Published on March 14th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/03/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation Job Posting – Data Analyst:

Acumen Aviation Job Posting – Statistical Analyst:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 13 March:

Global Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 13 March:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 13 March:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 13 March:

Thought Leadership Series: Statistical Analysis for Scheduled Maintenance Optimization (SASMO):

Aircraft Update:

EI-FZB Boeing 737-800 c/n 44775 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 12/03/17.

EI-RUG Boeing 737-86N c/n 28610 Jet2 Delivered Teruel-Zurich-Shannon 13/03/17 to become G-DRTB.

OY-YBV ATR42-500 c/n 689 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Bydgoszcz-Billund 07/03/17

5N-JID Airbus A330-223 c/n 927 Arik Air to be ferried Lagos-Dublin on return to lessor ex EI-EWG.

9K-AMD Airbus A300-605R c/n 719 Kuwait Airways Ferried Kuwait City-Shannon-Portsmouth-Roswell 08/03/17 for part-out & scrap.

9K-AME Airbus A300-605R c/n 721 Kuwait Airways Ferried Kuwait City-London Stansted-Portsmouth-Roswell 12/03/18 for part-out & scrap.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Dublin Airport Launches No Drone Zone: 

Global Aviation News:

Alitalia to pull out from Reggio di Calabria

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Alitalia’s Turnaround Strategy Is a Flop

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Copa Holdings believes a recovery in demand will support marked rise in 2017 capacity growth

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Delta CEO: Airlines should all fly fair

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Emirates Airline launches Athens-Newark service

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Etihad’s Alitalia turnaround strategy flops

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Flights Grounded and Power Prices Soar Ahead of U.S. Northeast Storm

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Gulf airlines shook up aviation — and now face their own disruption

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Hawaiian Airlines looks to Asia, US East Coast for growth

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Iceland’s WOW Air boosts US services

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Lufthansa plans new groupwide business class for 2020

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Malindo Air: A330s, fast growth, new destinations underpin partnership & network opportunities

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No Emirates-Etihad merger, says Clark

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Pegasus Airlines: still galloping (just), but no longer flying high, as Turkey events slow demand

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Sacramento International Airport hopes for service to Asia, Europe

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SIA innovates to stay ahead

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The Boeing 737 MAX Is the Most Underrated Plane of All Time

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Tourists are heading back to Europe

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Irish Aviation News:

Air traffic Shannon increased in February 

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Boeing, CDB Aviation Lease Finance Announce Order for 30 737 MAX 8 airplanes

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Flights between Belfast and Isle of Man to resume after new carrier found

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Flights could be a ‘game-changer’ for West Cork’s tourist industry

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Head of Cork, Ireland Airport Talks International Flights from T.F. Green on GoLocal LIVE

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Ryanair demand clarity from Britain on post-Brexit flying

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Ryanair to Launch Flights to Tbilisi?

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Three flights weekly to US better than none!

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The ‘Irish touch’ that’s mending Malaysia Airlines

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Tourism Ireland SOAR (Situation & Outlook Analysis Report) February 2017

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Warning that UK-Ireland air capacity to drop 4%

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Tweets of day:

@e_russell  Aeromexico nears 787 sale-and-leaseback.

@e_russell  Demand to Cuba is low plus “overcapacity” in the market, Silver says.

@ghimlay .@qatarairways Airways to receive first A320neo-family jet next year (by @MROreporter).

@ghimlay .@VivaAerobus has asked @USDOT to allow it to operate MEX-LAX alongside MEX-JFK which it was awarded, could be 9th airline on MEX-LAX.

@winglets747 Delta CEO: “Qantas is no longer the national airline of Australia, it’s Emirates.”

‏‏‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

Delta, American Airlines Add Boarding Categories

Hello ITB 2017 | Emirates Airline

Kenyan airlines to fly directly to United States

Say hello to the New A380 Onboard Lounge | Emirates Airline

Thai Airways to further increase capacity on European routes


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