Published on March 15th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/03/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation attends PwC Chinese Spring Festival Reception:

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-EZV Airbus A320-214 c/n 2001 Aer Lingus Last Service 05/03/17 at Dublin for maintenance prior return to lessor.

EI-EZW Airbus A320-214 c/n 1983 Aer Lingus Ferried Dublin-Naples 06/03/17 for maintenance prior return to lessor.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Dublin Airport Launches No Drone Zone: 

Global Aviation News: 

Airline paradox: Punished by Wall Street for a high completion factor

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Amadeus invests in start-up FLYR to help travellers lock the price of flight tickets before booking

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Asian airports 2016 traffic: Planning infrastructure growth ahead of the market becomes essential

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Boeing’s ‘797’ Taking Shape as Twin-aisle Design

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Boeing’s Myers Upbeat about Influx of Aircraft Investors 

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Bombardier Confident It Will Hit C Series Delivery Target for 2017

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Cathay Pacific Seen Reporting Worst Results in 8 Years on Rivals

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Cyprus Airways receives Air Operator Certificate

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Disruptor Airlines Create Deals on International Airfare

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ERA calls for greater use of Public Service Obligations

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Gol warns capacity imbalance created by competitors could pressure yields in Brazil

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Pratt moves to fix reliability issues on Airbus neo jets

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Russian airlines will need 2,000 new aircraft by 2035

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The Middle East’s once fast-expanding airlines are coming under pressure

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Threat from long-haul low-cost is short term – Qatar Airways CEO

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Trump Force One Is Ready for Takeoff

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Turkish Airlines: unprecedented loss provokes slowdown in expansion and int’l transfer strategy

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Two U.S. Airlines Are Already Done With Cuba

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737 NG freighter conversion market is struggling to take off

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Irish Aviation News:

Berlin Airport Union Attacks Ryanair for `Strikebreaking’ Tactic

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DAE acquires portfolio of ATR 72-600s from GECAS

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One dead, three missing in Coast Guard helicopter crash

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Ponta Delgada traffic jumps 55% since 2014; Ryanair to add fourth route to Frankfurt Hahn for S17; easyJet and Ryanair impact shows

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Ryanair adds six extra flights for Ireland v Wales World Cup Qualifier

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Stable Air Traffic Performance in February 

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Tweets of the day:

@BrianSumers “It is not in the best interest of Silver … to behave in the same irrational manner as other airlines.”

@e_russell .@AmericanAir will offer free meals in Y on A321T routes between JFK and both LAX and SFO from 1 May. #paxex.

@e_russell  Delta engages adviser to review Trainer refinery investment.

@USTravel “Travel is the front door to economic development.” – U.S. Travel’s President and CEO Roger Dow at #ARGovCon.

@USTravel DYK? The #travel industry supports 15.1M American jobs & generates $2.1T for our economy.

‏‏‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

Global Aircraft Smooth Ride

Inside the United Airlines operations center

ITB Keynote: The Future of European Tourism – Kenny Jacobs, Ryanair

Malaysia Airlines CEO Says Back to Profitability in 2018

Qatar Airways’ new business class seats convert into a double bed | CNBC International


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