Published on June 4th, 2015 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 04/06/2015
LY-AQX Boeing 737-322 c/n 24664 Avia AM Ferried Vilnus-Ostrava 01/06/15 for painting.
VP-BBL Boeing 747-45E(BDSF) c/n 27174 GECAS Delivered Teruel Airport-Griffiss International Airport 02/06/15 ex N852TM.
Flying In Ireland News:
Aircraft Register Update May 2015
Aviation Industry Awards 2015
Government wins vote on sale of shareholding in Aer Lingus – a look at the background
Global Aviation News:
A380 Showing Up in South Korean Airports
Airline alliances killing competition, US carrier JetBlue says
Airlines: The Coming Days Will Test The Power Of The Oligopoly
Alaska Air: Value And Growth In An Unloved Industry
Analysis: Why is the US proposing ten new CBP pre-clearance airports?
Boeing Starts Building the First 737 MAX
Croatia Airlines Offers Stake for 50 Million Euros, CEO Says
Etihad’s Formal Legal Response To The U.S. Big Three Airlines: Don’t Bring That Weak Stuff In Here!
European aircraft movements up 1.7% in 2014, real costs down better than 3%
European air transport regulation needs a rethink
Flybe ‘hungry’ to base aircraft at Cardiff as airport commits to 10-year deal that brings new routes
JetBlue Scolds U.S. Airlines in Gulf Case on Antitrust Alliances
LOT Polish Airlines to temporarily suspend six routes due to restructuring plan
Skymark Airlines questions feasibility of Intrepid’s rehabilitation plan for the carrier
Star Alliance to use Sabre’s industry-first technology to simplify booking of Round the World fares
Tourism Minister says profitable airlines have been ‘rationalising’ their fleets for several years
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus cash should fund high-speed rail line to Wexford
Aer Lingus Regional connects Doncaster Sheffield to Dublin
Airline takeover could benefit Stobart’s plans
Cork Airport Statement Re CSA Czech Airlines Routes
Enda Kenny set to announce 2016 American football game in Dublin tomorrow
Eyes to the Skies for Shannon Airshow
IAG will at least have breathing room to expand Aer Lingus
Irish airports lose exclusivity on offering US pre-clearance
Labour Court proposes 4% pay hike for airport staff
Larne’s Norman Surplus resumes gyrocopter flight
Peer’s plea over key routes to London as Aer Lingus sell-off looms
Ryanair’s passenger numbers and load factors rise in May
UK airport’s €1.3bn plan flies in face of Dublin
Irish Aviation Research Institute ™ Blog Posts:
How Boeing’s 787 is Opening New Markets from Dublin Airport: http://bit.ly/1eGFPTl
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 30-05-15: http://bit.ly/1LU13ra
Norwegian Transfers first Boeing 787 from Irish to Norwegian Register: http://bit.ly/1AE84vV
Ryanair takes delivery of 15 Boeing 737-800s with a further 6 to be delivered during Summer 2015: http://bit.ly/1dDCPae
21 years of Aer Lingus Airbus A330 ETOPS operations over the North Atlantic: http://bit.ly/1RG3y4d
Tweets of the day:
@CzechAirlines Earlier today,after thorough analyses,Czech Airlines Mngmt has decided not to launch operations of two-planned new services from Cork,….
@CzechAirlines i.e. not to operate the Cork–Prague and the Cork–Ibiza routes.Psngrs volume development and advanced bookings for the routes and markets…
@CzechAirlines …the Czech and the Irish,despite intensive mktngand business support did not match our expectations and wasn´t in line with the original..
@CzechAirlines ..estimates and calculations.On the basis of bookings development launching operations on the routes wouldn´t be economically viable from..
@LARA_StephanieT James Halstead @AviationStrat says LCCs have been responsible for all intra-European growth since the noughties #arc15lon #avgeek.
Today’s Video Picks:
IT at Aerlingus
Lynx Helicopter Operating Limit Development
Why Travel Leaders Attended Phocuswright Europe 2015