Published on February 22nd, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 22/02/2017

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-FTW Boeing 737-800 c/n 44771 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Keflavik-Dublin 20/21-02/17.

OY-YAZ ATR72-212A(500) c/n 560 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Toulouse-Francazal-Toulouse-Billund 7/02/17 in all white colours.

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:

Aeroflot Group will receive only 14 ex-Transaero widebody aircraft

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Airberlin expands long-haul fleet with three leased A330s

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Air France-KLM Group dreams of CDG airline boosting Air France; KLM again makes more profit in 2016

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Air France Plans to Fight Budget Rivals on Costs, Not Fares

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Alaska Air Group: capacity uptick in 2017 and fleet changes as Virgin America integration starts

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Cathay Pacific CEO notes need to change; ‘We can no longer rest on our laurels’

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Cathay Pacific to Christchurch: contentious Air New Zealand JV as Cathay seeks greater “agility”

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CEO Interview: Air Asia X’s Plan to Make Cheap Trans-Pacific Flights a Reality

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China’s Priciest Airline Stocks Could Soar Even Higher

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Direct flights to 80 destinations from Keflavík this summer: See the full list

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Europe’s Regional Airlines Brace for Big Changes in 2017 

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Executive jet transatlantic operator seeks new business model

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How Norwegian is securing a competitive edge

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India is willing to privatize its loss-making national airline

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Manchester Woos U.S. And Asia Markets With Long-Haul Flights And Lounges

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Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport aspires to become a major passenger and cargo hub: Part 1

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Superspeed travel pod start-up gets €600,000 investment

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Terror Fears Stoke Tourism Splurge in Spain’s Canary Islands

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There’s No ‘Free’ Lunch at 40,000 Feet, Either

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The women pilots who are becoming stars on social media

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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Holdings N.V. Reports Financial Results for 2016 and Authorizes New Share Repurchase Program of $350 million

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AerCap posts $1.04 billion profit in 2016

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Minister Ross facilitates the National Civil Aviation Development Forum Conference

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Norwegian airline cleared for Ireland-US takeoff

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Rescue 115 in long-range Atlantic rescue

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Review to examine long-term capacity of airports

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Stobart Air close to SAS contract  [Danish]

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TAR Rome agrees with Ryanair: yes to night flights at Ciampino [Italian]

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Work begins on £2.5m retail development at Belfast International Airport

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Tweets of the day:

@Airlineroute EVA Air’s 353-seater 777-300ER to serve Vienna from 22MAY17, 5 months earlier than planned.

@jonostrower The 787 is the most complex global supply chain ever devised by industry. U.S., Italy, Japan, South Korea, U.K. and on and on and on.

@jonostrower The only accurate statement about airplane manufacturing supply chains & geographical representation is that they’re “made on planet Earth.”

@PEdmondAero .@bmiregional will wet-lease short-term #superjet capacity from @cityjet for Bristol @OfficialBRS operation, reports @chaviation.

@RunwayGirl American Airlines today began selling Basic Economy in ten markets, with travel beginning 1 March. Details. #PaxEx #Travel.

‏‏‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

CAAN initiates talks with ICAO and Nepal Airlines proves it’s safety

China Air Carriers Still a Bargain

India & Rwanda signed MoUs in Visa, Innovation and Aviation sectors

Irish airports and ports 2016

Malaysia Airlines optimist 2017 a positive year

Why Etihad Airways Increased Air Berlin Support


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