Published on October 15th, 2018 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/10/2018

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:

Ryanair adds a record six Boeing 737-800 aircraft in 27 hour period as fleet to grows to 450: 

Turkish Airlines introduces Boeing 737 MAX 8 on Dublin route: 

Aircraft Update:

EI-GFA Boeing 777-31H c/n 32715 Rossiya Airlines Delivered Dubai-Moscow Vnukovo 09/10/18 ex A6-EBS.

EI-GFB Boeing 777-31H c/n 32730 Rossiya Airlines Delivered Dubai-Moscow Vnukovo 11/10/18 ex A6-EBT.

N765CK Boeing 767-3P6(F) c/n 26238 Kalitta Air Delivered Mexico City-Detroit Metro-Oscoda–Wurtsmith 06/10/18 after freighter conversion ex 2-EUNF.

Global Aviation News:

Air Baltic Looks to JetBlue Founder David Neeleman for Guidance

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Airbus’s Emirates Deal to Save A380 Jumbo Has Stalled

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Bankruptcy of WOW air would lead to serious recession, GDP would shrink by 3%

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Calgary-to-Europe routes ‘a game-changer’: WestJet CEO

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Cello Aviation goes bust

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EasyJet boss predicts more airline failures following Primera Air collapse

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Emirates’ Sir Tim Clark on the A380, Etihad and his successor 

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Excise Duty Cut On Aviation Turbine Fuel To Benefit IndiGo The Most

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HNA Is in Advanced Talks to Sell Swissport to Brookfield

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Nigeria’s Amcon Says Some Local Airlines May Collapse Over Debt

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Norwegian Now Non-U.S. Leader in Transatlantic NYC Market

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Pratt Gearbox Issue Said to Cause Airbus A320neo Grounding

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Qatar Airways Chief Says Airline Is Now Short Of Aircraft, As Growth Resumes Despite Trade Boycott

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Tarom CEO complains about high Bucharest airport taxes

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The World’s Biggest Holiday Company Plans to Bank on Rivals Failing

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Chief Executive to step down

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Atran Airlines to Lease GECAS 737-800 Freighters

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CDB Aviation Celebrates Office Relocation to 1GQ in Dublin

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Helitech 2018: Airbus bags €2m Irish support contract

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Jetlines Makes Additional Payment for Takeoff under AerCap Lease Agreement

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JOE GILL: No surprise if airlines collapse as winter sets in

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LaudaMotion, Lufthansa to drop dispute on leasing contracts

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New September Record As Dublin Airport Welcomes 2.9 Million Passengers

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Ryanair announces 15 new routes from Ireland in biggest ever summer schedule

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Ryanair Holdings – Growth model to endure – the rest is noise 

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Ryanair former exec tapped as CEO of new narrowbody lessor

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Ryanair invests €100m in Portugal with 12 new routes

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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday supplement October 14 2018

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Zephyrus Aviation Capital Announces Closing of ZCAP 2018-1

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Tweet Picks:

@GovMalloyOffice We created the #CTAirportAuthority to free @Bradley_Airport from bureaucracy that hamstrung it in the past & bring a renewed focus to make it more attractive to new routes, airlines & ways to increase our economic viability – now those efforts are being internationally recognized.

@LARA_editor Long-haul low-cost – sustainability of the model still unclear after @primeraair collapse, @wow_air bond issue, & @Fly_Norwegian still apparently a takeover target, says @JohnLStrickland #era18 @eraaorg . Are there enough viable secondary markets?.

@LARA_editor The proposed collaboration between @cityjet & @AirNostrumLAM focused on European ACMI market could be a real game changer & step change for regional aviation, says @JohnLStrickland #era18 @eraaorg.

@LARA_editor 66% rise in European ACMI flights in last 5 years, says @BBD_Aircraft @RyanDebrusk #era18 . Over 8000 flights this year. 8% rise in market share of Europe’s regional market to 22% in 2018 from 2014. Average CRJ Series age in ACMI sector is 6yrs compared to 12yrs for the rest.

@SatuDahl_ERA “EU261 is the biggest threat to aviation industry” says Michael Weinstein @TusAirways at the @eraaorg General Assembly CEO debate #era18.

Video Picks:

Best fundamental setup for airlines since 2014, says top analyst 

Demand has never been healthier for our brand and product, says Delta CEO

More airlines offering basic economy fares 

Ryanair full press conference October 11 2018

Vincent Harrison growth and Pressure Points at Dublin airport 


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