Published on October 30th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/10/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Joins Hong Kong Aircraft Leasing and Aviation Finance Association (HKALA):

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:  

EI-GXI Boeing 737-800 Delivered to Ryanair 

63 weekly flights between Dublin and Frankfurt Main in winter 2018/19 

Aircraft Update:

EI-FJO Boeing 737-8JP c/n 42076 Norwegian Air International Position London Gatwick-St John’s-Pointe-à-Pitre 27/10/18 for winter operations.

EI-FJS Boeing 737-8JP c/n 41153 Norwegian Air International Position Copenhagen-St John’s-Martinique 27/10/18 for winter operations.

OE-IHD Airbus A320-232 c/n 3270 LaudaMotion at Shannon 28/10/18 to become OE-LOA.

OY-PSA Boeing 737-8Q8 c/n 30688 Enter Air painted at Shannon 28/10/18 to become SP-.

Global Aviation News:

Air Arabia celebrates 15th anniversary with new brand identity

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Boeing Set Up For Long-Term Profitability, Cash Flow (Radio)

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British Airways Owner Hasn’t Quite Given Up Hope on Landing Norwegian

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Cash-Strapped HNA Puts Fleet of Luxury Jets Up for Sale

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No merger with Etihad, UK remains vital market: Emirates

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Royal Brunei Airlines cuts Dubai-London flights

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Rolls-Royce Says It’s ‘Far Short’ of Engines for Airbus Jet

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SEC Filing Shows American Airlines Loses Money Flying, All Profit Comes From Frequent Flyer Miles

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Small Planet Airlines goes into insolvency

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Toronto Island Airport Ends Free Snacks at Porter Hub

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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap workers share €67m in pay bonanza

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Aer Lingus announces two new Cork routes for summer 2019

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CALC Appoints David Morris as Head of Technical & Asset Management

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Cross Ocean Partners Closes its First Aviation Fund at $438 Million

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GECAS faces difficulties in repossessing two ex-Cobalt A320s

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Genesis expands its aircraft leasing team with key industry appointments

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh: we don’t need third Dublin air terminal

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Jackson Square Aviation Announces Leadership Succession Plan

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Ryanair CEO expects further European consolidation

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Ryanair Signs Agreements With Belgian Pilot & Cabin Crew Unions CNE-CSC & LBC-NVK

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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Boeing 737-800 aircraft to Solaseed

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The Aer Lingus Miracle: How a troubled Irish carrier became a star

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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement: Aviation fastens seatbelt for a turbulent winter

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute Air India resumes Mumbai – New York JFK nonstop service on 07DEC18, 3 weekly 777-300ER. The airline last served this nonstop route until October 2010 with 777-200LR.

@e_russell Embraer touts E2 costs – 10% better than the A220, they say – in effort to land US orders.

@e_russell The decision to hold off on delivering the E175-E2 until 2021 is a “commercial decision, precisely because the E1 is still in production for the US market”, says @embraer. #ALTAforum.

@e_russell US carriers have ordered E175-E1s in droves since the current upgauging programme began in 2012, and they continue to top up their orders. Like United’s order for 25 E175s at Farnborough this July. #ALTAforum.

@ghimlay .@ALTA_aero president and @Avianca CEO Hernan Rincon says his “number one headache” is the state of airports in the region #ALTAForum.

Video Picks:

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In the making: Delta Air Lines’ first A220 


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