Published on September 25th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 25/09/2018
Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 September: http://bit.ly/2Obdsm0
India Aviation industry newsletter 24 September: http://bit.ly/2O4iYqs
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 24 September: http://bit.ly/2NAO0Xh
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 24 September: http://bit.ly/2zqdrSE
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 September: http://bit.ly/2Q2CT6x
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Aer Lingus makes seasonal return on Dublin-Warsaw Route: http://bit.ly/2xxDs1l
Swiss International to introduce Airbus A220-300 on Dublin-Zurich route: http://bit.ly/2I8flKB
EI-FYI Boeing 737-8 MAX c/n 42834 Norwegian Air International Delivered Boeing Field-Shannon 24/09/18.
ET-AVI Boeing 737-8 MAX c/n 62448 Ethiopian Airlines Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin-ADD 23-25/09/18.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus A321LR to be a “game-changer”
Air France Joon in Latin America: now Quito flights
Aircraft Lease Corporation: worldwide aircraft demand remains robust
Low cost long haul disrupts North Atlantic aviation
Lufthansa To Take Control Of Eurowings’ Long-Haul Network
Private jets swoop down on unreliable airlines
SAA considers selling off assets as debt balloons
Saudi Arabia Aviation: Saudia transforms and the market grows
Singapore Air Takes Delivery of Jet for World’s Longest Flight
The amazing story of how the Airbus A320 family became the Boeing 737’s greatest foe
Irish Aviation News:
Belfast to Edinburgh flights made up of almost half APD
Fears grow over future of Aran air service
First shared airspace flight demonstrations underway in Ireland’s UTM U-Flyte research programme
New Community Air Ambulance set to be based in north Cork
Opportunities in knock
President Higgins Visits Dublin Airport’s Fire Station
Review of the Oversight of Search and Rescue (SAR) Aviation Operations in Ireland
The IAA welcomes the report published by the AQE Review of the Oversight of Search and Rescue (SAR) Aviation Operations in Ireland
TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement: Corks pop for Cork at world airport awards
@airlinewriter An extreme example of geopolitics affecting an airline’s fortunes: @qatarairways posts a $69 million loss for its latest fiscal year.
@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.
@HofmannAviation Meeting with @easyJet Europe MD Thomas Haagensen, talking about one year AOC in Vienna. So far 113 aircraft are OE-registered. 25 more next year. After that, even more aircraft could be registered in Vienna.
@rschuur_aero . @SingaporeAir @Airbus A350-900ULR SGA completes her delivery flight from Toulouse in 16h24min, taking the polar route. Her longest flight to date, but some 4 hours short of her maximum range.
@winglets747 Huge interest in Emirates-Etihad merger talk underscores how well Etihad did marketing, making itself seem far larger than it really is.
Emirates Celebrates Saudi National Day
Emirates Said Exploring Etihad Deal to Create World’s Largest Airline
LaGuardia and Newark Liberty airports ranked lowest: JD Power survey
Qatar Airways Sustains Strong EBITDAR supported by Capacity Growth Despite the Illegal Blockade
United overhauls its boarding process