Published on February 21st, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/02/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation Announces 2016 Operational Review:

Acumen Aviation Featured In Global Transport Finance:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 February:

Global Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 February:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 February:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 20 February: 

Aircraft Update:

EI-FTT Boeing 737-800 c/n 44769 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 20/02/17.

EI-FXN Airbus A319-111 c/n 1684 Volotea Airlines being painted at Ostrava 18/02/17 ex N906FR.

N598BC Boeing 737-809 c/n 28402 GECAS Asset Management Ferried  Taiwan Taoyuan International-Antonio B. Won Pat International-Honolulu International-Greenwood–Leflore 15-18/02/17 for part-out.

2-TBXU Airbus A321-131 c/n 802 AerCap Ferried Guangzhou Baiyun International-Novosibirsk Tolmachevo-Norwich 20/02/17 for paint ex HL7767.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

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

DCU Masters student launches survey exploring effectiveness of Flight Time Limitations:

Emirates Airlines 2600th Boeing 777 flight to Dublin:

Global Trek Aviation welcomes last production Gulfstream G150 to Belfast:

Global Aviation News:

Alitalia closes in on new business plan

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Boeing Considers Next Midmarket Moves As Airbus Watches

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Brussels South Charleroi Airport’s new Terminal 2 increases passenger comfort

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European Pilots Group Airs Concerns Over Flight-time Rules

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European regional carriers facing tough times

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How the Legacy 450 was cleared for London City

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Lufthansa’s commodity product challenge considered

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Malaysia Airports advocates early positives from Runway to Success 2020 strategy

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Norwegian focuses on mid-size US cities for new Atlantic services

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Not all US domestic routes are created equal

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Qatar Airways looking at potential Indian carriers for collaboration

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Qatar leases LATAM Brasil A350 aircraft in S17

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The EUROCONTROL bulletin on air transport trends Issue N°190. 02/02/2017

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Turkish Airlines that flies to the most countries in the world continues to contribute to Turkey’s tourism by launching its direct flights between Antalya and Algeria

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Irish Aviation News:

Dublin is fifth largest European airport for connectivity to North America

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Enda Kenny to receive airport preclearance review this week

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Michael O’Leary: Flights to and from the UK could be temporarily halted after Brexit

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Moody’s upgrades AerCap Holdings to Baa3 with a stable outlook

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Option of third terminal at Dublin Airport to be examined

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Pricewatch readers: Aer Lingus hits turbulence with route cancellation

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Ryanair halts Brussels expansion due to noise fines

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Shannon can benefit from Brexit opportunities

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The figures that reveal Ryanair’s ‘very up and down’ relationship with Shannon Airport

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US destinations attract high interest at holiday show

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What do the Russian military want with Donegal & Irish controlled airspace?

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Tweets of the day:

@LeighGiangreco Boeing CEO & Trump laud American manufacturing at ceremony where plane’s parts come from 8 other countries.

@MarcusReports Little chance of the new Air Force One being a 787 because it only has two engines. The @usairforce likes redundancy. 747 has four engines.

@SeanFionn Why charge for new Dublin runway in short term when it’s a long lived asset? Q from S Kavanagh CEO @AerLingus #aviationconf.

@Sustainable2050 Amsterdam Schiphol Airport saw number of passengers grow by 9% last year, due to cheap kerosene. Tax-free and with 0 carbon price, that is.

@winglets747  Chengdu-Auckland, for perspective, is slightly longer (6,528 miles) than Auckland-Los Angeles (6,504 miles).

‏‏‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

Brazil challenges Canada at WTO over Bombardier loans

Delta Brings Back Plane Food On Long Flights: Bottom Line | CNBC

Kenya Airways decry airport levies citing that it affects airlines revenues

President Donald Trump: Our Airports Were The Best, Now At The Bottom | CNBC

Qantas boss Alan Joyce opens hi-tech A380 service ‘shed’ in Los Angeles to make airline millions

Southwest CEO: Excited By Infrastructure Improvement | CNBC

“We Are AerCap” – AerCap Corporate Video


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