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Published on November 9th, 2018 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 09/11/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

 
Acumen Appoints Kenneth D. Coursey as SVP Technical & Asset Managementhttp://bit.ly/2qsr7Yj
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 Novemberhttp://bit.ly/2F4q4Ic
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 November: http://bit.ly/2yNubTi
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 5 Novemberhttp://bit.ly/2Oq9GAU
 
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 5 Novemberhttp://bit.ly/2Ot3hFv
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 Novemberhttp://bit.ly/2SJp0w2
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
 
Aer Lingus to maximize Airbus A321LR opportunitieshttp://bit.ly/2zpOxl7
Boeing commences production of first Ryanair Boeing 737 MAX 200http://bit.ly/2qtxHxx
Aircraft Update:
 
OE-LOB Airbus A320-232 c/n 2928 Laudamotion Delivered Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen-Shannon 05/11/18 ex TC-JPC.
Global Aviation News:
 
Almost half of Chinese companies are set to boost their business travel spend, but an increasing share of this will remain in China
Boeing Issues Bulletin for 737 Max After Indonesia Jet Crash
Could the number of flights per person be limited? Norway is leading the way on this radical thinking
European airline shake-up will continue, says easyJet’s CEO
IAG: Capital reduction by means of treasury share cancellation
 
Icelandair buys WOW air, creates a powerful competitor
 
Jetlines CEO: Canada does not have a true LCC but that is about to change
Lufthansa Group considering Eurowings’ long haul ops shift to Frankfurt Airport: CEO
New generation aircraft could reshape route economics; Asia Pacific airlines have much to gain
Norwegian to cut routes to offset oil and engine costs
US aviation: recession threat could undermine US corporate growth
While Brexit may dominate the political headlines in the UK and Europe, British holidaymakers appear seemingly oblivious to its potential impact
Wizz Air lowers annual profits forecast as rising fuel costs bite
‘WOW air brand will survive as a leading low cost long haul airline operating on our own AOC’: CEO
 
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus aims to become leading value carrier across the North Atlantic
CDB Aviation and SpiceJet Sign Lease Agreement for Three 737 MAX Aircraft
GTLK Europe’s chief on the company’s international business ambitions
Ryanair Launches New Malta To Amman Route
Ryanair plans EX-YU expansion in 2019
Sirius Aircraft Leasing Fund targets mid November 2018 initial placing and offer
SMBC Aviation eyes opportunities as airlines come under stress
Tweet Picks:
 
@e_russell Airbus’ pitch in July was that the A330-800 was customisable, where airlines could lower the MTOW or thrust rating for improved economics.
@e_russell Airbus still sees the A330-800neo as a replacement for remaining 767 fleets – even though it has yet to land another US order to do so.
@ghimlay But Mexico City airport situation is concerning, says Avianca CEO. “The [current] airport is not an airport for a city of that magnitude and relevance.”
@Oliver__Clark EasyJet’s Johnan Lundgren describes Icelandair’s takeover of Wow as ‘not surprising’ #WTM2018.
@staralliance .@tapairportugal is the first #airline in the world to operate the new A330-900neo aircraft. Equipped with the new version of the Airspace cabin, it consumes up to 14% less fuel per seat and is set to be the world’s most #efficient wide-bodied aircraft.
Video Picks:
 
AirAsia Group CEO: Airline safety is a ‘marathon’ | Capital Connection
Delta Air Lines | From Up Here
Emirates spreads Diwali joy in Dubai
Norwegian is the greenest airline on transatlantic flights
We’re Doubling Down on Customer Experience, Says United CEO

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