Published on February 13th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 13/02/2018

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 February:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 February:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 12 February:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 12 February:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 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:

N442SR Boeing 737-34S(F) GECAS Ferried Liege-Woensdrecht 05/02/18 ex OE-IBZ.

OE-IEG Airbus A330-243 c/n 396 Hong Kong Airlines Delivered Dublin-Hong Kong 10/02/18 to become B-LHA.

G-OZBZ Airbus A321-231 c/n 1421 AerCap Ferried Ostrava-Erfurt 10/02/18 in Monarch Airlines colours.

UR-PSZ Boeing 737-86N c/n 36820 Ukraine International Delivered Lasham-Kiev 09/02/18 ex EI-FJR.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Halts Pratt A320Neo Shipments as Engine Issues Emerge

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Airline capacity expands 10% for summer 2018 on good package bookings

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Airline Capacity Plans Have Rattled Investors but Mean Good News for Buyers

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Cooperman: United Continental shares to ‘double’ in the next 2 to 3 years

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Dubai airport retains position as world’s No. 1

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Icelandair Profitable growth in 2017 in a challenging environment 

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Istanbul threatens major airports in the Gulf

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Oakland Airport Rapidly Becoming SFO Alternative

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Skagafjörður could be a hub for international flights

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‘There’s a storm coming’: Emirates boss warns airlines of a looming seismic shift in technology

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The rising cost of airports are a big risk for airlines, international group warns

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The Singapore Airshow – subdued sales, but in the heart of the world’s most vibrant market

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Wow Air halting Miami service

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus US Roadshow Coming to Four Cities in February

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Dublin Airport heading for 31.4m this year if 6pc rise in January figures is sustained

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EI-GJB Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight

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Future development of Dublin Airport and new arrangement for regulating airport noise

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Norwegian To Operate Twice Daily Dublin-New York Service

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Norwegian Air’s travel package from Ireland to include Woodbury Common 

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Policy Statement Runway Development at Dublin Airport and Measures Relating to the Assessment and Mitigation of Aircraft Noise

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Q4 2017 Dublin Airport Quality of Service Monitoring

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Ryanair cancellations bill could be as low as €650,000

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R116 crew to be remembered by memorial cycle

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Slot problems for Norwegian second Dublin to Newburgh daily 8.30am flight

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Turkish Airlines looks to growth in Dublin amid resurgence in holiday bookings

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Viva Air seeks to unlock “huge potential” in Latin America

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Willie Walsh, International Airlines Group CEO – Distribution Defector

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Tweet Picks:

@crankyflier Lufthansa Group Slowly Chips Away at European Boundaries With Brussels Airlines Changes.

@Jamie_Freed American Airlines Is Not Prioritizing Launching Very Long Flights  ( a contrast with United, which is doing LA-Singapore and Houston-Sydney).

@kathrynwolfe  Trump plan proposes selling off DCA/IAD. The law that executed the current lease agreement with MWAA also created DCA’s capacity constraints, which lawmakers love to fiddle with.

@winglets747 Lots of discussion about the CASK opportunities of long-range narrowbodies but less talk about the plush RASK environment they will mostly be deployed in. 

@winglets747 Boeing is eager for Qantas to order the 777X and finally operate the 777. But perhaps Qantas could take A350s in lieu of the A380s it still has on the books but doesn’t intend to receive.

Video Picks:

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