Published on February 27th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 27/02/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation Announces 2016 Operational Review:

Acumen Aviation Featured In Global Transport Finance:

Acumen Aviation Featured article in Jet Trader Magazine Winter 2015:

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-GAC Airbus A340-313 Castlelake c/n 185 registered at Teruel 18/01/17 ex A6-ERP.

EI-GAD Airbus A340-313 Castlelake c/n 236 registered at Teruel 06/01/17 ex A6-ERM.

EI-FTY Boeing 737-800 c/n 44772 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 23/02/17.

EI-FTZ Boeing 737-800 c/n 44773 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 24/02/17.

EI-FXR Airbus A340-313 AS Air Lease c/n 163 registered at Teruel 06/01/17 ex A6-ERO.

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:

Airbus A321LR To Populate IAG Transatlantic Fleet

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Air transport ends 2016 on strong footing despite terrorist attacks, geopolitical tensions, and economic uncertainty, says ACI

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A US airline has unveiled the most complicated boarding system of all time

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Bangkok Airways Plan Global Long-Haul Flights

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Berkshire’s Tech, Airline Bets Add to Intrigue on Buffett Letter

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Buffett History Signals to Morgan Stanley He May Buy Airline

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Ctrip Forecasts Sales Surge as Travel Giant Tightens China Grip

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CSeries arrival facilitates airBaltic’s return to Abu Dhabi

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Embraer Phenom 300 Once Again the Best-selling Bizjet

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IAG satisfied with long-haul deliveries shuffle

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Kenya Approved for Direct Flights to US, Credit to Obama

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More overseas air travellers landing in Kelowna

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Singapore’s Changi Airport sees strong start to 2017

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TAP reorganization sees hirings but no firings

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The Story of Two Northern Suns: Sunwing and Sun Country

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Trip Hacks From a Germaphobic Traveler

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus spearheads growth at IAG

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Aer Lingus to launch no-frills battle for transatlantic trade

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CityJet ends London City – Nantes route in March 2017

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Don’t expect air fares to fall again this year, warns IAG boss Willie Walsh

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IAG eyes A321LR order for Aer Lingus, transatlantic routes

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh outlines new opportunities for Aer Lingus with Airbus A321NEO-LR 

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Michael O’Leary: The government should scrap one of Ireland’s ‘greatest policy catastrophes’

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Norwegian Air aim to allow people travelling Stateside from Cork to get good value for money

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Norwegian attempts to repeat airline history

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Norweigan Air’s new Belfast-US route sells 2,000 tickets in 24 hours

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Norwegian Air sells a record 5,000 seats to Ireland in six hours

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Porto among Europe’s fastest growing Ryanair bases

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Ryanair’s chief trainer says Ireland should be the capital of the billion-euro student pilot industry

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Ryanair unveils new Stansted and Luton routes

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Stobart Group Limited: Acquisition of remaining interests in Propius Holdings Limited and Stobart Air

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This aviation bigwig thinks Ireland should give huge tax cuts to skilled foreigners

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Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement 27 February

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Tweets of the day:

@BHayesCurtin Kos adds that new aircraft will offer new options from Cork as the runway is quite short for some contemporary aircraft.

@BHayesCurtin  Kos is asked if he has talked to Michael O’Leary. Says Ryanair has 18 routes in Cork and why shouldn’t passengers fly on to US?.

@BHayesCurtin Kos said on some routes they see 70% US travellers which is strange as they are European airline. Expects majority US on Cork flights.

@BHayesCurtin Norwegian CEO Bjorn Kos says that thanks to lengthy struggle to get these TA flights from Cork, everyone in US has now heard of Norwegian!.

@gillupton1 IAG boss Willie Walsh says there are less bankers flying upfront but filling seats are those in pharma, biotech & technology. #bizTravel.

@HAM_aviation  .@ryanair CMO Kenny Jacobs: LCC to have 50% market share in Europe, but only 15% in Germany. Too low & will still change. #thinkfuture17 .

@JetwayMJ #airports shld buy up land around them & create commercial “Aerotropolis”, not rely #airlines to pay the bills. #thinkfuture17 #business.

@JetwayMJ  #hamburg should have 3x the number of tourists that Munich has, says @Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs #thinkfuture17 #Germany.

@JetwayMJ  .@ryanair says will have inflight connectivity @ some point “We will be fast followers once the service is good” #PaxEx #thinkfuture17

@JetwayMJ  Mktg boss Kenny Jacobs on stage, says @Ryanair will be 2nd largest carrier in Germany – just a matter of when #thinkfuture17 #paxex.

@maryna_khomenko Extra 10 min in airport security decrease pax spend by -30% #thinkfuture17 @IainWebster.

‏‏‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

British Airways owner IAG sees profits rise – corporate

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Emirates CEO: We contribute to the US economy

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Ireland West Knock Airport TV – January 2017

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Kenyan airlines like Kenya airways will need to apply for approval to code-share with U.S. airlines

Malaysia Airlines Stumbles… and Soars

Ryanair anuncia nova rota para Nápoles e maior calendário de inverno 2017 no Porto


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