Published on November 29th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/11/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 November:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 November:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 19 November:  
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 19 November:
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 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-EWH Airbus A330-223 c/n 891 Standard Chartered Aviation Finance Ferried Dublin-Lourdes 27/11/18 in Arik Air colours ex 5N-JIC.

OE-IHI Airbus A319-132 c/n 2631 AerCap Ferried Lourdes-Keflavik-Bangor-Goodyear 27-28/11/18 ex AP-BNL.

OE-IHQ Airbus A320-232 c/n 2029 Celestial Aviation Parked at Lourdes 27/11/18 ex D-ASPE.

OE-IHR Airbus A320-232 c/n 2077 Celestial Aviation Parked at Lourdes 27/11/18 ex D-ASPF.

Global Aviation News:

Airlines Jump as Spirit Air Boosts Industry Comeback Optimism

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Boeing, Turkish Airlines Announce Order for Additional 777 Jets

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Corporates Outlook 2019/Airlines: Flight paths diverge on fuel prices, US competition, slow growth

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Dubai Aerospace Raises Bond Repurchase Program by $300 Million

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Icelandair Group: Shareholder’s Meeting on 30 November and Bondholders

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Lufthansa sees three Europe carriers in global ‘champions league’

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Russian Banks Plan Massive Regional Airline Project

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Southwest Air CEO Sees Risk of Cost Pressure Lingering After 2019

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UK Airlines Say Brexit Uncertainty Starting to Hurt Demand

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WOW air downsizes its fleet by four aircraft

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WOW air hf. publishes weakened financial projections and information on decrease of sales and liquidity concerns

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus paid out €200m dividend for 2017 as profit hit record

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Irish airports to take €14m hit on new EU baggage screening rules

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Irish carrier CityJet named Regional Airline of the Year

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Ireland flies high as a centre of excellence for aviation

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Ryanair’s route rise warms up S19 at Budapest

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Spanish Labour Inspectorate finds Ryanair breached employment law

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The first ‘Irish Times’ sustainability survey: airlines

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Tweets Picks:

@CAPA_Aviation @AAPAirlines director general Andrew Herdman: Growth in Asia is being “throttled” by infrastructure constraints #capasummit.

@CAPA_Aviation @GulfAir CEO Krešimir Kučko: LCC and FSC business models are “pretty much equalised” in Europe, with LCC penetration accounting for around 50% #capasummit

@CAPA_Aviation  IATA‘s Chief Economist, Brian Pearce: Airlines recognising the challenge of hiring pilots, linked to professional development and training. Pilot shortages will “continue to be a pressure point” #CAPASummit

@CAPA_Aviation @WeAreALPA regulatory counsel and senior attorney David Semanchik: Both the UK and EU have an understanding of the needs of incumbent operators #CAPASummitCopy link to Tweet

@WebInTravel  Airlines are the good guys of globalization, we should talk about that more” – Carsten Spohr, Chairman/CEO, Lufthansa #capasummit#berlin

Video Picks:
Air Passenger Growth Fails To Keep Pace With Seat Additions In October #BQ
Airlines Recovering From Snow Delays And Cancellations

Company through merger and getting back to basics: Alaska Airlines CEO

IndiGo passengers will have to shell out extra for web check-in

Inside United Airlines’ Pilot Training Simulator


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