Published on February 7th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 07/02/2018

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 February

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 February:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 5 February

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 5 February

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 February:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Ryanair adds five new 737-800 fleet in January fleet increases to 418

Ryanair adds five new aircraft in October 17 increasing fleet to 408 

Ryanair increases fleet to 413 737-800s in November 17

Ryanair network growth resumes with 21 new routes announced 

Ryanair welcomes 5 new aircraft into fleet in September 17 

 Aircraft Update: 

5N-BVE Boeing 777-21H c/n Air Peace Ferried Lourdes-Dublin 06/02/18 for painting ex A6-EMK.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus A321neoLR: Is this the aircraft that could change airline route structures forever?

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Boeing Surges as Fast 737 Max Start, U.S. Tax Cut Bolster Profit

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Bombardier Sees Sales Pace Picking Up After Winning Boeing Suit

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Brexit is ‘extremely unfortunate’ for the region’s aviation industry, says the European Commission

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Dubai Airports to address 30% pax growth through data rather than construction

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Etihad Airways CEO sees opportunity in ultra long haul operations

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Fleets: 777-300ER availability glut as early leased units enter market. Cheap deals and overcapacity

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Overcapacity to propel airline industry downward in 2018

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TAP Air Portugal to offer flights between the United States and the Azores – Portugal

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United Continuing Used-aircraft Spree With Three 767s

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Vienna Airport’s airline revolution. LCCs & Lufthansa Group win from NIKI/airberlin demise

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Virgin Australia takes delivery of 80th and final Boeing 737-800

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The Anker Report Monday 5 February 2018

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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap selects GEnx engines to power additional Boeing 787 Dreamliners

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ASL Airlines Belgium Confirms Restructure Of Spanish Operations

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Direct Cork to New York flight are still on the table

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Eurowings must become the new Ryanair [German] 

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Germany-Spain market grows for fifth straight year; Ryanair is largest carrier, while Palma de Mallorca is top airport

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Irish Rail calls for Dart link between Dublin city and airport

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Is this Ryanair’s most adventurous destination yet?

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Ryanair Holdings Lowest cost producer + best balance sheet = business as usual – Davy Research

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Ryanair Makes Surprise Investor Payout After ‘Painful’ Pilot Row

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Ryanair Q3 Profits Rise 12% To €106m On 4% Lower Fares

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Ryanair says ticket price rises likely to lag oil by 12 months

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Ryanair Tickets to Warn ‘Brexit Means Your Plane Might Not Fly’

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United W18 Newark – Dublin operations as of 05FEB18

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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell Air China aims to launch 2x weekly IAH-PTY service on 19MAR, has fifth freedom authority to carry local traffic on the route.

@FlySJC NUMBERS POSTED: Silicon Valley’s airport is growing fast. In 2017 we saw 15.6% pax growth vs. already-busy 2016, 1.7M more pax served, 2 new carriers launched, 5 new routes added, 6 new competitive routes begun. Growth anticipated to continue in ’18.

@ghimlay Spirit Airlines has converted another five A320neos for 2019 to A320ceos. Its current five A320neos are all back in service, airline has reached an agreement with P&W over engine issues.

@RAeSTimR VTOL flying cars prediction. In the future, 1 hour queues for taxis at international air shows will be replaced by 1 hour queues for aerial taxis. #avgeek #SGAirshow.

@winglets747 Qantas Group has 787 needs not just for flying kangaroo but 🍊⭐️. Disciplined group is managing capex. (But strategically should accelerate?).

Video Picks:

Airborne 02.05.18: Reckless Drone Vid, Goulian Wins, Global 7000 FTV

Arrival of our first Boeing 737 MAX at Brussels Airport

Boeing’s Keskar Says Asia Is Fastest-Growing Market in the World

Qantas’ CEO on Long-Haul Routes, Fuel Prices, Dividends

TUI Group: Arrival of the first 737 MAX


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