Published on February 12th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/02/2018

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:

EI-GEV ATR42-500(600) c/n 1213 Stobart Air Positioned Shannon-Dublin 09/02/18 after painting into Aer Lingus Regional colours.

TF-CAT Airbus A321-211 c/n 8104 WOW Air Delivered Hamburg Finkenwerder-Keflavik 10/02/18.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus wooing Air New Zealand with $500m A350 test model in Auckland

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Don’t Blame Spirit Airlines for Low Airfares

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Greece’s Fast-Growing Aegean Air Prepares $5.5 Billion Jet Deal

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How Trump’s Travel Ban Hurt ‘Trusted Travelers’

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In an Eye-Opening Move, This World-Famous Airline Wants to Introduce Bigger Planes on Shorter Routes

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IndiGo Says Has Made 69 Pratt Engine Replacements in 18 Months

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India, Indonesia Will Jump Into the Top 5 Air-Travel Markets

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Istanbul Is Back on the Map for European Summer Travelers

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New Airbus Sales Pitch Trades Swagger for Sharpened Pencils

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Southeast Asia legacy airlines rethink strategies

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Irish Aviation News:

Acasta Announces Term Sheet with Martello to Sell Stellwagen and Amendment to Its US$150 Million Credit Facility

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AerCap Holdings Has One Big Advantage At This Time

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Aer Lingus workers hit by US move vote to reject exit deal 

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Air traffic controllers told to work beyond overtime limits by union

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Apollo Aviation Group Acquires 59 Aircraft in 2017

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China “step change” says IAG

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Goshawk delivers an A320 to Vueling

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Ryanair to add first B737 MAX 200 in 2Q19

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TRAVEL Extra Sunday Supplement 11 February 

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Why Emirates’ flagship ‘superjumbo’ jets won’t be coming to Ireland any time soon

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Tweet Picks:

@anuragkotoky Breaking: IndiGo, the world’s biggest customer for Airbus A320neo jets, had 69 Pratt engines replacements in 18 months, after multiple inflight shut downs and turn backs. IndiGo says replacements were the best possible precautionary measure. #avgeek.

@e_russell United shrank its fleet of small RJs to 238 aircraft by 2016. The fleet is growing again and could hit 294 aircraft by the end of the year.

@JetBlue 18 years and countless reasons to thank our customers and crewmembers. #JetBlue18.

@jonostrower Not sure if anyone caught it, but Boeing, Airbus, Embraer and Bombardier just went the entire Singapore Air Show without announcing a single new commercial jet aircraft order.

@jonostrower The commercial jet order cycle has officially peaked. A Boeing executive using the word “meltaway” on the record means there aren’t significantly more orders coming in the pipeline. Mark your calendars and hang on to your hat. 

Video Picks:

Bombardier Calls Asia-Pacific Region of Unmatched Opportunities

British Airways High Life Entertainment – February 2018

Embraer’s Value Proposition to Airlines in Asia-Pacific

Let’s Talk Travel with Eoghan Corry 2018 Vincent Harrison#

The Airbus A350-1000 Takes the Singapore Airshow Spotlight – AINtv


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