Published on September 14th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/09/2018

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-FJG Boeing 737-8JP c/n 37818 Flybondi Ferried Bournemouth-Budapest 07/09/18 after paint prior delivery to become LV-HXQ.

2-AERC Boeing 777-28E c/n 28685 Ukraine International Ferried Zurich-Lourdes 07/09/18 for interim storage to become UR-GOD.

Global Aviation News:

CAPA India inbound tourism report – Part 1: Holidaymakers represent massive growth opportunity for India

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China’s aircraft leasing sector to go from ‘quantity’ to ‘quality’ in future: expert

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Could the A321neo and A321neoLR enable AirAsia to resume Australia expansion?

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Era of Open Skies Ends – The LEVEL Switch Begins…

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Finnair “undergoing the fastest growth phase” in its history, says CCO Juha Järvinen

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Immunized partnerships the future of the aviation industry: American Airlines SVP

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Swiss Skies project aims to bring low cost long haul concept to Basel

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Technology and passenger demand driving ultra long haul

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TUI Group to axe Malmö, Helsinki and Oslo bases

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Turkish Airlines is retaining a dedicated business class cabin for its single aisle fleet to support their medium-haul deployment

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United Airlines SVP alliances on JVs: ‘We don’t fly to make revenue, we fly to make profit’

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25 Things That Inspire Me About the Travel Industry

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus New Cork-Lisbon Route to Commence in October

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Aer Lingus To Offer Flights Between Minneapolis-St. Paul and Dublin, Ireland

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Aer Lingus wants Dublin Airport to become a global-scale hub to America

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Aena reportedly counting on Ryanair transfer to Corvera airport

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After launching two new transatlantic routes, Aer Lingus is eyeing up Vancouver

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Amsterdam the success story in Ireland’s Q2 aviation statistics

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Cork-Brussels is “Skyscanner Unserved Route of the Week” with 20,000 searches; Brussels Airlines’ only Irish service…to be sure??


DAA’s Dublin Airport expansion plan may outflank third terminal

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Ibec welcomes Aer Lingus publication

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NAC delivered one ATR 42-500, MSN 554, to Omni Taxi Aéreo on lease

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Next stop Nevada?: Vegas being considered along with Dallas by Aer Lingus

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Politicians will rally to solve ‘no-deal’ Brexit airline issues – O’Leary

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Ryanair Launches Record London S19 Schedule

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Ryanair’s Low Fares Come To Exeter

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Ryanair plans to launch flights from Kherson airport

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute AerLingus A321neo configuration is J16Y168.

@BoeingAirplanes Here’s something you don’t see every day—five #Boeing 737s for a single customer all in a row. Enjoy your airplanes @Ryanair, we love building them for you! 

@e_russell “It is inherently parasitic,” says JP Morgan analyst @baker_never_y on the growth of LCCs across the Atlantic. It performs best when there’s “blood in the water”. #A4ASummit

@e_russell “The industry is well prepared” for the next economic downturn, says Deutsche’s Linenberg, citing leverage reduction, structural cost changes and nimbleness. #A4ASummit.

@ghimlay Deutsche Bank’s Mike Linenberg expects foreign airline investment interest to return to the US, after Qatar Airways’ approach to American was rebuffed #A4ASummit

@KVickers Congratulations to @AerLingus on your new flight Dublin/Montreal. Will help both countries to diversify trade. @Ailish_Campbell. 

Video Picks:

Aer Lingus CEO on new routes being considered to America

Aer Lingus Two new transatlantic routes, direct from Dublin 

Russia: US refuses to sign certification for Tupolev Tu-214ON

SpiceJet’s Ajay Singh Talks About ‘SpiceXpress’ & More

Wow, fly USA to India for $199?!?


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