Published on September 21st, 2018 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/09/2018

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 

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Will Take Another Year to Catch Up on A320neo Output

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A Low-Cost Airline Is Planning a Rare IPO

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Are Airbus And Boeing Running Out Of Names For Planes?

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Brussels Airlines looks at wet-lease options for Sukhoi aircraft

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China’s bullet trains are coming for Hong Kong’s airlines

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‘Don’t design airport based on a single airline’s demands’

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Emirates’ Clark Tells Airlines to Gear Up for Economic Reset

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Emirates Seeks Etihad Takeover to Create World’s Largest Airline

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European Countries Join To Mitigate Weather Delays

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Gediminas Ziemelis: At Least 5 Medium Size EU Airlines Will Go Bankrupt in 2018-2019

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IATA: August Airlines Financial Monitor

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Qatar Airways Sustains Strong EBITDAR supported by Capacity Growth Despite the Illegal Blockade by its Neighbouring Countries

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Small Planet Airlines will restructure its German business

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United to fly 787s to Europe from Newark in 2019

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United Airlines: We view N.J.’s success and ours as inextricably linked | Opinion

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UK ‘missing out’ on new routes because of APD

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Washington Dulles to lower airline costs with land deal

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus September sale gets OOH airing

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Airplane seats maker Thompson Aero flying high under Chinese ownership

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CDB Aviation Delivers First of Five A320neos to Loong Air

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FPG Amentum arranges sale of two Lion Air 737-900ERs

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Goshawk Aviation closes acquisition of SKY Leasing’s Irish subsidiary

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Northern Ireland losing out on more air routes over ‘damaging’ passenger levy: report

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Ryanair to reverse Glasgow route cuts

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Ryanair to ‘consider re-entering the French market’

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Ryanair Welcomes French Supreme Court Ruling In Marseille Case

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The Hub at Dub: Dublin Airport’s upgrade plan 25 years on

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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell American is reconfiguring its 787-8s with 234 seats with the addition of premium economy, up from 226 seats.

@e_russell China Southern outlines plan for 2,000-aircraft fleet – for comparison, the world’s largest airline American has ~1,547 mainline and regional aircraft.

@e_russell “Keeping Newark competitive requires a competitive United Airlines,” writes United president of New York Jill Kaplan in an op-ed on NJ’s proposed fuel tax 

@e_russell Latest on United’s plan for a 787 base at Newark: 6 transatlantic routes planned by summer 2019, staff ~160 #Dreamliner pilots, according to internal newsletter.

@jonostrower SCOOP: Best and final engine offers from Pratt, Rolls & CFM due before Christmas, engine selection in February, authority to offer in March and launch of Boeing’s 797 for the Paris Air Show in June.

Video Picks:

Alexandre de Juniac, DG & CEO, IATA Speech at International Aviation Summit 2018 AAI 

American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum Opens With Fresh, New Look 

Shri Jayant Sinha, MoSCA Speech at International Aviation Summit 2018 | AAI

The Opportunities and Challenges of Indian Aviation 2018 

United Airlines invests in Daniel K. Inouye International Airport




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