Published on February 20th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/02/2018

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 February:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 February:   

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 19 February:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 19 February:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 February:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Irish Aviation 2018 Event List: 

Ryanair Adds 52 Boeing 737-800s to fleet in 2017 Calendar Year: 

SAS Airlines Ireland Fleet: 

Aircraft Update:

UR-GOA Boeing 777-2Q8 c/n 29402 Ukraine International Delivered Dublin-Kiev 16/02/18 ex VP-BHB.

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada expects fuel to be ‘bouncing around’ in 2018: CEO

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American Airlines Scales Back Its Ambitions in New York

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Basic, frilly or Business? It’s all change over the Atlantic

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Better fares on Emirates, Qantas to impact Qatar and British Airways

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Brazil’s airlines: recovery, growth and stable order books. Election instability remains a risk

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Budget Flying’s Continues to Change Airline Industry

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Etihad Airways likely to retire A330s, consolidate aircraft orders

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Finnair to offer digital newspapers on long-haul flights

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Saudi Arabia’s national carrier now ‘subsidy-free’

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The Most-Hedged U.S. Airlines Are Paying Higher Fuel Prices

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UK company sees new lives for retired Etihad A340s

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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap plans to hit debt market multiple times in ‘heavy’ year for capex

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A4E Aviation Summit, 6 March – Richard Quest meets the CEOs of Air France/KLM, easyJet, IAG, Lufthansa and Ryanair on stage

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EI-GJD Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight & Flown to Spokane, Wa for Painting

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IAG: High UK taxes make Level flights unlikely

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh among airline bosses to be grilled by MPs on Heathrow expansion plans

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International arrivals and departures at Cork, Dublin & Shannon airports increase significantly in January

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Ireland’s ASL Aviation closes Spanish carrier

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Lufthansa’s Clare unit claimed it would suffer ‘irreparable damage’ if workers went on strike

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Pól Ó Conghaile: Why Ryanair deserves praise for its latest PR move

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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement 18 February

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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell Hawaiian eyes Japanese market for A321neo funds.

@LewisHarperAB Air Italy will eventually have 50 aircraft, including 20 787s and 20 Max – many leased from Qatar Airways at “market rate” – Al Baker. “We don’t give anything for free”.

@salam_shawa.@qatarairways will operate the @airbus #A350-1000 to @heathrowairport as its first destination.  #FirstIn1000.

@winglets747  Previously Russia allowed Spain-Japan flights only from Madrid. Now BCN included, too. Norwegian & Level interested.

@winglets747 With Air Italy flying trans-Atlantic, what relations will it have with the oneworld-led JV? JV includes IAG, which is also partially owned by Air Italy owner Qatar.

Video Picks:

Finnair uses MobileFirst for iOS

Highlights: A350-1000 demo tour

Meridiana launches as Air Italy 

Qatar Airways Inaugural Flight to Canberra, Australia

Vijay Thakur Singh ambassador of India Feb 15 2018


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