Published on October 24th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/10/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Automatic Appoints Acumen for EASA CAMO Transition Project:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 22 October

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 22 October

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 22 October

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 22 October

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 22 October:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Icelandair commences Boeing 737 MAX 8 service on Dublin route 

Ryanair’s first Boeing 737 MAX 200 to be registered as EI-HAT 

Aircraft Update:

C-FTJH Boeing 737-8BK c/n 29642 Sunwing Airlines Katowice-Dublin-Toronto 18/10/18 after summer lease to Travel Service Poland.

EI-GXI Boeng 737-800 c/n 44851 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 23/10/18.

2-ATRA ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1318 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Woensdrecht-St. Gallen-Billund-Mönchengladbach 22-23/10/18 ex B-22823.

Global Aviation News:

Gatwick chief warns of more industry turbulence

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Jet Airways Cancels Wet Leasing Deal With TruJet

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Jet Airways Seeks Loan Moratorium to Ease Cash Crunch

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JetBlue Sees Cheaper Luxury Seats Spurring Trans-Atlantic Travel

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Kenya Airways Union Warns of Strike as U.S. Flights to Start

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Lufthansa Is Giving Boeing a Shot at New Wide-Body Deal

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TAP Express CEO Strikes Out At Long Industry Lead Times

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These Airlines Offer the Best In-Flight Wi-Fi—if You’re Lucky

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Irish Aviation News:

Air France to Increase Capacity from Cork Airport by 24%

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Automatic Appoints Acumen for EASA CAMO Transition Project

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Awas Aviation directors share in €16m bonanza

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Mason Hayes & Curran raises concern over diversity of aviation sector

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Russia’s biggest bank expands its Irish aviation leasing operation

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Ryanair First Half Earnings: Short-Term Issues Become Opportunities

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Ryanair Holdings – Guidance maintained; industry leadership position unchanged  – Davy Research

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Ryanair’s O’Leary Says Happy to Continue as CEO for 2 to 3 Years

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Ryanair readies for Banja Luka launch

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Shannon runway works up for engineering award

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Tweet Picks:

@bennyfactor Replying to @jonostrower 737th 737 last flew in 2013 as PK-YTF for Batavia, 747th 747 last flew in 2012 as D-ABTA for Lufthansa. 757th 757 is flying as N710TW for Delta. 767th 767 is flying as N1049A for Atlas Air. 777th 777 is flying as F-GZND for Air France.

@e_russell American claims that Phoenix is its “mountains to the world” hub, but DOT connecting traffic data tells another story.

@ghimlay .@JetBlue CEO says he’s confident airline will expand margins in 2019 even if fuel rises, optimistic in airline’s proactive approach in adjusting capacity and other measures to mitigate high fuel prices.

@jonostrower Boeing 787 number 787 is currently on the final assembly line. It will eventually fly for China Southern.

@WandrMe Datalex and Sabre updates both needed to get Fare Families 2.0 up and running $JBLU also working on a RFP for a new PSS solution. But many features are extracted from the core PSS so it should be easier than last time around. #PaxEx.

Video Picks:

How Customers Can Find Value in the Currency of Miles and Points

Ryanair CEO: Brexit is a ‘shambles’ | Squawk Box Europe

Ryanair has been grappling with its own internal problems: Analyst | Capital Connection 

Ryanair’s O’Leary Says Happy to Continue as CEO for 2 to 3 Years

United’s Oscar Munoz on Q3 results, jet fuel and Q4 outlook


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