Published on June 22nd, 2015 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 22/06/2015

Aircraft Update:

A7-AIA Airbus A321-231 c/n 4173 Qatar Airways To Eirtech Aviation Shannon 20/06/15.

C-GSGF DHC-6 Twin Otter Sander Geophysics arrived in Weston 21/06/15 for 4th phase of Tellus Survey.

D-AIGW Airbus A340-313 c/n 0327 Lufthansa departed Eirtech Aviation 19/06/15 in Star Alliance colours.

D-AIGX Airbus A340-313 c/n 0354 Lufthansa to Eirtech Aviation Dublin 19/06/15.        

EI-FKI Boeing 767-36N(ER) c/n 30841) GECAS  Airtest from Atlantic Aviation Group 19/06/15 in full euroAtlantic Airways colours.

Flying In Ireland News:

DCU Management (Aviation Leadership) Open Evening

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Irish Historic Flight Foundation

Thomson Airways brings Boeing 787 ‘Dreamliner’ to Dublin

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Global Aviation News:

Boeing, Enter Air Announce Order for Four 737s

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Bombardier leaves Paris ‘satisfied’ but without CSeries orders

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Etihad and Qatar Airways Report Earnings, So to Speak — But Are they for Real?

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Europe Leads in new Long-Haul Routes

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GECAS’ Cargo Aircraft Group Launches Boeing 737-800NG Passenger-to-Freighter Conversion Program

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Jetstar readies for fare war

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Levy on frequent leisure flyers proposed to make airport expansion unnecessary

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Lufthansa cabin crew say no more talks, strikes more likely

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Malaysia Airlines Appoints New Chief Operations Officer

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Nice Airport Takes on Tax Reduction Initiative

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus boss Kavanagh and CFO Bot to get bonus after €1.4bn sale

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Clock starts ticking on Aer Lingus takeover

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Denis O’Brien seeking to sell his Gulfstream jet for €60m

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Ethiopian Starts Flights to Dublin and Los Angeles – The First Service Linking the Two Cities with Africa

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Exclusive: IAG bid for Aer Lingus unlikely to win unconditional EU approval

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Fuelling the Global Success of Ireland in International Aviation

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IAG deal means Aer Lingus can now reach new heights

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Lord Empey wants legislation to protect Belfast to Heathrow air-link

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Mairead Glennon, Tellus Project Manager, Geological Survey of Ireland talking to Noel McGuinness about the 4th phase of the Tellus survey


Stormont decides not to scrap air passenger duty

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Strabane native on first 787 Dreamliner to touch down on Irish soil

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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement: Ireland’s first €100m Travel Agent

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Irish Aviation Research Institute ™ Blog Posts:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 20-06-15:

Ireland leveraging its aviation experience to drive unprecedented growth:

Tweets of the day:

@EmbraerSA With Aircastle’s order, at @salondubourget, #E2s backlog achieved 640 commitments – 267 firm orders, 373 options and purchase rights #pas15.

@starflyergold Levy on frequent leisure flyers proposed to make airport expansion unnecessary  (nuts, you can say goodbye to LHR).

@winglets747 AirAsia X unlikely to take A350s, so what other airline will offer 10 abreast?.

@winglets747 Comparison: On a 12 hour flight Lufthansa never once managed to refill my water. On a 90 minute flight LOT refilled my water twice.

@winglets747 Russia has 130 airlines but top 10 carry 90% of traffic. Aeroflot believes 30 airlines is enough.

Today’s Video Picks:

Bombardier CSeries Surpasses Performance Expectations at Paris Air Show 2015 – AINtv

Cruising around the world: Innsbruck – Nice (Part II) – Baltic Aviation Academy

Dassault’s Falcon 8X Business Jet Excites Crowds at Paris Air Show 2015 – AINtv Express

Paris Air Show 2015: Flying the A350 XWB

Paris Air Show 2015 – Monday 15 June – A380 and A350 XWB Flying displays (uncut version)

The Rafale’s demonstration from the cockpit – 2015 Paris Air Show – Dassault Aviation



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