Published on April 25th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/04/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 24 April:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 24 April:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 24 April:

India Aviation industry newsletter 24 April:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 April:

Aircraft Update:

HL8089 Boeing 737-8AS c/n 37543 Jeju Air Delivered Dublin-Baku-Incheon International-Gimpo International 22-23/04/17 ex EI-EFT.

PK-CRD Boeing 737-8Q8 c/n 37159 Sriwijaya Air Delivered Budapest-Ras Al Khaimah 24/04/17 ex EI-FHC.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Dublin Airport connecting traffic soars by 66% in March: 

SWISS introduces state of the art technology Bombardier CS100 on Dublin route: 

Global Aviation News:

Air Serbia plans to lease out A319

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British Airways’ Gatwick growth hits double figures in five years

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Brussels Airlines, Brussels Airport and Belgian tourism organisations join forces to attract tourists

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Flybe targets aircraft reductions after finally hitting “peak fleet”

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Georgia aviation market Part 2: a case study on liberal policies driving rapid airport growth

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IATA: High consumer confidence supporting airfreight demand

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India a vital market for Gulf airlines amid US travel restrictions

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Qatar Air Expands to San Francisco After Emirates’ Trump Cuts

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Qatar Air Plots New Acquisition to Extend Global Growth Push

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UAE’s Etihad Airways appoints new boss in charge of airline stakes

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Vietnamese aviation authority close to all clear for direct flights to US

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WOW Air targets 10% of trans-atlantic travel

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Irish Aviation News:

Air passenger duty an anchor on tourism growth says airport boss

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Belfast International to gain eight new routes

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DAE to acquire AWAS, a leading aircraft leasing company

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Malaysia Airlines CEO Peter Bellew attempts ‘greatest turnaround’

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More air services crucial for the ‘undiscovered part of Ireland’

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Northern Ireland could double tourism market if £20m investment is used wisely, claims Ryanair CMO

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Ryanair hits all ancillary buttons to ride out turbulent times

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Ryanair spends €1.5m to fund academic post at Trinity College

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Shannon Airport Benefits From Aer Lingus Sale

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SMBC Aviation Capital Delivers First Airbus A350 XWB for Asiana Airlines

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Tweet Picks:

@BELFASTCITY_AIR Route success defined by both the airline and the airport making money – Brian Ambrose #routeseurope.

@DavidYoungPA .@BELFASTCITY_AIR boss Brian Ambrose says he will also be making a number of new routes announcements in the months ahead. #routeseurope.

@DavidYoungPA .@BelfastAirport will announce six new international routes on Wednesday. Deal struck over weekend at #routeseurope conference in city.

@DavidYoungPA  Gerry Lennon from Visit Belfast tells Routes Europe conference there’s no reason NI can’t grow tourism sector by 100%. #routeseurope

@IBD_GRich $HAL: reactivating equipment at market leading pricing to maintain market share. We are not chasing market share at cost of pricing. #OOTTore.

@MaslenAviation Executives from @AirAsia are holding meeting at #RoutesEurope in #Belfast today and tomorrow to support long-expected return to #Europe.

Video Picks:

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Ethiopian Airlines Maintenance Facility Inauguration & Gala Dinner

Highlights: First A350 XWB delivery for Asiana Airlines

Ryanair Professor Of Entrepreneurship


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