Published on March 24th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/03/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation Announces Launch Of EMPower:

Airbus Disrupts travel market with unique Airbus A380 online booking tool:

Alan Webber SVP Powerplant Acumen Aviation to discuss engine lease contracts and return trends in Dublin 5 April:

Boeing 737 MAX 8 Gains FAA Certification as Boeing 737 MAX 9 Rolls out:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 March:

Global Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 March:

Embraer Rolls Out the E195-E2:

IATA: India global leader in domestic air traffic growth:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 March:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 20 March:

Thought Leadership: ISTAT Americas Boeing MoM project:

Aircraft Update:

EI-FBU Airbus A330-322 c/n 120 I-Fly Ferried Teruel-Moscow Vnukovo 23/03/17 prior return to service.

EI-FXU ATR72-212A(500) c/n 809 A/c Int´l Renting Ferried Dinard-Shannon-Dinard 22-23/03/17 ex HS-PGD.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Dublin Airport Launches No Drone Zone: 

Global Aviation News:

Alrosa chooses Boeing 737 over Superjet 100

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Alitalia: defying gravity again – another loss, another turnaround plan, maybe another last chance

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Alaska Airlines is killing off the Virgin America brand

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American Airlines Finds Southern Comfort in China: Gadfly

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Boeing schedules 787-10’s first flight for March 31

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Dear Virgin America

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Electronics ban may ‘alter global traffic flows’: JP Morgan

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Malaysia Air CEO Considers Jet Leases to Help Expansion

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Middle East Carriers Hit by Travel Orders

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Norwegian hails IAG’s Level as ‘good news’ for passengers

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Regional Jet OÜ takes over ATR production for SAS

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Southeast Asia aviation outlook: passenger growth accelerates, led by Vietnam, Myanmar and Malaysia

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SWISS to begin CS100 operations from Geneva

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Trans-Atlantic LCCs: A gathering storm

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Turkish Airlines Slumps as Laptop Ban Risks Dreams of Global Hub

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Irish Aviation News:

Acumen Aviation launches EMPower

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Business and Finance Company of the month Avolon

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Cityjet slims Dutch schedules at London City

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Incinerator decision deferral due to Haulbowline flight concerns

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May date for Westport Airshow

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New Ryanair flights from East Midlands Airport revealed

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Ryanair launches Bristol winter 2017 schedule

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Things are looking up as Mayo benefits from sale of State’s stake in Aer Lingus

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Tragedy brings back memories of Croaghan aircraft crash

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Three Cityjet Sukhoi Superjet expected next Saturday at Brussels Airport (Brussels Airlines) 

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Tweets of the day:

@e_russell  Brazil seems to be coming back: @Delta will begin daily JFK-GIG service with a 767-300ER on 21Dec17.

@e_russell  Bidding for lessor AWAS nears final stage.

@richardbranson  It is a sad (& some would say baffling) day. @VirginAmerica was the ride & love of a lifetime, but @Virgin flies on.

@RichardRoutes  We understand that @KuwaitAirways had been looking at both @STN_Airport and @manairport for this alternative routing for summer 2017.

@SydneyAirport The fastest growing 🇦🇺 domestic route in 2016 was Hamilton Island – Sydney which saw an increase of 16%!.

@winglets747  Rumour: Jetstar wants to invest in LCC China United Airlines, owned by China Eastern.

‏‏‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

Bell’s FCX-001 Concept Helicopter Showcases Future Technology – AINtv

CAPA Analyst Sees Cathay Pacific Management Changes

CEO Joyce Says Qantas Survived Because We’ve Adapted 

E2 Water Spray Test

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Why New Jets Could Destroy Airlines


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