Published on February 26th, 2018 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 26/02/2018

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:

Cello Aviation establishing new Dublin Base: 

Cityjet Takes Delivery of 21st New Bombardier CRJ900: 

Aircraft Update:

CS-TFM Boeing 777-212 c/n 28513 Euro Atlantic Airways Ferried Dublin-Lisbon 24/02/18 after paint into standard colours. 

5N-BVE Boeing 777-21H c/n 29324 Air Peace Delivered Dublin-Lagos 23/02/18 ex A6-EMK.

Global Aviation News:

Boeing CEO Is Intent on ‘Targeted’ Deals

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Corporate-Jet Sales Sag for Third Year

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

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High Flyer Interview: Norwegian Airlines CCO, Thomas Ramdahl  

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Iberia’s First A350 in Final Assembly Stage

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London Airports Could Take On 30 Million More Passengers Without New Runways

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Norwegian takes delivery of final Boeing 737-800 aircraft

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Qantas Hands Back Yet More Cash to Shareholders

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Qantas Is Setting Up a Pilot-Training School

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The Two Words That Will Help Get an Airline Upgrade Over the Phone

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US airlines’ futile chase of higher capacities

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Service From Bradley Falls Short Of Revenue Target

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ALAFCO and SMBC Aviation Capital conclude A350 transaction

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CarTrawler eyes further growth as it downplays talk of flotation

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EI-GJE Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight

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EI-GJF Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight

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EQT puts Nordic Aviation Capital up for sale

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NAC sold one Bombardier DHC8-103, MSN 310, to Widerøe

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PIA awards A320 and A319 bids to DAE and JSA

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Ryanair chief backs ‘vital’ capacity boost at Stansted

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Ryanair launches Edinburgh to Lisbon route

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Ryanair moves routes from Frankfurt-Hahn to Frankfurt am Main

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Ryanair plans to ask Galp for compensation on fuel disruptions

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Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement: Is Flybe about to become the next Irish airline? 

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute Alitalia cancels Rome – Abu Dhabi service from 25MAR18.

@e_russell “We’re never going to be a carrier that relies entirely on cost structures as its competitive advantage – ours is much more of a network advantage.” -American CEO Parker.

@IrlEmbEthiopia Good meeting with @flyethiopian in their Addis HQ today to discuss their growing business with Ireland and trade, tourism & investment opportunities between #Ethiopia & #Ireland.

@jmhdinger .@HawaiianAir order for six A330-800s remains in place, at least for now, amid reports of a switcheroo to Boeing’s 787-9.

@winglets747  “Joyce believes Australia’s airline duopoly, whereby two companies control 98 per cent of the market, provides a foundation for reliable profit growth.”

Video Picks:

IAG reports operating profit of €3.02bn on strong demand

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Qatar Airways CEO Al Baker on New Airbus Planes, Growth, Qatar Blockade

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