Published on January 30th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/01/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation to attend ISTAT Americas 2017:  

Acumen Aviation sponsors Aircraft Records & Total Asset Management Dublin Conference:

Aircraft Update:

EI-FTO Boeing 737-800 c/n 44765 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 27/01/17.

EI-FVI Boeing 737-800 c/n 42274 Norwegian Air International Delivered Boeing Field-Oslo 27/01/17.

TC-OBN Airbus A320-232 c/n 2571 Onur Air Ferried Istanbul-Woensdrecht 27/01/17 on return to lessor.

VT-JNN Boeing 737-85R c/n 29041 Jet Airways Ferried Bombay-Jeddah-Lourdes 28/29-01/17 on return to lessor.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Emirates Airlines 2600th Boeing 777 flight to Dublin:

Global Aviation News:

Air Berlin Flying Solo

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Air Serbia – sole milestone in Etihad’s partner strategy 

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American Air’s Labor Discord Stymies CEO Push to Change Culture

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Embraer CEO: 2017 won’t be any less challenging than 2016

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Emirates Stokes Ire of U.S. Airlines With Flights Through Greece

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Norwegian poised for major expansion

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Pot, Kettle, Black: The U.S. And Norwegian Air

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Southwest Gets Ready for a Fleet of Brand-New 737s

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Southwest Surges Most in Seven Years as Pricing Power Improves

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WOW Air to start Iceland – Israel flights

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Irish Aviation News:

More Details of December Flight from to New York from Belfast International Airport

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Norwegian Set to Take Off From Belfast

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Passenger charges at Dublin Airport will rise to fund planned €320m runway development

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Ryanair launches new Milan Malpensa winter schedule

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Ryanair To Complain Against Lufthansa-Air Berlin Deal

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Ryanair Tweets Confirmation London – Osjiek Route Cancelled

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Turkish Airlines goes Back to 14 Flights Weekly from Dublin from March 

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Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement 29 January

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Tweets of the day:

@AirlineFlyer .@AmericanAir :Basic and premium economy are worth more than a billion dollars of incremental revenue #PaxEx.

@e_russell  $AAL hopes to have basic Y fares offered in all domestic markets by “early 2018”, says pres Isom.

@e_russell  $AAL will take 57 mainline and 12 regional aircraft in 2017, totalling gross capex of $4.1bn.

@e_russell Intl growth is driven by completion of 777-200 retrofits in 2Q17, and new markets added in 2016.

@e_russell  “This is all about tapping into the willingness to pay for the existing product,” says $AAL exec on basic economy.

@e_russell “This is the final year of the big capital expenditures for aircraft,” says $AAL CFO Kerr.

‏‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

Declan Collier Next generation aircraft at London City Airport

F-22 Raptors Launch At Tyndall

Kenny jacobs Briefs media in Dublin January 24 2017

Michael O’Leary Close to deal with Norwegian & Aer Lingus

Michael O’Leary Meeting with minister stressed need for lower costs at Dublin airport


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