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Published on December 18th, 2018 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 18/12/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 December: http://bit.ly/2EoTm29
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 December: http://bit.ly/2A1WmOO
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 16 December: http://bit.ly/2ChyJUj
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 16 December: http://bit.ly/2rFlaYs
 
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 December: http://bit.ly/2A44pe3
 
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
 
Dublin’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner Hat Trick: http://bit.ly/2EjiAzH
 
EI-GXM Boeing 737-800 Delivered to Ryanair: http://bit.ly/2rpEj0t
Aircraft Update:
 
OE-IBE Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 27983 AerCap Ferried Shannon-Bangor 18/12/18 ex YL-PSI.
OY-YCF ATR72-212A(600) c/n 969 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Billund-Toulouse-Francazal 14/12/18 ex PR-ATB.
SE-RTC Boeing 737-8 MAX c/n 63973 Norwegian Air Sweden Delivered Boeing Field-Stockholm Arlanda 17/12/18.
Global Aviation News:
 
Air Astana issues fleet RFP for new low-cost unit
Amazon Go Convenience At Airports Could Be A Huge Opportunity For The Airline Industry
 
Argentine ULCC Plans To Keep Maintenance Lean As It Grows
Boeing’s Cancellation Battle With Fast Grower
Boeing 757 In Numbers
Ethiopian Airways leads cross-border strategy in Africa
Full visa liberalisation for Chinese travellers into Europe could generate EUR12.5 billion per annum in additional inbound spending
Loganair plans to revamp fleet
 
Singapore Airlines A350-900ULR creates premium economy glut
Irish Aviation News:
Arora Reportedly In Talks To Develop Dublin Airport Hotel
 
Boeing completes Ryanair 737-800 deliveries
 
CityJet on a high as wet-lease move helps cut losses
 
Council Chief: ‘no Airbus proposal for airport site’
Jury Still Out on Ryanair’s Thorny Dealings With Unions
Nordic Aviation Capital and PFA, Denmark’s largest customer-owned pension company, agree a US$470 million loan
Subsidiary of Ryanair Laudamotion to launch Kyiv-Vienna flight from Feb. 2
TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement 16 December 
Tweet Picks:
 
@e_russell Fascinating – Delta is raising revenues from more sources than just selling seats. Only  ~48% of top line revenue will be from economy seats in 2018, down from ~63% in 2011. $DAL.
@ghimlay .@SunCountryAir has embarked on a shift to fleet ownership, plans to have at least 40% of its fleet on capital leases or directly owned by this time next year.
@kcreedy Cross-over jets provide more opportunity to open up new markets, @embraer told @AvWeek. “Shift of focus from competing to creating new markets which will have the potential of a 10% premium on fares.
@LARA_editor Battle between @Airbus & @BoeingAirplanes as @airastana looks to conclude RFP by end Q1 2019 for planned new domestic Kazakh-based LCC #FlyArystan . Straight fight between #A320neo & #B737MAX . CEO Foster says not considering #A220. #avgeek #aviation.
@winglets747 United’s new SFO-Delhi flight will add yield pressure to the large basket of sixth freedom players (European, Gulf and Northeast Asian).
Video Picks:
 
APEX Insider: Aviation 2020-2070 with Futurist Matthew Griffin
Dublin Embraer E190 E2 Demonstration Flight Nov 28 2018
How A Former Monk Saved Japan Airlines | Inside The Storm | CNA Insider
IATA NDC Leaderboard Airlines
Pilots Fear Drone Strikes as Number of Sightings Increase

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