Published on October 3rd, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/10/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 1 October:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 October

India Aviation industry newsletter 1 October

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 1 October

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 1 October

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 October

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:

EI-GSH Boeing 737-800 c/n 44846 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 29/09/18.

EI-GSK Boeing 737-800 c/n 44855 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 29/09/18.

EI-GXG Boeing 737-800 c/n 44853 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 29/09/18.

EI-GXH Boeing 737-800 c/n 44852 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 29/09/18.

Global Aviation News:

Boeing Lost A Potential Asian Order

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Boeing, United Airlines Announce Order for Nine 787-9 Dreamliners

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Istanbul airports #1: Sabiha Gokcen growth to continue

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JetBlue: Plenty To Appreciate About This Well-Rounded Airline

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KLM sells KLM Jet Center to Jet Aviation

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Memphis International Airport eyes sweeter incentives to attract new flights

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New milestone agreement reached to merge First Air and Canadian North to better serve Pan-Arctic communities

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Norwegian launches domestic flights in Argentina

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Philippines-South Korea aviation: rapid growth driven by LCCs, tourism

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Scope: Recent airline defaults point to tough outlook for Europe’s smaller airlines 

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United Airlines Enhances Transcontinental Schedules, Announces New 787-10 Dreamliner on Flights Between New York and Los Angeles and San Francisco

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United: The Growth Story Of Major U.S. Airlines

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We want to be a global full-service carrier: Leslie Thng  

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Irish Aviation News:

Flybe Marks 35 Years In Belfast

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Hanian Airlines further downsizes Dublin route

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Ryanair Cuts FY19 Guidance By 12% Due To Higher Oil Prices, Higher EU261 Costs, & Weaker Fares Due To Recent Strikes

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Ryanair Holdings FY 2019 guidance lowered to €1.1-1.2bn – Davy Research 

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Ryanair: Over 300 Weekly Flights in Greece in Summer 2019 – Interview with Nikolas Lardis

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Ryanair Posts Another Month of Slowing Growth Amid Labor Strife

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Ryanair Announces New Dublin – Bordeaux Summer Service

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Tweet Picks:

@AntonovCompany On September 29,1983,#AN74 multi-purpose aircraft performed its maiden flight. It is intended for various tasks.This aircraft can be operated under different climatic and weather conditions,in the day and by night, from/to concrete,unpaved,pebble-,ice- and snow-covered aerodromes.

@CAPA_Aviation .@VivaAirColombia plans to announce a third country of operations in 12 to 24 months, joining operations in Colombia and Peru. #CAPASummit.

@GuillaumeFaury I’m delighted to see @QatarAirways upsizing 5 #A350-900 to the bigger A350-1000. No wonder the -1000 is the right aircraft for Qatar Airways to increase capacity on their busiest routes with unmatched efficiency and unrivalled passenger comfort, including the unique #Qsuite.

@LuxuryTravelled Ryanair’s push into easyJet’s core markets continues. Also has a knock on to Volotea…

@SimonCalder Ryanair. Do you own shares? They’ve just lost 1/10th of their value. Airline blames strikes as it issues a profits warning. But keep things in perspective; it is still on course to make £1bn this financial year, a figure other airlines can only dream about.

Video Picks:

Building a personal aviation museum – sharing my life project inspired by three people 

How Cathay Pacific recovered from a glaring spelling mistake #SimpliLive

ISTAT Aviation Insights: Interview with Ruth Kelly

Laser cut design and LED lighting create impressive A330neo entry

Norwegian Fill a plane 2018 – Mission completed 


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