Published on September 18th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/09/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 September: 

India Aviation industry newsletter 17 September:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 17 September:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 17 September:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 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:

G-FBEM Embraer 195LR c/n 19000204 Flybe Ferried Norwich-EXT 13/09/18 after paint into all white prior transfer to Stobart Air as EI-GGB.

Global Aviation News:

Azul Continues To Execute Beautifully, But Who Cares?

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British Airways short-haul business: any hope for “fortress Heathrow”?

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Do&Co secures British Airways Heathrow catering contract

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Former Sun Country owner learned a lesson: ‘Don’t fly under the radar

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Heathrow must boost links to UK regions, says Flybe chief

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Icelandair to offer second bank of services between North America and Europe

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United CEO sees biofuels as good for the bottom line

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WOW Air’s Financial Trouble May Stall Iceland’s Tourism Sector

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Wow Air sets sights on Asia market following Delhi launch

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7 out of 10 seats sold on flights to smaller cities under UDAN scheme 

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus urges greater expansion at Dublin Airport

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Cork boosted by airline competition

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Dublin Airport Welcomes Aer Lingus’ Transatlantic Expansion

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EI-GSG Boeing 737-800 Ryanair Flown back to Boeing Field from Everett, Wa after painting

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EI-GSI Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight

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Michael O’Leary, the Mourinho of aviation, isn’t so special anymore

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Milestone Aviation and Airbus to Provide Five H145 Helicopters to Aramco

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Norwegian hits back after Ryanair claims it will ‘go bust’ this winter

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Co Armagh aircraft seating maker doubles profits and eyes first-class deal

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Ryanair mulls two new Banja Luka routes in 2019

Ryanair to allow local contracts under Italian cabin-crew deal

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Ryanair rules out US flights despite buying 135 new long-range jets

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Transatlantic gains fuel Dublin Airport’s growth

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Tweet Picks: 

@AirlineFlyer .@CopaAirlines has filed its first 737MAX 9 flights. Operating to @iflymia and @FlyTPA on Sept 20, adding @flySFO on the 21st, and @flyLAXairport on the 22nd. A ton of routes added through the end of the year. #AvGeek.

@AirlineFlyer .@EtihadAirways has filed its first 787-10 flights. Operating out of AUH daily to Jeddah on Nov 12 through Mar 30 2019, adding Seoul on Dec 1.

@e_russell Fascinating: about half of AA’s pax to London Heathrow are connecting on to other destinations on BA and partners.

@e_russell “We are simplifying out hubs… Chicago, that used to have almost a museum of every widebody we operate, now is only going to have the 788. That means we can be more reliable, we can have the right spares there.”

@hang_jd During this summer peak season, Beijing Capital Airlines carried out 18,100 flights and handled more than 3m pax. Thank you for your trust and support. #summer #peakseason #summerpeakseason.

Video Picks:

airBaltic – World’s Most Punctual Airline 

Bangalore Airport President Hari Marar @ Aviation Festival 2018 

CEO Matthew Thomas discusses Shannon Group and opportunities that lie ahead 

Paul O’Kane record August at Dublin airport Sept 13 2018 

What Aer Lingus wants from Dublin Airport


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