Published on September 17th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/09/2018

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  :

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Brussels Airlines to operate Geneva to Dublin service on behalf of Swiss International: 

Ethiopian Airlines delivers second Boeing 737 Max 8 through Dublin Airport: 

Former Aer Lingus Boeing 737-500 returns to Ireland in new guise: 

Ryanair re-commences Boeing 737-800 deliveries:

Aircraft Update:

A7-ACB Airbus A330-202 c/n 489 Qatar Airways Ferried Doha-Rome Fiumicino 14/09/18 for Air Italy as EI-.

EI-GSF Boeing 737-800 c/n 44850 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin.

VP-BDR Boeing 777-212 c/n 28532 Standard Chartered Aviation Finance Ferried Rio de Janeiro-Victorville 14/09/18 ex EI-FNN.

Global Aviation News:

Airlines Are Making Mind-Boggling Money On Credit Cards (Radio)


Airlines’ Biofuel-Powered Flights Might Soon Take Off

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Airlines need to adopt ‘digital retailer’ model

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Boeing Sees Shift to Max Jets Smoothing Next 737 Output Bump

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Brand USA stresses importance of China market

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Hazy expects 797 decision middle next year

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New regulations may force American Airlines to drop services, CEO says

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Norwegian Pivots To Latin America, Abandons Singapore As EasyJet Worldwide Deal Takes Flight

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Rolls-Royce Falls as A350 Engine Shutdown Spurs Design Fears

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Southwest Airlines Transformed BWI as It Grew Into a National Carrier

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Stansted targets 25 new global destinations in next five years

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Transat warns of higher fares next summer after Q3 loss

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus adds new North American routes in S19

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Aer Lingus to get over €11m for renewing Connecticut service

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ARI identifies Asia Pacific as growth opportunity

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Axle fatigue crack led Ryanair 737 to lose nose-wheel

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Busiest August Ever At Dublin Airport

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DAA’s Dublin Airport expansion plan may outflank third terminal

Danish Air Transport MD82 to operate SAS Airlines DUB-CPH flight 26 September

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Dublin Airport hub growth ‘could boost nation’s GDP by €18.7bn’

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Ryanair commit to extra Cork routes if Budapest and others are successful

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Ryanair Launches Major Pilot Training Programme in Cork

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Ryanair Reaches Agreement With Italian Unions On Outline Terms Of A Collective Labour Agreement (CLA)

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Your airport is growing – but it needs support to keep that going

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Tweet Picks:

@ghimlay JetBlue seeing improvements in LGB yields after capacity cuts. CEO says no active plan in long-haul growth from CA after LGB heartbreak, but notes ONT has CBP facility and has made JetBlue “feel very welcomed.

@KianiKress The new @ryanair: not only cuddly but also vulnerable: axes german domestic capacity like 70% of Cologne – Berlin (SXF).

@LGonzalezDellan There is no doubt that cheaper fares between Europe and Latin America would be beneficial for tourists and business. Making Latin America an attainable place for Europeans to visit would do wonders for the Latin American economy. 

@scramble_nl The Emir of #Qatar has donated @BoeingAirplanes #B748 VQ-BSK to his good friend Erdogan, President of #Turkey. The aircraft has arrived at SAW and will be operated by @TurkishAirlines for the government. #avgeek.

@winglets747 That’s pretty low US point of sale. There are many new or growing trans-Atlantic operators, but they’re European. There’s still room for JetBlue to enter on the strength of its US network (feed, sales), product, and being an established operator.

Video Picks:

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

Canadian Ambassador puts Aer Lingus CEO on the spot

Dubai Airports CEO: Focus should be on resilience against cyber attacks .

Indian Aviation: IATA’s Concerns | CNBC TV18

United Airlines invests in Daniel K. Inouye International Airport 


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