Published on February 1st, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/02/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation to attend ISTAT Americas 2017:  

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

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 30 January:

Global Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 30 January: 

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 30 January:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 30 January:

Aircraft Update:

EI-XLG Boeing 747-446 c/n 29899 Rossiya Airlines Delivered Cambridge-Moscow Vnukovo 31/01/17


N762CK Boeing 767-3P6 c/n 26236 Kalita Air Delivered Teruel-Willow Run-Oscoda–Wurtsmith 30/01/17 prior freighter conversion ex EI-UND.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Emirates Airlines 2600th Boeing 777 flight to Dublin:

Global Aviation News:

Air Mediterranean S.A will commence services to the Middle East

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Airline Anger Over Trump Travel Restrictions Grows

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Airlines Scramble to Adjust to Trump’s New World

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Bombardier: Lessors can do well in the 60- to 150-seat jet market

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British Airways launches seven new routes from Manchester Airport

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IATA Statement on the US Executive Order on Travel

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Kamarudin, Fernandes hold 32.3% stake in AirAsia

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Malaysia 2017 aviation outlook: passenger growth may reach 15% as AirAsia, Malindo & MAS expand

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Mitsubishi to Boost U.S. Engineers After Jet Delivery Delays

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Norwegian Airlines advertises for Stewart-based flight attendants

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One of American, Delta, and United’s most feared rivals may be in trouble

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Russian Airlines Allow Middle-Eastern Passengers to Fly to U.S. Despite Ban

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SCAC Boss Gaynutdinov Raises Bar On SSJ100 Support

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SriLankan’s A350 business plan and termination

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Trump’s Pentagon Chief Orders F-35 Jet, Air Force One Review

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U.K. Says It Has Won an Exemption From U.S. Travel Ban

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U.S. Airlines Tumble Amid Fear Trump Travel Ban Will Spread

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5 Must-Know Facts From American Airlines’ Earnings Call

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Irish Aviation News:

Documentary about Irish fighter pilot ace premiers in Dublin

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Drop opposition to US pre-clearance, urges airport group chair

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Kenny orders complete review of US air passengers agreement

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‘One day I want to have all the air fares on Ryanair free’- Michael O’Leary

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Rolls-Royce unveils LessorCare in collobration with AerCap

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Ryanair Chief: ‘Collective Insanity Has Taken Place’ in U.S., U.K.

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Ryanair Grows Barcelona Operation By 10% And Madrid By 12%

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Shannon Chamber to host IAA chief

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Taoiseach orders review of US preclearance in Ireland

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This airline wants $0 fares someday

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‘We’re well shot of government jet’ – Fianna Fáíl TD tells committee

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Will Norwegian’s low-cost transatlantic service fly under Trump?

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Tweets of the day:

@Airlineroute United plans to codeshare with airberlin, only on airberlin aircraft/flights operating for Eurowings and Austrian.

@AlexInAir  As expected, @British_Airways have launched summer-only direct flights from #Manchester to Alicante, Malaga, Ibiza, Palma, Mykonos & Nice.

@AlexInAir ‘Norwegian Air Argentina’ has been officially registered as a company in Argentina, & will fly both domestic and international flights. Wow.

@Fly_Norwegian @JohnLStrickland Bjorn’s always got something up his sleeve./JM.

@orientaviation Vietjet will issue more than 22.3 million shares, equal to 7.46% of the company’s outstanding shares, to Hướng Dương Sunny Investment Co Ltd.

‏‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

EasyJet can continue to grow capacity: JLS Consulting

Emirates lands one-off A380 at Boston Logan International Airport

IAA Remote Tower Technology

International Consolidated Airlines Group – Hot or Not

Mitsubishi Aircraft: We Need a Redesign of Some Systems

Qantas Safety Video 2017

Were Airlines Blindsided By Trump Travel Ban?


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