Published on October 9th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/10/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 8 October:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 October:

India Aviation industry newsletter 8 October:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 8 October:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 8 October:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 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-DBP Boeing 767-35H c/n 26389 Blue Panorama Airlines Ferried RomeFiumicino-Malta 01/10/18 to become 9H-KIA.

LV-HQH Boeing 737-800 c/n 42278 Norwegian Air Argentina Re-Delivered Stockholm Arland-Las Palmas-Augusto Severo International-Ministro Pistarini International 05-06/10/18 ex EI-FVO.

N821NC Embraer 190AR c/n 19000218 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Nashville International-Middle Georgia Regional 03/10/18 ex VH-ZPK.

4L-MGT Embraer 195LR c/n 19000029 Georgian Airways Delivered Maastricht-Tbilisi-Batumi International-Tbilisi 28-29/09/18 ex EI-GEG.

Global Aviation News:

Air New Zealand and Singapore Airlines welcome renewed regulatory approval for alliance

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Airbus: Orders & Deliveries – September 2018

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Dear Airports: We Want More Local, REAL Food..

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EasyJet sees September carryings rise by one million

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Hamburg summit proposes measures to fix German flight chaos

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How to Beat Jet Lag Without Coffee

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IAG start-up programme ‘not about success’

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IATA: Knock Down Barriers Limiting Aviation’s Benefits

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Monarch Airlines one-year on – eight routes missing in S18; and British Airways among carriers to pick up seats

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Predicting Airfare Is a $750 Million Business

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Prague Airport Prepares for More Widebodies from U.S. and Asia

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SE Asia-US market: new nonstop flights will be challenging to sustain

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What Fuller Airplanes Mean For Our Industry…

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Irish Aviation News:

Access to emergency departments in rural Ireland can be hard – so why don’t we have an air ambulance 

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Aeroflot launches flights to Dublin

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An entertaining biography of Ryanair messer-in-chief O’Leary

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Aer Lingus in threat to end recognition of trade union reps as row ramps up

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CityJet lost €30m last year as airline expanded

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Inflight Dublin and IdeaNova join forces to unlock the best PaxEx

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NAC delivered one Embraer E195, MSN 19000029, to Georgian Airways on lease

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Trading places: O’Leary and walsh fly different paths with unions

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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell American is making Phoenix more of a regional hub, that may be a good thing.

@e_russell “The whole idea behind an alliance is to work together to support each other like a family. But I don’t think that is any more the spirit of the alliance,” says Qatar Airways chief Al Baker.

@LuxuryTravelled Norwegian now the biggest international carrier into New York – times are changing!. 

@tomhaines29 Great news out of @AOPA Fly-in at Carbondale. In January the FAA will issue a notice of proposed rulemaking increasing max weight for a light sport airplane from 1320 lbs to 3600 lbs. And ADS-B rebate will be back again in a few days. More to come.

@winglets747 “Qatar Airways does not codeshare with Air Italy beyond Milan, we do not transfer passengers beyond Milan and we have no intention of doing it in the future.”

Video Picks:

Crossing the NAT – North Atlantic procedures – Shanwick, Gander, Iceland 

Delta Air Lines A220 takes to the skies for its first flight

Ethiopian Airlines Samuel Visit 

Global 7500 Business Jet Receives Type Certification

Riga to Barcelona in 2 Minutes on airBaltic Airbus A220-300


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