Published on February 14th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/02/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation Announces 2016 Operational Review:

Acumen Aviation Featured In Global Transport Finance:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 13 February :

Global Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 13 February:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 13 February:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 13 February:

Aircraft Update:

EI-FVK Boeing 737-800 c/n 42276 Norwegian Air International Delivered Boeing Field-Oslo 13/02/17.

N812MD Embraer 170SU c/n 17000030 GECAS Ferried Griffiss AFB-Gander-Keflavik-Shannon-Alverca 08/09-02/17.

OO-TSA Boeing 777-FHT c/n 38969 ASL Airlines Belgium Ferried Liege-Singapore 12/02/17 for FedEx.

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:

AENA: Spain’s airport operator must cut charges, but airline yields are already falling

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Boeing’s US$14 Billion Singapore Air Order Does Not Fill 777, 787 Gap: CEO

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Cheap Fuel Is Making European Aviation More Competitive

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Emirates chair stands firmly by airline’s US operations

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Emirates is riding out turbulence in the airline sector and its brand is even jumping ahead of British Airways

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EU to take tough stand against Gulf carriers

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EVA Air to Retire Boeing 747s in August 2017

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Hainan Air to launch over 10 international flights this year 

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Norwegian, from regional to mainline competitor

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Qatar Airways ready to ‘open its books for US inspection’, says Al Baker

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PAL: New airport crucial to growth

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Paris Airport Tests Facial Recognition at Security

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Why Norwegian Air thinks United, Delta and American pilots should hold their tongues

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Wizz Air set to fly from Frankfurt this summer – sources

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QRA 9th February 2017

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Irish Aviation News:

Air France to replace Cityjet on Dublin-Paris route

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Brexit not clouding Ryanair’s long-term thinking

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CityJet ends London – Paris route in March 2017

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Cork air traffic will soon be controlled by virtual tower in Dublin 

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EI-FTV Boeing 737-800 Ryanair Flown back to Boeing Field from Spokane, WA after painting

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EI-FTW Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight

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Irish Air Traffic Grows as IAA Warns on Risks from Brexit

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Michael O’Leary – from puppy love to no more Mr Nice(r) Guy

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New product to help airports prevent delays

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Ryanair S17 Aberdeen operations as of 09FEB17

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Travel Extra Sunday Supplement 12 February 

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US travel ban: Meeting on pre-clearance deal brought forward

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Waterford Airport has entered ‘detailed discussions’ to bring back commercial flights

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75th anniversary of WWII plane crash tragedy off Donegal that claimed 12 lives

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Tweets of the day:

@Airlineroute Air China adds 4 weekly Beijing – Zurich service with A330-200, from 07JUN17.

@Airlineroute QATAR Airways on 06MAR17 to operate one-time 777-300ER service to Berlin, ahead of ITB Berlin 2017.

@e_russell   An $AAL about face on 2017 domestic capacity growth? “No plan to shift international capacity back to domestic,” CFO Kerr tells Evercore.

@hiddenEurope Air Baltic & Air Berlin axed flights to Kaliningrad so the Russian exclave is very isolated. Only EU link this summer is weekly to Barcelona.

@winglets747 Jetstar Japan will deploy its 21st aircraft, an A320, in March 2017. This is one of four aircraft subleased. 28 aircraft by 2019.

‏‏‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

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