Published on December 4th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/12/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 December:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 December:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 3 December:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 3 December:
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 December:
Aircraft Update:
EI-FJG Boeing 737-8JP c/n 37818 FlyBondi Ferried Budapest-London Gatwick-Lasham 27-30/12/18 not taken up.
EI-LIX Airbus A320-214 c/n 8604 Ernst Airlines Delivered Toulouse-Naples 03/12/18 for painting.
LV-ISQ Boeing 737-800 c/n 42280  Norwegian Air Argentina Positioned Stockholm Arlanda-Las Palmas-Augusto Severo-Ministro Pistarini 01-2/12/18 after transfer ex EI-FVT.
SP-RSK Boeing 737-800 c/n 44847 Ryanair Sun Positioned London Stansted-Krakow 29/11/18 ex EI-GSD.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus Unlocks Emirates A380 Logjam But Engine Standoff Goes On
Airlines for America Applauds New Air Service Agreement Reached Between U.S. and UK Governments
Flexjet Europe Gears Up for More Growth
‘Halal Richard Branson’ expects his UK airline to soar in 2019
HNA Puts Billions More on the Block in New Sales Push
Indian MRO Business Drowning in Tax Burden
Indian Oil Reduces Jet Fuel Prices to Lowest in Seven Months CEO calls for more restrictions on pre-flight drinking to combat disruptive pax behaviour
Oman Air keen on greater interaction with India
Small Planet folds after licence suspended
UK and U.S. Reach Post-Brexit Open Skies Deal
Why India’s Airlines Struggle to Take Off
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus chief says staff stealing ‘many millions of euro’ from customers and colleagues
Avolon takes back control of four aircraft leased to troubled Wow Air
Belfast engineering firm invests £175k in aerospace expansion
Department reaches agreement with Galway Aviation Services in relation to Aran Islands air service and Connemara Airport
Former Ryanair CFO Millar puts aviation leasing IPO on hold
Irish aircraft lessors broker deals with Brazilian manufacturer
Ryanair Launches New Dublin Routes To Dubrovnik & Split
Ryanair’s Portugal-based cabin crew reach agreement with airline on labour legislation
Tweet Picks:
@e_russell Avianca, Copa and United would control 26% of the US-Latin America capacity, second to American-LATAM’s 32%, under their proposed JV.
@ghimlay .@aircanada regulatory affairs manager says Colombian tax of $80 on Canadian visitors is not in favour of promoting tourism. While tax is a result of a diplomatic dispute, travellers have no idea, she points out #AviationDayCOL.
@ghimlay .@LATAMAirlines CEO Enrique Cueto says he’s confident the airline’s Trent 1000 problems are resolved. Airline expects to have two aircraft grounded at year-end (down from peak of 13). “The big crisis is over,” says Cueto #AviationDayCOL.
@ghimlay Viva Air is ready to seize the void left by the suspension of LC Peru, and the LCC group is warming up to the idea of expanding into Brazil, following recent presidential elections #AviationDayCOL.
@jonostrower This would be an enormous blow to Boeing. Only Southwest & FlyDubai have ordered more 737 Max aircraft.
Video Picks:
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Digital distribution, how airlines are missing out on tremendous upside
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Why the three big US airlines are dissolving into a big homogenous blob?


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