Published on February 23rd, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/02/2018

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: 

N258NV Airbus A320-214 c/n 4015 Allegiant Air Delivered Shannon-Bangor 22/02/18 ex HZ-AS11.

Global Aviation News:

Airlines sound alarm over ‘blank cheque’ for Heathrow third runway

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Aviation cliff-edge: How Brexit is sabotaging a British success story

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Ethiopian wants Addis Ababa to be Africa’s Dubai 

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Heathrow boss hits back at airlines over expansion cost claims

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Heathrow vs other European airports: much more expensive; airlines want terminal monopoly broken up

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Low cost long haul airlines are becoming a vital new ingredient of a fast changing industry

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Norwegian Air Shuttle CEO eyes Seattle expansion with new Boeing 787 Dreamliners

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Norwegian Air: rapid expansion & strategic innovation hasn’t led to profits yet. It needs to soon

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Stewart Airport to be rebranded New York Stewart International

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Trump tax reform to spur competition on transatlantic routes

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UK should demand cost pledge for new runway-airline bosses

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Why an American Airlines Monopoly Works for Charlotte

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Irish Aviation News:

ALAFCO and SMBC Aviation Capital conclude A350 transaction

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Avolon’s revenue reaches US$2.4 billion in 2017

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EasyJet announces new route from Belfast to Venice

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EQT puts Nordic Aviation Capital up for sale

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Flybe shares take wing as Stobart Group eyes takeover bid

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh warns MPs not to trust Heathrow over expansion plans

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Ryanair boss backs Stansted plan to boost capacity and create 5,000 new jobs

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Ryanair Launches Northern Ireland Winter 18 Schedule

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Ryanair plans to ask Galp for compensation on fuel disruptions

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Ryanair to close Timisoara base in Romania in March 

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Shannon Airport predicting 20% growth in transatlantic passenger traffic in 2018

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The Imitation Game: Part 3 – Quality Investing Case Studies – Ryanair 

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Ukraine’s Infrastructure Minister: Talks with Ryanair succeed, flights to start in autumn

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Ukraine International Airlines intends to launch Kiev-Dublin route in 2020

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Tweet Picks:

@AvWeekScho Air New Zealand is in the final stages of negotiating an operating lease for another 787-9, to be added in 2020 fiscal year. This means it will have 14 by the end of FY2020 (vs 11 now).

@e_russell Airline “CEOs, Doug Parker in particularly, have been very very clear that the market structure is different,” says Oneworld chief Gurney. #AvDayUSA.

@e_russell American is weighing two big fleet decisions: what do with its 767 fleet and its A350 order, says CEO Parker.

@e_russell “I think United is quite right that United is underserved at it’s key hubs,” says Airbus USA president Eccleston. #AvDayUSA.

@e_russell Qantas let one 787 option lapse as it waits to prove the business case for the aircraft.

Video Picks:

Qantas has ‘huge’ changes coming in international routes: CEO

Qantas results a ‘vindication’ for CEO’s turnaround plan

Qantas 1H Net Income at $607 Million

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