Published on April 14th, 2015 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/04/2015

Aircraft Update:

G-CIOE  Boeing 737-46J c/n 27171 Aerotron Ltd   Rolled out of Eirtech Aviation Shannon 12/04/15 in all white colours towed to Transaero Engineering ex VP-BDG.

LN-RRN Boeing 737-783 c/n 30191 SAS Airlines  To Shannon Aerospace 12/04/15.

VP-CME Boeing 767-231(ER) c/n 22567  Mid East Jet to Transaero Engineering 12/04/15.

Global Aviation News:

Air Namibia to receive USD49m in government funding in FY2016

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Airlines and Airports Seek Share of UK Regional Connectivity Fund

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Croatia Airlines Talks Future Partnerships

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DATA: What are the Fastest Growing Airlines in Western Europe?

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DATA: What are the Fastest Growing Airports in Eastern Europe?

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European Travel Continues to Record Positives Despite Challenges

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French Airports Join Forces to Promote Regions

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Manchester Seeks Beijing, Mumbai Flights as 9-Year Record Falls

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Oil Prices and the Aviation Industry

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Oliver Wyman MRO Survey: New Aviation Technology Could Dramatically Change MRO Competitive Landscape Shifting or Reducing Industry Revenue By Up To $15B

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Red Arrows on the menu for MasterChef semi-final episode

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Some interesting photographs of the Air National Guard F-15s at work in Europe

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Tampere-Pirkkala Airport Set to Open New Terminal

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Technology Cannot Replace Pilots

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UK Airports Share Routes Europe Successes

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Irish Aviation News:

A Case Of Bad User Experience: Ryanair

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Aer Lingus got €13m sales boost from deal with Virgin

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Aviation Industry Awards 2015 Shortlist

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Belfast International sets out stall at major routes conference

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CountryWide Angus O’Leary and Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary


Emirates now No 1 air cargo carrier for Irish exports

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IAG deal should not be allowed interfere with Ethiopian expansion, TD warns

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Malloy proposes $5M subsidy for transatlantic flight

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Routes Europe Flashback: Ryanair From the Beginning

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Ryanair cans Tampere winter routes

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Waypoint Looks To Expand In Asia From Singapore Office

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World’s largest aircraft lands in Shannon

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Irish Aviation Research Institute ™ Blog Posts:

Another year of record Ireland-North American capacity growth:

DIT Aeronautical Society visit to Aer Lingus Hangar 6: 

Inaugural Irish Student Aviation Symposium announced for 21st October 2015:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 11-04-15:

Ryanair takes delivery of 11th and 12th brand new Boeing 737-800s: 

Spanish carrier Vueling Airlines starts new Dublin Service:

Tweets of the day:

@jonostrower Launching a new airplane is a lot like running for president: Coy hedging, worst-kept-secret launch, endorsements, then spend billions.

@LARA_Editor  Better for 3 Lithuanian airports to compete with 400 other European airports than against each other, says CCO Baltrusaisyte. #RoutesEurope. 

@LARA_Editor  @EmbraerSA’s Lago says lot of LFA chat on E195-E2 (144 seats). Keeping trip cost near to A320, but more comparable seat cost. #RoutesEurope.

@TheHUBRoutes Majority of panel and audience agree that Norwegian should be allowed an AOC in Ireland at the #RoutesEurope #StrategySummit.

@TheHUBRoutes Lithuania’s three airports (Vilnius, Kaunas, Palanga) were merged in 2014 to remove national competition, says Baltrusaityte. 


@routesonline  David Stroud @ASM_Ltd says be honest with your airport’s catchment area, airlines will demand data to back up your claims #RoutesEurope.

Today’s Video Picks:

LAUNCH: Shannon Airport European Sport Tourism Summit 2015

LOT Polish Airlines CEO Update

Survival Strategies For Mid and Small Network and Legacy Airlines

Qantas: Evolution of a “Hybrid” Airline Group


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