Published on March 8th, 2018 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 08/03/2018

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Aircraft Repossessions – Mitigating costs by Amit Tyagi

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 March

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 March

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 5 March

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 5 March

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 March:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus 12th Airbus A330 Enters Revenue Service 

Ryanair increases fleet to 422 Aircraft in February 

Aircraft Update: 

EI-EHH ATR42-300 c/n 196 Stobart Air Ferried Dublin-Maastricht 06/03/18 on return to lessor.

EI-GFG Airbus A330-223 c/n 493 Aigle Azur Ferried Lourdes-Malta 05/03/18 prior paint & delivery to become F-HTAC. 

EI-RUO Boeing 737-808 c/n 34703 Vardy Ltd Ferried Lasham-Liverpool-Dublin 29/02-03/03/18 in Transaero Airlines colours. 

Global Aviation News:

Aeromexico’s new fare structure includes basic economy

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Air Baltic weighs investor options after performance improves

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Air Arabia planning 100-jet deal for Airbus A320s or Boeing 737s

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Boeing will not revive the 767

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British Airways extends business agreement with Qatar Airways

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Cathay CEO Hogg Has Tough To-Do List and These Charts Show Why

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Developers seek to partner with IAG on Heathrow terminal

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El Al Taps Aviation Regulator in Campaign to Access Saudi Air

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Emirates unveils more spacious Business Class seats on its Boeing 777 aircraft

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Fiji aviation market: Fiji Airways adds fifth A330 and renews 737 fleet. Needs to justify protection

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LCC product matches growing leisure travel trend: Boeing executive director

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Lufthansa sees Italy coming under pressure over Alitalia

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Retirement wave coming that will boost A330neo sales, says Airbus

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UK-Germany market enjoys six straight years of growth; flag carriers lead the way, London Heathrow is top airport

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Virgin Atlantic unbundles economy fares

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Irish Aviation News:

Cork Airport shortlisted in competition to be new route in Eurowings winter schedule

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CUH begin talks to build helipad

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Loganair adds Glasgow – Derry route from late-Oct 2018

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Loganair to replace Ryanair’s Glasgow to Derry service 

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NAC purchased and immediately leased back four Bombardier CRJ900s to CityJet

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Norwegian Air International plans service to Canada

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Ryanair boss attacks Heathrow expansion cost

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Ryanair CEO says eyeing flights from Vienna airport

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Ryanair to use “pretty much all” of Boeing 737 buying options

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Secret Airport Hubs & Airlines: Dublin & Aer Lingus

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute airtransat from 10MAR18 begins Airbus A320 aircraft service, followed by A321 on 22MAY18.

@Airlineroute Alaska Air Cargo will begin flying cargo on flights operated by Virgin America from July 2018. It also plans to add Freighter service to Dillingham, Unalakleet, and King Salmon.

@e_russell “Bringing back the 767 passenger airplane – I just don’t see it.” -Randy Tinseth. 

@ghimlay Southwest CEO Gary Kelly says the airline “will want” more than 30 737 Max 7s (even though the airline deferred most of its Max 7s not too long ago) #Aviation18.

@ghimlay Transatlantic service on Southwest is a “maybe”, says CEO. But going across the pond is not part of the 50 new destinations airline is currently studying #Aviation18.

Video Picks:

British Airways High Life Entertainment  – March 2018

Emirates’ Superwomen Airbus A380 Flight to San Francisco | International 

Eurowings – Cork – You vote. We fly.

Marina Mylona of Cyprus Tourism talks about inbound market from Ireland 

Tripreport | WOW Air | Dublin(DUB)-Reykjavik(KEF) | Airbus A321-200 | Economy 


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