Published on February 9th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/02/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation Announces 2016 Operational Review:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 6 February:

Global Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 6 February:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 6 February:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 6 February:

Aircraft Update:

D-AIDE Airbus A321-231 c/n 4607 Lufthansa Departed Lufthansa Technik 06/02/17 arrived 07/01/17.

D-AIDG Airbus A321-231 c/n 4672 Lufthansa to Lufthansa Technik 05/02/17.

EI-GAG Boeing 767-346F/W c/n 35816 Star Air registered at Shannon 01/02/17 ex N524LA.

EI-FXA  ATR42-300(F ) c/n 282 ASL Airlines Ireland to ASL Airlines hangar 05/02/17.

SX-DVQ Airbus A320-232 c/n 3526 Aegean Airlines to Lufthansa Technik 06/02/17. 

2-IDBU Boeing 767-37E c/n 25077 Pegasus Aviation Air Test at Mexico City 07/02/17 ex EI-DBU.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Dublin based Global FBO Consult Receives IBAC IS-BAH I3SA recognition:

Emirates Airlines 2600th Boeing 777 flight to Dublin:

Global Aviation News:

Barcelona hub a ‘start’ for BA owner’s budget long-haul flights

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Boeing supplier in talks on early 747 wind-up

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Canada Pledges $282 Million in Aid for Bombardier’s Marquee Jets

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EasyJet will apply for operating licence from another EU state ‘within weeks’

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Etihad CEO Defends Strategy as Airline Grows Wide-Body Fleet

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Eurowings Plans to Focus on Its Home Turf Before It Expands Its Long-Haul Operation

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Five Budget Airlines To Watch Out For This 2017

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For first time, Norwegian flies more passengers than rival SAS

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KLM Tests Facial Recognition to Ease Boarding Without Passes

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Norwegian Air Picks U.S. Bases for Single-Aisle European Flights

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‘Profitability Is More Important Than Market Share’

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Singapore Air Extends Jet Fuel Hedging as OPEC Cuts Sway Oil

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Top 10 airports in Europe

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7 technology trends that all airlines and airports should be focusing on in 2017

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Irish Aviation News:

FactCheck: Are Michael O’Leary and Ryanair right about Dublin Airport charges?

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‘Massive’ tourism boost for Ireland as Trump approves of new budget airline for US-Irish routes

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Ryanair announces direct flights from Kerry to Berlin

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Ryanair CEO says would be happy to buy Airbus at right price

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Ryanair to launch first route from Bulgaria’s Varna in October 

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Ryanair launches new Cologne route 

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Ryanair launches new European annual multi-trip travel insurance

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Ryanair, Norwegian to start feeder flights this summer

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Ryanair offers to fly Pope Francis on Ireland visit

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Ryanair set to buy further 100 Boeing 737 Max aircraft

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Ryanair, Turkish Airlines and American Airlines top S17 rankings for airline networks in comprehensive analysis

Ryanair turns to bond market for third time

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Tweets of the day:

@R_Wall Ryanair CEO sitting next to Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr: “Our job in Germany will be to keep Carsten honest” during @A4Europe event.

‏@R_Wall Spohr retorts: O’Leary used to talk about Lufthansa disappearing ‘now he needs lawyers to stop us’ in talking about Air Berlin wet lease.

@R_Wall “Even Air France offers the occasional low fare” Ryanair CEO quips at A4E event as he trumpets the benefit low-cost travel has had.

@R_Wall Ryanair ready to buy more Boeing planes if others defer and prices are cheap, but that’s not yet happening.

‏‏‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

A new non stop flight from London to Australia is on schedule for 2018 

Jenny Rafter, Aer Lingus – TTR Travel Industry Road Show

Lower fares shrink Ryanair’s profits – economy

Ryanair CFO Neil Sorahan on ‘abuse’ of two bag system

Ryanair’s CFO: See More Growth Going Into Mainland Europe


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