Published on June 15th, 2015 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 15/06/2015
EI-EJY Airbus A330-223 c/n 970 Amentum Aircraft Leasing Ferried Amman-Athens-Lourdes 12/06/15 ex JY-AIE.
EI-FIN Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44701 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 12/06/15.
EI-FIO Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 61579 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 12/06/15.
Thomson Boeing 787 Dreamliner demonstration Flight 17th June in Dublin
Thomson will be bringing one of their B787 Dreamliners to Dublin on 17th June for a media event to publicize their new routes to Cancun & Montego Bay in Summer 2016. It will operate a local demonstration flight TOM8002, departing at 11:30 and returning at 12:45.
Flying In Ireland News:
Permission granted for aviation fuel pipeline from Dublin Port to Dublin Airport
United Airlines celebrates 10 years in Belfast as other Irish services expand
WOW air flights to Iceland take off
Global Aviation News:
A330neo enters detailed design phase
Boeing Believes Demand Exists for New Midrange Jetliner
Boeing bets on smaller passenger jets as Qantas closes in on Dreamliner deal
Boeing leads the wide-body race, while Airbus matches on single-aisle deliveries in May
Boeing still needs hundreds of 777 Classic orders to fill gap
CEO: Finnair eyes new narrowbody fleet; A350 to set stage for growth
‘Discipline’ for Airlines, Pain for Fliers
First A350-1000 for Qatar achieves definition freeze
Let Norwegian fly in America
Millennials – how and when are they connecting with travel online
U.S. Airlines Push for Investor Trust Amid Seat-Glut Concern
USTA: Corporations, other carriers oppose Delta, United and American on open skies
Virgin Atlantic could expand fleet in deal to replaces 747s
Irish Aviation News:
Belfast’s air links to Heathrow ‘could be’ cut warns airport: Pressure mounts on British Airways and others to replace regional routes
Read more: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/news/belfasts-air-links-to-heathrow-could-be-cut-warns-airport-pressure-mounts-on-british-airways-and-others-to-replace-regional-routes-31295925.html
Boeing, AerCap said to be negotiating on 100-jet 737 MAX order
Bombardier CS300 aircraft to visit Belfast facility on Friday 19th June
Councillors debate Aer Lingus Deal
Dublin Airport is beating heart of Fingal economy
Government ‘must explain Shannon Airport job cuts’
Low-cost airline Transavia now offering Dublin-Paris flights
Northern Ireland must retain its slots at Heathrow
Norwegian Air International transatlantic service should be approved immediately
Ryanair: from offensive charm to charm offensive
Ryanair/Aer Lingus: CMA confirms requirement for Ryanair to sell Aer Lingus stake
Ryanair Extends Chania Routes to Athens and Thessaloniki in August
Ryanair’s €850 million unsecured Eurobond wins this year’s award
R-4 Phantom jet fighter bound for Larne
Shannon Airport seeks to upgrade airside facilities
Shannon Group to discuss voluntary redundancies with staff
Sir Richard Branson doesn’t want to buy Aer Lingus – he just wants a level playing field
Travel Extra Sunday Supplement 14th June
Irish Aviation Research Institute ™ Blog Posts:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 13-06-15: http://bit.ly/1GABLyI
Ryanair adds extra flights on Dublin to Chania route to meet overwhelming demand: http://bit.ly/1dCzZl6
Tweets of the day:
@AerLingus Flying low over College Green in a 737, coming from #italia90 with the Boys in Green onboard. Unforgettable. #25yearson 🇮🇪️️
@EoinBearla Mayor also urges people to make a conscious decision to use @CorkAirport more, to help secure its future #corkcc.
@FlyFromCORK UK airline @flybe to continue their @CorkAirport – @Cardiff_Airport service throughout the Winter season with flights operating on Tue & Fri.
@JetwayMJ @Saab & @PACAVI_Group in partnership to complete @Airbus A320/321 passenger-to-freighter conversions #avgeek.
@LovinDublin Even low fares doesn’t beat this @Ryanair . @AerLingus roll out crisp sambo packs. Game on.
@PEdmondAero Boeing’s under pressure on B777 production rates – maybe it’s time for @ryanair to do that long-haul fleet deal?.
@tonyfernandes After 14 years of in malaysia aviation at last I see the light of a rational aviation industry. Where all players can make money.
@tonyfernandes At last we can be compared in terms of financials terms with Ryanair and easyjet. Big plus for airasia and Airasia x.
@tonyfernandes Now we just need Malaysian airports to get a win win scenario and avaition will fly which will add loads to malaysia. Economy.
Today’s Video Picks:
Boeing and the United Kingdom: Celebrating our Partnership
British Airways Open Day 2015- Aircraft Tours, Hangar and Ground Tours
*First Flight* Etihad Airways A330-200 at Edinburgh Airport | Water Salute & ATC HD
Highlights: Delivery of first Tunisair A330
Ready for delivery: Tunisair’s first A330