Published on November 13th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 13/11/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 November:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 November:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 12 November:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 12 November:
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 November:
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Ryanair fleet expands to 449 Boeing 737-800 aircraft:
Ryanair Sun embarks on ambitious fleet expansion:
Aircraft Update:
EI-GHF Airbus A320-232 c/n 2138 IndiGo Airlines Ferried Doha-Larnaca 08/11/18 prior delivery to become VT-IKE.
LY-SPF Airbus A320-214 c/n 967 Small Planet Airlines Ferried Vilnius-St Athan 12/11/18 for part-out & scrap.
UR-SQD Boeing 737-73V c/n 32413 SkyUp Airlines Delivered Lasham-Kiev Zhuliany 12/11/18 ex EI-GEZ.
5B-DCY Airbus A320-214 c/n 2875 Sky High V Co Ferried Larnaca-Lourdes 12/11/18 in Cobalt Air colours.
5B-DCZ Airbus A320-214 c/n 2875 Sky High V Co Ferried Larnaca-Lourdes 12/11/18 in Cobalt Air colours.
Global Aviation News:
As WTTC publishes the world’s top ten cities by tourism market size, we bring an economic value of air transport parameter into the equation
Airline outlook: unbundling, fare families, ancillaries
BA owner seeks support from Spain in case of no-deal Brexit
Canada logs impressive visitor growth during the summer high season, but declines in some long haul markets clouds the performance
Jet Airways’ Liabilities Surge After Third Consecutive Loss
New Mexico City Airport cancellation raises issues for the whole region
Norwegian Air May Survive After All
Qantas’ economics of regional Australia airfares and discount programme
Things All Travelers Should Do Before They Travel
US transborder: markets still await response on Delta-WestJet JV
Irish Aviation News:
Dublin Airport Welcomes 14 New Services This Winter
Fly Leasing Reports Third Quarter 2018 Financial Results
Former Ryanair CFO expected to raise $500m through IPO and debt for new leasing firm
Milestone celebration for local Air Corps men
Norwegian flies 100,000 passengers between Shannon and USA
Ryanair confirm at last that they will be flying to and from Corvera
Ryanair launches first of five new winter routes from Faro
SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Airbus A320-200 neo aircraft to Sky Airline S.A
Ten Easy Pieces: Meet Duty Free Global Founder Barry Geoghegan
Tourism Ireland SOAR (Situation & Outlook Analysis Report) October/November 2018
Tweet Picks:
@AirlineFlyer “Delta plans to utilize spare, wide-body aircraft equipped with Delta One business class lie-flat seats for employee accommodations onsite if needed.” This isn’t “crazy.” Delta did this at JFK during a snow storm last year.
@Airlineroute Ethiopian Airlines’ inaugural service to Manchester on 11DEC18 is now scheduled with 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft, instead of 787-8.
@flee_MWings Another one bites the dust… Passengers from KUL pay high airport charges just for transiting at Gold Coast! Makes little sense! This looks like another route that Airasia X needs to revisit when it gets the A330Neo.
@tonyfernandes Pier CLOSED again. Water all over the taxiway.  Perhaps the management should focus and work with its customers rather than lack of replies and going against its customers at every juncture. This is the the problem is monopolies.
@www16Right We’re probably down to the last 1 or 2yrs of Boeing #B747-400 Pax Operations @SydneyAirport, however the B747 will not disappear from our skies. Many Air Freight operators still use the B747F, and the new B747-8F freighters should be around for another 20yrs – Polar N452PA.
Video Picks:
AirAsia is ready for Japan
Antonov takeoff with first European Service Module
Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce on Fuel Costs, Free Cash Flow, Air Fares, Long-Haul Trips
What You Need to Know About Airline Partnerships & Alliances
Wizz Air Cuts Full-Year Profit Forecast


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