Published on February 15th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/02/2017

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:

LN-RCZ  Boeing 737-883 c/n 30197 SAS Airlines Departed Lufthansa Technik 07/02/17 arrived 19/01/17.

LN-RRM Boeing 737-783 c/n 28314 SAS Airlines to Lufthansa Technik 06/02/17.

N385CM Boeing 767-319(ER)(BDSF) c/n 24875 Cargo Aircraft Management Ferried Tel Aviv-Shannon 07/02/17 prior delivery to Air Transport International/Prime Air(ATI) after cargo conversion ex N387AX. 

N930WE Boeing 767-319 c/n 26915 DVB Bank Ferried Auckland-ASP 13/02/17 ex ZK-NCJ. 

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:

A $65 Million Bet on Pampered Pet Travel

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Air France awaits union go-ahead for new subsidiary

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Air France-KLM: Transavia will focus on growth in the Netherlands and France

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American Air’s Pilots Vote No-Confidence in CEO, Executives

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Boeing Media Advisory: Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner Debut

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Crying the Blues at Emirates and Etihad

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Delta Sweetens Aeromexico Stake Offer as Trump Bruises Peso

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Europe’s Legacy And LCC Airlines Testing Expanded Roles

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Frankfurt Airport steps up low-cost drive with Wizz Air routes

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How holidays and travel are changing beyond recognition

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Iberia and Binter sign a new code-share agreement

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Iceland Experienced Most Growth of All European Countries in 2016

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Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport considers ‘annexing’ another airport to solve capacity shortage

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Pontifications: Alaska’s A321neo test drive

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Superjumbo airline Emirates thinking smaller again

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TUI Sells Travelopia to KKR in Shift From Adventure Travel

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United hints at widebody fleet plans with Polaris retrofits

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Wizz Air Adds Frankfurt As Transavia Closes Munich Base

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Irish Aviation News:

Bray Air Display will be back in 2017

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DAA to go ahead with business park at Dublin Airport

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Finnair Enhances Connectivity from Dublin to Moscow and St Petersburg

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IAG ‘lined up to buy’ C Series jets from Bombardier

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IAG Said to Seal Long-Range Airbus A321Neo Order for Aer Lingus

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Jackson Square Aviation Ireland Announces Delivery of Two New Boeing 737-800 Aircraft to Norwegian Air International

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Ryanair’s ancillary profits much bigger than appreciated, Deutsche says

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Ryanair keen to set up base at Berlin Tegel

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St. Etienne airport cancels subsidies to Ryanair, Pegasus

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Would you fly Ryanair or easyJet for more than six hours? These are the longest budget airline routes

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Tweets of the day:

@e_russell Boeing expects certification of the 737 Max 8 “within a matter of days or weeks”.

@e_russell NAI received its long-sought foreign air carrier permit under Obama in December, unions hope Trump will reverse the move.

@e_russell United sees used aircraft as ‘margin’ growth opportunity.

@jonostrower  Boeing’s first 737 Max 9 is pushing through final assembly, should fly in April. Delivery in 2018.

@winglets747 Emirates President Tim Clark: “We have reduced our fares to point of…stupidity in my view.”

‏‏‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

Aero-TV: Kestrel Multi-Tasking UAV – Autel’s Fixed Wing VTOL Platform

Airborne 02.14.17: AW609 Update, Fighting ATC Privatization, Drone Racing League

Flying the Piper M600 Turboprop Aircraft – AINtv

How Virtual Reality Tools Train Dassault Falcon Aircraft Mechanics – AINtv

The Ultimate A350 Experience | Singapore Airlines

U.S. Airlines Smell Opportunity To Push Political Agenda With “America First” Trump – AINtv


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