Published on October 17th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief 17/10/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 October

India Aviation industry newsletter 16 October

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 16 October  

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 16 October

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 October

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

ASL Airlines Boeing 737-300 EI-STA completes Aer Lingus wet-lease operation

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:

YL-PSD Boeing 737-86N c/n 28618 Genesis Ireland Aviation Ferried Chania-Woensdrecht  15/10/18.

YL-PSH Boeing 737-86N c/n 34247 Genesis Ireland Aviation Ferried Chania-Woensdrecht  15/10/18.

Global Aviation News:

AirBaltic A220-300 delivers higher-than-expected fuel savings

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Alitalia unions urge development of long-haul network

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CFM ‘Closing Gap’ on Leap Delivery Target

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Delta CEO emphasises ability to upsell, corporate travellers ‘picking up steam’

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Doric on why it eschews PaxEx deviations in the secondhand market

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Dutch aviation industry pays EUR780m p/a in taxes, levies: KLM

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Fees, fuel and axed flights: What to look for in airline earnings

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Infrastructure Failures Stifling Vietnam’s Growth Potential

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Istanbul New Airport: impact on other airports in Istanbul and beyond

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JetBlue to Embark on Major Network Reorganization

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Lufthansa CityLine to fly the Airbus A319

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Northeast Asian Hubs Suffer from Devastating Typhoon Season

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TAP Air Portugal Aims for December EIS of Its First A330neo

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Turkish Airlines SWOT: more growth for the Istanbul superconnector

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Vista Global Seeks To Defragment Bizav Lift Industry

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Irish Aviation News:

Apollo Aviation Group Agrees to Be Acquired by the Carlyle Group

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Cyprus and Morocco are Ryanair’s stand out winter growth markets alongside its new Ukraine and Jordan operations

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New ‘making it easy’ campaign takes flight at Shannon Airport

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New restaurant to open as part of Belfast City Airport’s £15m investment

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Nordic Aviation Capital adds new strong minority shareholder, GIC, to further support growth ambitions

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Phila. officials head to Ireland, U.K. to boost business, tourism ties

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Plan for Waterford Airport future ‘being slow-walked’

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Ryanair appoints third new managing director for LaudaMotion

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Ryanair enlarges fleet of Ryanair Sun [German]

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Viva Air Labs Welcomes DCU Business School Students

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute Icelandair 737 MAX 9 to debut on 20FEB19, Reykjavik Keflavik – London Gatwick followed by Reykjavik Keflavik – Washington Dulles.

@designinginward Every airport restaurant is designed as if they had no idea that customers would have luggage with them. DeSIGHn.

@e_russell More hub-to-hub flying, new Chicago-Toronto service, and other frequency and connectivity improvements promised under planned Delta/WestJet partnership.

@e_russell United will not resume Newark-Hamburg service in 2019. “We have determined that our seasonal service between New York/Newark and Hamburg, Germany, does not meet our financial expectations and we will no longer offer seasonal service.

@ghimlay .@VoeGOLoficial, following in the footsteps of rival LATAM Brazil, will bring its loyalty program Smiles in-house. Airline will unify Smiles and Gol shareholders in one company, to migrate to Novo Mercado of the Sao Paulo stock exchange.

Video Picks:

Different By Design – Embraer Executive Jets

Exclusive: Interview With Ajay Singh, Owner of Spicejet

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Joint Committee on Transport, Tourism and Sport debate –  Wednesday, 26 September

Northern Ireland’s Aviation History


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