Published on June 23rd, 2015 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/06/2015

Aircraft Update:

EI-DSY Airbus A320-216 c/n 3666 Air One ferried Rome Fiumicino-Manchester 22/06/15 for paint into Alitalia colours.

LN-LNE Boeing 787-8 c/n 34796 Norwegian Longhaul Re-registered and in service 17/06/15 Copenhagen-New York JFK-Copenhagen ex EI-LNE.

N167CR Boeing 757-2G5 c/n 26278 AerCap ferried Seletar-Guam-Honolulu-Goodyear 18/19-06/15 for PCF-conversion, for SF Airlines. 

Flying In Ireland News:

Thomson Airways brings Boeing 787 ‘Dreamliner’ to Dublin

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Global Aviation News:

Air Berlin eyes all-Airbus fleet by the end of next year

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Air Peace Grows Fleet, To Resume Port -Harcourt Operations

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Alitalia overhaul gathers pace with unveiling of new Economy, Premium Economy and Business class cabins

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Air NZ sells Safe Air subsidiary to Airbus; no jobs losses expected

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An unlikely marriage

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Cardiff Aviation to launch new EASA-compliant ‘airline in a box’

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CSA Czech Airlines to resume flights to UK in July

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easyJet refusing to be rushed into onboard connectivity investment

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Hammad: Flybe turnaround program “absolutely on track”

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Norwegian Air admits mistakes

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The Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet Gets a New Lease on Life

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Irish Aviation News:

Air India disaster: 30th anniversary Terror and tragedy on Flight 182

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Bocomm hires new executive for Irish office

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Call for UK-type fund to back routes from rural airports

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IAG formally sets out bid to Aer Lingus shareholders

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Omega Aerial Refueling Services and Wasabi Rabbit Launch New Marketing Relationship

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Paul Sweeney: It is not too late to change course on Aer Lingus

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Plane makes emergency landing at Cork Airport

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Ryanair Clashes With Denmark Over Labor Laws

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Ryanair extends Podgorica flights

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Ryanair in talks to serve Tunisia

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300 travellers forced to sleep on Belfast airport floor as United Airlines flight diverted due to disruptive passenger

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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:

@e_russell “We’re excited to return to the Haneda market with daily year-round service from our Los Angeles hub,” says @AmericanAir…

@e_russell @Delta says its not “commercially feasible” to fly SEA-HND daily 365 days/year, in DOT filing. @AmericanAir has backup authority for freq.

@Grandpois We are close to getting an AOC in Zambia and Zimbabwe for @fastjet CEO Ed Winter tells #avaf15 -“But I am not putting a deadline on it”.

@mohamedrahma #avaf15 Paul Griffiths CEO Dubai Airports: think big,  think different,  very inspirational indeed.

@RunwayGirl Some 83% of passengers travel with a smartphone and 15% travel with at least three personal electronic devices.

@winglets747  Many countries are itchy for more air passengers. UK’s approach seems to be to kill demand rather than find solution.

Today’s Video Picks:

Airbus A320 U.S. Manufacturing Facility: Employee training

ATRS: Advanced Teleportation Reality System – Day 5 highlights

Paris Air Show Wrap: Wow! Boeing  Innovation Leads the Way at Le Bourget

SWISS prepares to integrate the C Series aircraft into its fleet!

Tony Ryan, the man behind Ryanair -Ryan Legacy | RTÉ One | Tuesday 23 June 9.35pm



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