Published on November 7th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 07/11/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
Acumen Appoints Kenneth D. Coursey as SVP Technical & Asset Management
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 November
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 November:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 5 November
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 5 November
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 November
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Aer Lingus to maximize Airbus A321LR opportunities
Boeing commences production of first Ryanair Boeing 737 MAX 200
Aircraft Update:
C-FFPH Boeing 737-81D c/n 39440 Sunwing Airlines Ferried Dublin-Toronto 31/10/18 after summer-lease to TUI Airways.
C-GTQY Boeing 737-8Q8 c/n 30724 Air Transat Frrried Prague-Shannon-Vancouver 29/10/18 after summer-lease to Travel Service ex OK-TVY.
VH-ZPI Embraer 190AR c/n 19000202 Stobart Air Ferried Nashville-Tancredo 05/11/18  for paint prior delivery, to be ops for BA CityFlyer to registered as EI-GHK.
Global Aviation News:
Air Canada Struggles With How to Fill Planes in Winter
Airline consolidation ‘damaging aviation profitability’
Airline industry ‘not attractive to millennials’
Emirates shares ‘tips’ on how to get a seat upgrade
Emirates to introduce facial, iris recognition technology to flyers
Finnair invests in customer comfort: new ATR cabins in 2019, new Premium Economy class for long-haul as of 2021
IATA: Traffic Growth Slows in September 2018
Over 67 million flyers at Dubai airport in 9 months
SPAA president urges Scots to lobby MPs over Air Passenger Duty pledge
Turkey’s new Istanbul airport to be world’s largest
WOW-Icelandair combo may help Airbus, hurt Boeing in A321LR/XLR-NMA campaigns
Irish Aviation News:
A double celebration for Belfast’s Woodgate Aviation
AerCap Holdings N.V. (AER) CEO Aengus Kelly on Q3 2018 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
Denver International Airport looking to expand international flights to unserved markets would like new Dublin Airport route
Minister Welcomes News of North Runway Contract Award
No changes to NI air passenger duty or tourism tax
Political leaders united in letter to Theresa May over air passenger duty
Q3 2018 Quality of Service Report of Dublin Airport
RTÉ queries airport’s invoice for coverage
Runway success as 2,500 runners take off at Cork Airport
Third terminal on the table as Ross publishes capacity review
UK opens formal inquiry into CityJet-Aer Lingus deal
Tweet Picks:
@e_russell And, at least for now, United is the only operator of all three 787 variants: -8, -9 and -10.
@e_russell United takes its first 787-10, making it the third global – first in the Americas – operator of the largest in the #Dreamliner family.
@ghimlay .@Avianca CEO says entrance of LCCs in Latin America has grown the pie, the new competition has forced airline to be more efficient. “It’s brought some cost discipline that was lacking in Avianca.”
@Tim_the_Pilot As predicted, BA via IAG Investor Day briefing yesterday (2nd Nov 2018) have confirmed more B744s will receive cabin upgrades with the retirement of 5 B747-400 hulls being delayed to 2020. In effect hulls earmarked next to go, upgraded & extended instead.
Video Picks:
British Airways Boeing 767’s – A Farewell Tribute Compilation
British Airways launches direct flights between Durban and London
In the making: Airbus A330-800
Is paying to select your seat the thin end of the wedge?
Jefferies analysts says Boeing remains a ‘safe haven’ stock


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