Published on November 28th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/11/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 26 November:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 26 November:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 26 November:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 26 November:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 26 November:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Fourth Boeing 737 MAX 8 for Ethiopian Airlines delivered through Dublin Airport: 

Ryanair fleet grows to 452 Boeing 737-800 aircraft: 

Aircraft Update:

EI-EZC Airbus A319-112 c/n 2879 Rossiya Ferried Woensdrecht Pulkovo 26/11/18 for Volotea.

EI-FJG Boeing 737-8JP c/n 37818 FlyBondi Ferried Budapest-Lasham 27/11/18 prior delivery to become LV-HXQ.

EI-SIH Airbus A320-251N c/n 8551 SAS Airlines (Ireland) Delivered Hamburg Finkenwerder -Copenhagen 27/11/18.

Global Aviation News:

Adria Becomes Latest European Airline to Commit to Superjet

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Airbus Plans Tweak to Fend Off Boeing’s New Mid-Size Jet

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Air Lease Corporation Announces Lease Placement of 15 New Airbus Aircraft with Vistara

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Boeing Homes In on NMA Business Case

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IATA: Sweden has ‘failed to align its airport charges process with international best practices’

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Icelandair Group to delay the acquisition of WOW Air

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Lithuanian airports unveil initiative to facilitate growth

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Loftleidir Icelandic’s subsidiary submits binding offer for majority shares of Cabo Verde Airlines

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Low Cost Carrier battle for Vienna helps elevate Austria to world’s fastest growing top 50 aviation market this winter

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SCAC and Adria Airways: LOI for 15 SSJ100 and MRO Joint Venture

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Taxes just one of Latin American aviation’s hurdles to cross

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Irish Aviation News:

Airport boss lets fly at his ministerial masters

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CDB Aviation and Evelop Airlines Sign Lease Agreement for One A330-300 Aircraft

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Norwegian Air to reduce Dublin and Shannon services to US

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Passenger record lifts Knock profits

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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce bullish on corporate travel demand, despite slackening retail and business confidence; Premium Economy is playing a “vital role”

‘When we lose one of the family, we all feel the pain’ – Airport staff pay tribute to colleague

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Tweet Picks:

@airBaltic Martin Gauss (@gaussm) at #CAPASummit: We hold 71% of the European order book on Airbus A220-300. We continue to better connect Baltics to the world and can now reach Abu Dhabi and fly the same aircraft to Tallinn.

@CAPA_Aviation @airBaltic board chairman and CEO Martin Gauss: “We’re set for the future” with single fleet type of A220 aircraft #CAPASummit

@CAPA_Aviation @Polish_Airlines CEO Rafał Milczarski: The aviation industry is the “survival of the fittest”, adding “everything will be determined at the next downturn” #capasummit

@hjelnaes #CAPASummit Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr say Lufthansa is ready to pick-up aircraft orders at good deals by Airbus and Boeing from airlines that fail or cannot take parts of their orders.

@OpenJawTech For @lufthansa Berlin will not becoming a third hub airport. It will remain point to point says Carsten Spohr #CAPASummit.

Video Picks:

Air NZ boss wants to work with smaller airlines on regional routes, defends company after Shane

Aviation Ministry To Review The Airlines’ Web Check-In Charges

Eoghan Corry RTE Marian Finucane Show Nov 25 2018

Europe Inspiration Zone: Meet David Burling, CEO Markets & Airlines, TUI Group

United Airlines Boeing 767-300ER Aircraft Tour & Cabin/Seat Reviews at Newark Airport Day


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