Published on September 20th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/09/2018

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:

LY-GTW Boeing 737-4Q8 c/n 24332 GetJet Airlines Positioned Vilnius-Amsterdam 16/09/18 on wet-lease to Corendon Dutch Airlines ex EI-DNM.

Global Aviation News:

Air China Exec Warns Of ‘Dark Clouds’ As U.S. Carriers Drop China Routes

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Air France: New Canadian chief vows to invest half of salary in airline

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Airports Open Virtual-Reality Lounges to Occupy Angry Travelers

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Calls to cut air taxes as figures show £6 of every £10 spent on domestic flights goes on Air Passenger Duty

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Cathay Pacific, Boeing to donate world’s 1st 777 to aviation museum

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Direct Manchester-Beijing Flights Are Boosting the U.K.’s Northern Economy

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Emirates boss rails against price of airline fuel, says oil should be at $52 per barrel

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Inequality, the Challenge for Asia – Air Asia Founder Tony Fernandes

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These are the top 100 busiest routes on earth

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The world’s largest low cost long haul airline eyes Europe

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United Airlines goes from ‘the doghouse’ to record stock price

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Uvet Group: Italy-China bilateral ‘unbalanced’ in favour of Chinese carriers

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Irish Aviation News:

Competition: Dublin Airport Operational Facilities

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Cork Airport wins prestigious global marketing award

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Kerry Airport is a triumph of spirit over reason

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Laudamotion: Ryanair’s new weapon against Lufthansa and Eurowings

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oneworld appoints Qantas’ Alan Joyce as Governing Board Chairman

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Ryanair boss: Strikes ‘price to pay’ for low fares

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Ryanair builds up diversified airline group

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Ryanair seeking Serbian pilots

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Super Break launch more Icelandic adventures from City of Derry Airport

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Tweet Picks:

@airlinewriter $BA expects to hit 2018 target for 737 deliveries despite light 2Q and 3Q due to delayed engines, fuselages, other parts. Canaccord Genuity analyst gives @Boeing 50-50 odds – notes unfinished planes stacking up in Renton, chance that supplier delays will spill into 2019.

@airlinewriter CEO says @HawaiianAir won’t charge much more for BOS-HNL nonstops than competitors charge for 1-stops because it’s not a business-travel, expense-account route.

@airlinewriter New Jersey Senate panel approves bill to raise fuel taxes on @united to help pay for expanding PATH train service to EWR.

@AvWeekScho Hawaiian Airlines is launching Boston as its second US East Coast flight – started JFK flights in 2012. HNL-BOS will apparently be longest US domestic route in history (5,095 miles).

@justinbachman “If people don’t pay for it, they don’t think it’s worth anything,” @martysg says at Cowen conference of premium cabins and why no one sits in @JetBlue Mint for free. #airlines #PaxEx $JBLU.

Video Picks:

Iris flight trials for safer air traffic 

Kanika Tekriwal Started India’s First Marketplace For Chartered Jets

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

Strikes an ‘inevitable’ problem, Ryanair CEO says | Street Signs Europe

United CEO says important for his company to reach Hispanic consumers

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