Published on October 1st, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/10/2018

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:

Ethiopian Airlines delivers third Boeing 737 Max 8 through Dublin Airport: 

Laudamotion to operate new weekly Dublin-Innsbruck winter service: 

Aircraft Update:

OY-YBU ATR72-212A(600) c/n 541 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Mönchengladbach-East Midlands 29/09/18 ex XY-AJC.

OY-YCR ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1027 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Billund-Toulouse/Francazal 28/09/18 ex PR-ATQ.

2-MFID ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1178 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Billund-Sønderborg 28/09/18 ex 9M-FID.

2-SGSG Boeing 737-7H6(BBJ) c/n 29274 GainJet Ireland Ferried Athens-Shannon 28/09/19.

Global Aviation News:

Air travel ‘without your passport leaving your pocket’

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British Airways to run two biometric-boarding trials at JFK

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Cathay Pacific flights leaving Hong Kong set to cost up to HK$652 more as fuel surcharge introduced from November

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Congo Airline, China’s Comac in Talks to Buy Three Aircraft

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Delta CEO Ed Bastain said Detroit Metro Airport a key piece of company plans

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Dreamliners Being Grounded Again on Rolls-Royce Engine Flaws

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Grow or die seems to be the low-cost carrier motto

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Iberia hails progress in innovation at WFS

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Inside The Airline For Millennials: LEVEL Airlines

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JetBlue thinks its business class service could ‘disrupt’ air travel to Europe

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Lufthansa Group optimizes hub management of the network airlines and prepares for moderate growth in Summer 2019. 

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Moody’s: European airlines could face severe credit impact from ‘no-deal’ Brexit scenario

Researchers See the Light To Reducing Bird Strikes

UAE Willing To Start Open-Skies Talks with the European Union

Irish Aviation News:

AerCap takes Delivery of its First Boeing 737 MAX

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Aer Lingus is building a multimillion-euro training centre – but some staff’s future is unclear

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A wonderful Portlaoise man and his flying machine

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CityJet leases two Bombardier CRJ900 ERs from TrueNoord

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Commission for Aviation Regulation Dublin Airport Passenger Advisory Group and Guidelines for Passenger Engagement

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Ireland Strategic Investment Fund invests in Genesis Aircraft Services

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ITIC says six of 51 recommendations have been achieved, 13 showing no progress

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NAC delivered one ATR 72-500, MSN 723, to Aeronova on lease

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Roadbridge and FCC close in on Dublin Airport runway contract

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Ryanair Launches Record Prague Summer 19 Schedule

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Ryanair To Open 2 New French Bases At Bordeaux & Marseille

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TRAVEL Extra Sunday Supplement: Where free onboard wifi is the new frontier

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute Following AIRFRANCE European destination will switch to JOON-operating service from 31MAR19: Manchester, Stockholm, Prague and Madrid.

@AlexInAir “India-Doha sector has become a high-yield market, unlike India-Dubai sector where it is declining, according to the authorities”.

@AsiaJetWatch NTSB official: “The NOTAM system is really messed up. It’s written in a language that only a computer programmer could understand… just a bunch of garbage that nobody pays attention to.”

@e_russell ICYMI: Cathay Pacific “pleased” with A350-1000 performance to date, though CEO admits there are “always things you talk about with the manufacturer” with a new aircraft.

@vl_bryan “The papers said that, for pilot licences, the CAA would need to validate any EASA licence used to fly a UK-registered aircraft, and UK-issued licences would need to transfer to EASA if they wanted to operate EU-registered planes.”

Video Picks:

Aircraft Lessors Navigating Rising Rates and Fuel Prices

Congress may push for more legroom on planes 

Government officials will not get discounts on Uganda Airlines – Minister

IATA WFS MADRID 2018 – Key Messages

United Continental Holdings CEO: De-Stressing Travel | Mad Money | CNBC 


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