Published on September 26th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 26/09/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 September

India Aviation industry newsletter 24 September:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 24 September:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 24 September:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 September

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus makes seasonal return on Dublin-Warsaw Route  

Swiss International to introduce Airbus A220-300 on Dublin-Zurich route 

Aircraft Update:

2-ATRG ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1268 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Woensdrecht-Mönchengladbach 25/09/18 ex B-22822.

2-RPDA ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1022 Nordic Aero Ferried Saarbrücken-St. Gallen–Altenrhein-Billund 25/09/18 ex PR-PDA.

Global Aviation News:

Ajay Singh: The turnaround man

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A Dozen Grounded Emirates Airliners Returned to Service

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airBaltic Receives Twelfth Airbus A220-300 Aircraft

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Bombardier CRJ Series Certified for Higher Maintenance Intervals

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B777-200ER Values Continue To Nosedive

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Cambodia Hungry for More Foreign Investment in Airlines

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China’s Big Three Airlines Are On A Fast Track To Overtake U.S. Big Three Within A Few Years

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UK would allow European Union airlines to fly in no-deal Brexit, and keep EU rules

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520 million Indians expected to travel each year by 2037

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7 Million Chinese to Travel Abroad This Golden Week

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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Names Bart Ligthart Head of Trading and Portfolio Management

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Aer Lingus announces plans for re-brand in 2019

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Aircraft leasing is flying for this hi-tech Limerick startup

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Emirates Airlines Country Manager (Ireland) Enda Corneille – Learn From Leaders

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FPG Amentum arranges sale of one Jeju Air 737-800

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How Joyce made Qantas soar again

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Intrepid Rebrands as Voyager

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L1 Treasury and Airborne Capital announce $250m portfolio to buy aircraft

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Norwegian Air to stop flights from Belfast to US

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Qantas chief Alan Joyce doubles down in war with Perth Airport

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Ryanair boss O’Leary must be asking ‘should I stay or should I go?’

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1st charity air ambulance to begin work soon

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Tweet Picks:


@AirlineFlyer .@AerLingus to reveal a new branding scheme with the delivery of its A321LR. The shamrock and green will stay put, but that’s all we know for now. #APEXExpo.

@AusBT An Emirates-Etihad merger would be the airline deal of the decade but it won’t come without hurdles, fewer flights by the combined airlines, or potentially higher priced airfares…

@JohnLStrickland More challenges for regional long haul LCC flights: #Airline Norwegian ends Belfast to New York and Boston flights.

@MaxK_J .@AerLingus chief Kavanagh tells #APEXexpo delegates of plans to unveil “a refreshed brand in January which will reflect the airline’s modern outlook and ambition to be the leading value carrier across North Atlantic” (less green/more white?) #IAG.

@RunwayGirl From an enjoyment perspective, IFE is very important especially for longer flights. “It will be a mainstay in our product portfolio for some time,” says CEO Calin Rovinescu at the #APEXEXPO. 

Video Picks:

Delta Airlines to trial facial recognition technology at Atlanta Airport 

In the making: First Ultra Long Range A350 XWB delivered to Singapore Airlines 

PM Modi inaugurates Sikkim’s first airport in Pakyong

RB A320neo fleet launch

SkyWest departs with the first ever CRJ 900 fitted with the ATMOSPHÈRE cabin 


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