Published on February 10th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/02/2017

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:

EI-DXG Boeing 737-4Q8 c/n 25376 AerCap Registered at Shannon 09/02/17 ex SP-ENC.

EI-FPJ Candair CRJ900 c/n 15426 Cityjet Delivered YMX-Keflavik-Stockholm Arlanda 09/02/17 in SAS Airlines colours.

EI-GAO Boeing 737-4Q8 c/n 26320 AerCap Registered at Shannon 09/02/17 ex SP-ENA.

EI-GAP Boeing 737-4Q8 c/n 26299 AerCap Registered at Shannon 09/02/17 ex SP-ENB.

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:

Airline Stocks And Oil

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Air Arabia Slumps Most Since 2013 on Loss, Cut in Dividend

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AirAsia India Plans To Go International By Mid-2018

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Australia-Vietnam growth rate to accelerate: Jetstar Airways and Vietnam Airlines launch new routes

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Boeing Wins $13.8 Billion Wide-Body Jet Order From Singapore Air

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Don’t Bar These Middle Easterners Either

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Emirates Says Flight Was Delayed After Delta Withheld $300 Spare Part

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Here’s Where the Architect of the U.S. Ultra-Low-Cost Airline Industry Is Looking Next

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Japan Airlines’ US changes mark start of new growth after government restrictions end

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Korean Air’s dangerously high debt requires it to shore up confidence. Delta investment would help

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Royal Brunei Airlines 2017 outlook: new phase of regional growth begins as first A320neo delivered

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Sabre’s new CEO to focus tech investment on returns and speed to market

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Trans-Atlantic for $75, does it work?

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Trump Pledges Airlines Help in Feud Over Foreign Rivals’ Aid

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U.S. Shouldn’t Raise Barriers to Middle Eastern Airlines

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus misses out on transatlantic route battle

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Avolon delivers a A320NEO to IndiGo

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Belfast International passenger numbers soar by 95,000

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Coindrum innovation turns coins into vouchers at Belfast International Airport 

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Coveney accused of stalling on Knock Strategic Development Zone

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EI-FTT Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight

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Iran, Ireland aviation sign MoU to broaden cooperation

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Long-haul, low-cost to become ‘significant’ part of IAG: Walsh

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Milestone Aviation Group secures USD 230m debt facility for Bristow subsidiary

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Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) is pleased to confirm that it has delivered one ATR 42-600, MSN 1210, to AirSWIFT on lease

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Royal Air Force jets scramble to intercept Russian bombers circling UK and Ireland

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Ryanair Issues €750m Eurobond At 1.125% Fixed For 6.5 Years

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Ryanair Launches New Manchester Winter Route To Cologne

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Sale-and-leaseback market ‘hot’: Ryanair finance chief

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Shannon needs to get same treatment as Dublin

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US ‘hurricane hunters’ based at Shannon Airport

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Waypoint sees signs of recovery in demand for helicopters

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Walsh pledges to fight Heathrow plan ‘every inch of the way’

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Tweets of the day:

@airkarp Alaska Air CEO Brad Tilden says there will be a 6-9 month process to decide whether to keep Virgin America A320 family aircraft.

@e_russell  Boeing supplier in talks on early 747 wind-up.

@ghimlay Gulf carriers, Norwegian, and travel restrictions did not come up in Trump meeting with airlines/airports.

@ghimlay Traffic from Mexico has grown 6% since liberalised bilateral agreement, says DOT official. 

@ghimlay .@SpiritAirlines says it has improved on customer complaints in 2016 – now 4 complaints per 100k pax, down from 11.

‏@RichardRoutes Before the first Airbus #A380 actually enters the second-hand market, aircraft are already being donated as museum exhibits in #France.

‏‏‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

Alexandre de Juniac discusses the 4 Rs of European Aviation

Lower Fares, Higher Fuel To Clip Airline Margins

Singapore Airlines Extends Fuel Hedging Bets

Southwest CEO Says Meeting With Trump Was ‘Terrific’

Trump and Airlines will work make U.S. airports great again Spezial | Ryanair spricht sich für Offenhaltung von Berlin-Tegel aus


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