Published on October 5th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 05/10/2018
Acumen Aviation Newsletters 1 October:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 October: http://bit.ly/2RevNgk
India Aviation industry newsletter 1 October: http://bit.ly/2NQEG1P
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 1 October: http://bit.ly/2QkBcRP
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 1 October: http://bit.ly/2OkY7iL
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 October: http://bit.ly/2QgAyoy
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Ethiopian Airlines delivers third Boeing 737 Max 8 through Dublin Airport: http://bit.ly/2NUmm7M
Laudamotion to operate new weekly Dublin-Innsbruck winter service: http://bit.ly/2OTe9NI
EI-FLM Boeing 737-85P c/n 30571 Air Italy Ferried Rome Fiumicino-Perpignan 27/09/18 prior return to lessor.
OY-PSA Boeing 737-8Q8 c/n 30688 Primera Air Nordic Ferried Copenhagen-Shannon 04/10/18 on return to AerCap.
OY-PSE Boeing 737-8Q8 c/n 30664 Primera Air Nordic Ferried London Stansted-Shannon 04/10/18 on return to AerCap.
YL-PSI Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 27983 Primera Air Nordic Ferried Copenhagen-Shannon 02/10/18 ex 2-ITLG.
2-ATRB ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1222 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Woensdrecht-Mönchengladbach 02/10/18.
Global Aviation News:
Airlines want Brexit answers, says Flybe CEO
Air Transport Services Group to Acquire Omni Air International
Air transport supports 65.5 million jobs and $2.7 trillion in economic activity
Delta Expects $30 Million Hit on Hurricane Florence Flight Cancellations
EASA and FAA certify long-range capability for A321neo
Blue Air buys Air Moldova for US$3.0 million plus debt
easyJet extends ‘Worldwide by easyJet’ to new connections airline partner Virgin Atlantic
Emirates Adds Edinburgh — Then Cuts Flights Amid Fleet Pinch
Etihad Is Said to Face Investor Challenge on Bond Commitments
Icelandic Bank Loses Millions in Airline Bankruptcy
Icelandair Group initiates discussions with bondholders
JetBlue Plans Florida, New York Growth, More Non-Flight Services
Number of Airbus A320neo planes crosses 100-mark in India
Why Poland Is Planning Europe’s Biggest Airport
10 finalists vie for IAG Hangar 51 start-up program
Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Leased, Purchased and Sold 87 Aircraft in the Third Quarter 2018
Avolon Q3 Update
Fingal County Council role as Dublin Airport “noise regulator” defended
Flights to Amsterdam to be reinstated says Clune
Molly Fleming: Ryanair’s profit warning shows budget airlines can no longer rely on price alone
NAC delivered one Embraer E195, MSN 19000029, to Georgian Airways on lease
Ryanair even more committed to Budapest
Ryanair Welcomes Barcelona Court Ruling Confirming No EU261
Compensation Is Due During Internal Strikes
They are coming home: YL-PSI lands at Shannon from Copenhagen
@ghimlay “As of this week, travelers who fail to unlock their devices risk prosecution and potential fines of 5,000 New Zealand dollars, about $3,295.” via @NYTimes.
@ghimlay Biometrics is the future when it comes to travel, says @jlgeraghty – “Picture a world where you show up and your passport is your face.”
@ghimlay No decision (still) on @JetBlue transatlantic service. CEO Robin Hayes says airline’s priority is the introduction of the A220 in 2020: “We can’t allow anything to distract us from that.”
@ghimlay .@JetBlue CFO says he “absolutely” wants airline to be investment-grade, believes its balance sheet is there but acknowledges the cyclical nature of the industry. Continues to work with ratings agencies but “I don’t stay awake at night thinking about that”.
@WandrMe “If we’re making an investment in a part of the customer experience and we’re not getting paid for it then we’re going to change.” @martysg says the unbundling of checked bags now delivers $400mm per annum to $JBLU. #PaxEx.
Air Force One replica sails up Potomac River
Sikorsky Raider Helicopter Hits 200 Knots
Tours and Experiences: The Next Great Untapped Market in Online Travel
Travel by Air France – Dublin
Welcome to Copa Airlines’ MAX Era