Published on May 26th, 2015 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 26/05/2015

Aircraft Update:

LN-RCX Boeing 737-883 c/n 30196 SAS Airlines To Lufthansa Technik 24/05/15.

LN-RNN Boeing 737-783 c/n 28315 SAS Airlines Departed Lufthansa Technik 24/05/15 arrived 10/05/15.

LY-LTF  Embraer ERJ-175LR c/n 17000017 Air Lituanica Ferried  Vilnius-Shannon 24/05/15 on return to lessor.

M-ABIO Airbus A320-232 c/n 2343 CIT Aerospace  Rolled out of Eirtech Aviation Shannon 24/05/15 in Ural Airlines colours.

Flying In Ireland News:

IAA Annual Safety Review for Ireland 2014

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Irish Coast Guard attend Lusitania Commemorations in Cork 

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Thomson Airways to launch direct flights from Dublin to Mexico and Jamaica in 2016 as it adds more Dreamliners

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Global Aviation News:

Air Canada’s new carry-on crackdown doomed to fail, critics claim

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Air France-KLM to ‘go looking for growth where it exists’

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ANPAC: Alitalia pilots and cabin crew to strike on 25-May-2015

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Eastern Air Lines and HavanaAir Charters To Provide Daily Air Service to Cuba

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IATA: Premium traffic growing in line with trend, but developing market indicators a concern

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Lawmakers advocate ‘Mother of all subsidies’ For Delta, United and American Airlines

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Libyan airline Afriqiyah sets up Malta company

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Lufthansa’s Austrian Arm Plans for Growth After Lowering Costs

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LuxairGroup Improves Results for 2014

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Max to the max: Boeing’s 737 Max build begins at rapid-fire Renton plant

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No Fuel? Nigeria’s Biggest Carrier Arik Grounds Flights

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Small Planet Airlines enters Germany

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus sale to IAG likely to increase flight prices – IMPACT

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Council agrees to fund stake in Ireland West Airport Knock

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Dublin Aerospace launches 2015 Apprenticeship scheme

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Europe Said to Clear Path for Ireland’s Sale of Aer Lingus

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Report on sale of Aer Lingus must be made available to Transport Committee

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Ryanair,  Groups service “lands” also in Italy

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Ryanair to cease four routes from Reus from 2nd July [Spanish]

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Systems Interface completes Ireland West Airport Knock VHF Radio Upgrade and Control Tower Desk replacement

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The Ryanair approach to progressive enhancement

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Viability report on airport site nearing completion

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Irish Aviation Research Institute ™ Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus 8th Airbus A330 EI-EWR Enters Service:

Dublin-Weston Executive Airport reports second year of bizav growth:

First Etihad Airways Airbus A330-200 in new livery operates to Dublin Airport:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 16-05-15:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 23-05-15:

Irish Aviation Authority and Shannon’s IASC partner to launch new Irish “EJ” corporate aircraft register:

Jet Assist Ltd announces plans for new $4.1 million Hangar and FBO Project at Belfast International Airport:

NetJets Europe Bombardier Challenger 350 visits Dublin Airport:

Ryanair accelerates Berlin Schönefeld-Cologne route launch and adds new routes in Berlin and Hamburg:

Ryanair increases frequencies on 12 routes from Dublin Airport this winter season:

South Aer FBO announces new Cork Airport facility underlining their long term commitment:

Tweets of the day:

@manairport One point @aerlingus and @ryanair? Is that all? Our agreement was 12pts! #Eurovision2015.

@ReutersAero  #Airbus expects “significant number” of orders at #PAS15, says strategy chief Marwan Lahoud.

@ryanairpilots Danish Labour Court sets June 15th for a final decision on whether unions can carry out a legal #strike against #Ryanair at #Copenhagen

Today’s Video Picks:

Alitalia ends tie-up with Air France-KLM

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