Published on February 2nd, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 02/02/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation to attend ISTAT Americas 2017:  

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

Article contributed by Acumen Aviation team- State of the Regions: Asia & Middle East The future of regional jets

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-FTP Boeing 737-800 c/n 44766 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 31/01/17.

EI-FTR Boeing 737-800 c/n 44767 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 31/01/17.

SU-ALB Airbus A330-243 c/n 328 Air Leisure Delivered Ras Al Khaimah-Cairo 31/01/17 ex EI-FSH.

VP-BYJ Boeing 737-524 c/n 28923 (Transaero Airlines) Ferried Moscow Vunoko-Vilnius 01/02/16.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Emirates Airlines 2600th Boeing 777 flight to Dublin:

Global Aviation News:

Airline Stocks Lose $4.9 Billion as Investors Weigh Travel Ban

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Bliss Jet to offer individually ticketed New York-London Stansted flights – by business jet

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British Airways opens summer Embraer E190 weekend base for Manchester leisure links

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British Airways Rediscovers Manchester After 10-Year Hiatus

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Budget carrier Wizz Air cuts forecasts blaming low prices and extreme weather

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Dutch government ends talks with U.S. on ‘pre-clearance’ of airline passengers

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EasyJet looks at your route ideas

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Here’s How Much Terrorist Attacks Cut Into Air Travel

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IndiGo’s Parent InterGlobe Aviation’s Profit Drops 25% As Fuel Costs Rise

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Lufthansa, Etihad Deepen Ties With Catering, Maintenance Pacts

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SAS complements its production with a new air operator certificate (AOC) and bases outside Scandinavia

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Turkish Airlines CEO: ‘No aircraft cancellation plans’

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus is main source of US-bound transfers

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Aer Lingus part 2: vies with Icelandair, airberlin, Norwegian as leading Nth Atlantic value carrier

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Airport boss warns new rules will cause slump in passengers

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Brussels Airlines pulls Belfast route less than year after launch

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Dublin Airport chief says initial work under way on €320m runway

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DUB+ – A model in Collaborative Customer Partnering

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Excellent Northern Ireland tourism performance welcomed

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Government keen to maintain US immigration preclearance facilities at Irish airports

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Knock Airport profits soar as passenger numbers hit record during its 30th year

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International Airport rewards Lough Neagh Rescue’s support on 29 emergencies with drop-off zone fees

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Low-fare Ireland-US flights to be announced in weeks

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Pre-clearance at airport is ‘critically important’ for our country, says DAA boss

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Ryanair announces major expansion of Israel operations

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Ryanair cuts seats from Athens, fires shots

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Ryanair expands in Italy and Spain

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Ryanair Reduces Seats for Athens, Thessaloniki

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SAS to Set Up Ireland Division in New Push to Tap Leisure Market

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Tweets of the day:

@e_russell .@AmericanAir chief calls Trump’s ban ‘divisive’.

@ghimlay .@Allegiant will receive the first of 12 new A320s in May, says airline EVP Jude Bricker.

@ghimlay .@Allegiant says Newark has been a good surprise for the airline, EWR markets are maturing rapidly.

@ghimlay .@Allegiant will focus on connecting the dots instead of adding new cities in 2017, says its planning SVP.

@jonostrower Airlines are petrified of being in a @realDonaldTrump tweet. One has even developed a crisis comms plan if they are.

‏‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

Airbus innovation: Augmented Approaches to Land

Japanese airline trials first pet-friendly flight

Michael O’Leary Ryanair’s plans for 2017

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Southwest Airlines: Deicing in Denver


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