Published on June 24th, 2015 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 24/06/2015
C-FJZK Boeing 767-3Q8ER c/n 29386 Air Canda Rouge Delivered Shannon-Montréal 22/06/15 ex 5Y-KYV.
EI-FDL Airbus A320-232 c/n 2029 MetroJet Ferried Kaunas-Ostrava 23/06/15 after storage.
EI-FKL Embraer 190LR c/n 19000067 Aldus Portfolio Leasing Ferried Alverca-Norwich 23/06/15 for painting ex JY-EMF.
EI-XLN Boeing 747-412 c/n 28029 Transaero Airlines Ferried Kurumoch International-Moscow Sheremetyevo 19/06/15 after pain into special tiger colours.
Flying In Ireland News:
Dallas based ‘all-you-can-fly carrier ‘Rise’ to start European operations in early 2016 including London – Dublin
Forthcoming White Paper will underpin decisions on future provision of Irish Defence Force equipment
Irish Air Corps CASA takes part in 2015 Super CEPCO, a joint surveillance exercise in the Baltic and North Sea
Ministers confirm Air Corps pilot EAS ‘air ambulance’ service will continue operations but “all options” remain under consideration
Global Aviation News:
Air France Accelerates 747 Last Scheduled Service to Jan 2016
Airline Globalization’s History: Once An Advantage, Now a Threat
ATR Climbs to 1,500 Orders, Launches New Cabin Options
Delta Air Lines makes changes in Boston, adding routes where it has positions of strength
Gol enjoys price stabilisation in Brazil, but tough conditions will linger well into the future
Icelandair to take two Boeing 767s, three Bombardier Q400s
JetBlue Brings Mint to Boston in Fresh Approach at Logan International
LOT Flies into Japanese Market After Business Restructuring
New model calculates how air transport connects the world
Read more: http://phys.org/news/2015-06-air-world.html
Refueling Discipline Crucial for Pilots and FBOs
Royal Brunei Airlines focuses on regional growth as restructuring phase ends, new 5-year plan begins
SAS losses narrow in 2Q on capacity restraint. Long-haul capacity growth planned for 2016
US immigration pre-clearance is extended in Europe, North Asia, and Caribbean, but at what cost?
Volga deal for 747-8Fs not as solid as assumed by some; production rate reduction likely
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus takes major steps to bond with unions as it moves closer to being taken over IAG
“Airports can have a different conversation with Ryanair now” says CMO Kenny Jacobs
Gatwick chairman Sir Roy Mc Nulty: Belfast will keep London air routes
GE Capital Aviation Services Delivers New Airbus A321 to Thomas Cook
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/23979
Glitch in Ryanair app let users access other people’s boarding passes
IAG Says Financing Arrangements In Place For Aer Lingus Offer
Irish sovereignty extends only so high
Region urged to support Kerry Airport
Ryanair carried more international customers than any other carrier in 2014 – IATA
Ryanair demand take-off slots at Orly [French]
S7 Airlines resumes flights to Dublin
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/23971
Tony Ryan’s legacy
Irish Aviation Research Institute ™ Blog Posts:
IAG carriers deploy Airbus A320 Sharklet fitted aircraft on Dublin routes: http://bit.ly/1J2StGB
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 20-06-15: http://bit.ly/1Ir0i67
Ireland leveraging its aviation experience to drive unprecedented growth: http://bit.ly/1IsktAw
Tweets of the day:
@e_russell “I’m not a very fun person…I’m a little bit embarrassed by the video” on @Delta flights, says CEO Anderson. Still supports fun safety vids.
@e_russell Very true, good example! @Delta CEO Anderson points out that shipping suitcase overnight on FedEx often more expensive than an airline seat.
@e_russell ME3 have announced plans for a 25% increase in capacity to the USA since January, says @Delta CEO Anderson.
@e_russell “We really feel that we are the hometown airline,” says @Delta CEO Anderson to Detroit Economic Club. DL serves 12 cities in MI, he adds.
@winglets747 United States expects US-Brazil open skies to be implemented as planned on 1 October 2015.
Today’s Video Picks:
Aero-TV: One Aviation’s Debut — A Singular Attempt To Re-Build GA
A drone just hit my plane this morning
A flying sucess with 1,000 rescues for EAS