Published on June 18th, 2015 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 18/06/2015
EI-FGP ERJ190AR c/n 19000050 Aldus Portfolio Leasing Ferried Alverca-Norwich 15/06/15 for painting ex JY-EME.
EI-LNC Boeing 787-8 c/n 34795 Norwegian Longhaul Re-registered and positioned Copenhagen-London Gatwick 15/06/15.
G-PRPA DHC.8-402 c/n 4187 Flybe Ferried Exeter-Shannon 15/06/15 in full United Express/Republic Airlines colours to Eirtech Aviation for painting into FlyBe colours.
OY-SRH Boeing 767-204(ER)(SF) c/n 24457 Star Air to Atlantic Aviation Group hangar 16/06/15.
Flying In Ireland News:
DCU Management (Aviation Leadership) Open Evening
Irish Historic Flight Foundation
Global Aviation News:
easyJet’s fastest-growing airports revealed; London leads way with three German airports in top 15 for growth
Ethiopian Purchases Six Additional B-787 from Boeing
Emirates in talks for bigger A380 model, Airbus confirms
European Airlines Ponder New Lobby Group
Lufthansa’s Latest Savings Plan Falls Short as Fares Slide
Superjet Is Positive On SSJ100 Sales
THAI to downsize fleet by more than 24 in 2016
United Airlines to Shift Its Premium Transcontinental Flights to Newark Hub
WestJet to start flying between Gatwick and Canada
1st scheduled European flight lands Thursday
Irish Aviation News:
Brand champion – the Q&A series: Michelle Corbett
City of Copenhagen owns Ryanair stock
Donohoe: Aer Lingus proceeds cannot be used for pension scheme
ENAC: Ryanair carried most passengers in Italy in 2014
Intrepid Aviation Leases Two New Boeing 777-300ER Aircraft to Philippine Airlines
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/23865
Irish firms place €10bn of orders for airplanes at Paris show
Minister Sherlock leads Enterprise Ireland delegation to International Paris Air Show
Norwegian Air Shuttle renews its attempt to obtain US rights for NAI. Part 1: the arguments
Ryanair customers urged to check-in early as website, app to be temporarily taken offline
Ryanair joins with Aer Lingus bidder to propose new strategy
Scaling the heights: Irish success stories – Datalex
Shannon-Birmingham service readies for take-off
Thomson Airways Dreamliner Lands At Dublin Airport
Irish Aviation Research Institute ™ Blog Posts:
DHL & Dublin Aerospace Plane Pull in aid of Aoibheann’s Pink Tie: http://bit.ly/1IasWIB
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 13-06-15: http://bit.ly/1GABLyI
Norwegian Airlines transfer of Boeing 787s from Irish register continues as CEO makes fresh appeal for US DOT approval: http://bit.ly/1dFMWe6
Ryanair adds extra flights on Dublin to Chania route to meet overwhelming demand: http://bit.ly/1dCzZl6
Tweets of the day:
@AirlineFlyer @JetBlue now reporting 85% of its A320 fleet now online with @ViaSatInc WiFi. That’s roughly 110/130 tails. The E190s come next. #PaxEx.
@aviator_aero B757 which is expected to be provided by Loftleidir (Iceland) under ACMI. Refuleing stop in S. Africa.
@e_russell “We need to establish a federally chartered, fully independent, not-for-profit corporation,” to operate + mod US ATC says @RepBillShuster.
@ghimlay Asian airlines account for an overwhelming share (>70%) of orders at this year’s quietish #PAS15.
@ghimlay US3 have rebutted @JetBlue in #ME3vsUS3, says it’s “manifestly false” that AA, DL and UA dominate domestic marketplace.
@ghimlay US3 call @JetBlue’s comments “commercially motivated”, say it benefits from “subsidized Gulf carrier feed”.
@winglets747 British Airways in May resumed Kuala Lumpur with daily service, but in October Air France will end its four weekly flights. (& MAS cut FRA).
Today’s Video Picks:
Braathens Aviation Contract signature – Day 2 highlights
CITES Secretary General, John E. Scanlon, addressing world’s aviation leaders at IATA AGM 2015
From the Paris Air Show with GE Aviation – the Airbus A350
GE Aviation’s Avionics Computing System (ACS) Offers Sustainable Customer Savings
#justice4iass support group
Paris Air Show Le Bourget 2015 International Defense Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition France Day 2