negotiations, UK-issued pilot licenses after the UK leaves the European Union (EU) could be no longer valid within the EU,” according to an easyJet spokesperson. 

@e_russell SFO is operationally a “challenging” airport for United, as executives have put it. The frequent “gate wait” is riling customers.

@e_russell “Most [African governments] are saddled with loss-making flag-carriers or none at all… Ethiopian’s boss wants to change this by helping some of his neighbours set up new companies and others overhaul existing ones.” But risks abound.

@JohnLStrickland Vienna market going into super saturation: Stansted-Vienna route to be axed by #Eurowings as Laudamotion moves in #airports #airlines.

@Lebeaucarnews Boeing 737 Deliveries improve in August to 48 planes.  Up from July low of 29 as company works through production issues/backlog. $BA.

Video Picks:

Boeing raises China plane forecast by 6.2 percent, delivers 64 aircraft in August 

Dublin Airport Central

Gardens International base for Nordic Aviation Capital

LATAM Airlines Journey to becoming a Digital Airline

Ryanair Comes to Exeter airport 


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