Published on July 22nd, 2015 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 22/07/2015
EI-DSF Airbus A320-216 c/n 3080 Air Berlin Delivered Rome Fiumicino-Dublin-Munich 21/07/15 to become D-ABZN.
I-PDVZ Sukhoi RRJ95 c/n 95072 InterJet Ferried Venice-Ostrava 19/07/15 for paint prior delivery.
P4-AST DHC-8-402 c/n Falcon Aviation Services Delivered Downsview-Goose Bay-Keflavik-Shannon-Riga-Aktobe 20-23/07/15 Qazaq Air decals applied at Shannon.
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Flying In Ireland News:
Airbus brings their new A.350WXB to Dublin
Emergency Aeromedical Support Service (EAS) established on a permanent basis
State Visit by the President of Germany Joacahim Gauck
Global Aviation News:
Aeromexico transitions to 787s, phasing out 767s; non-stops Mexico City-Tokyo and upgrade for London
Airport construction mid-year review 2015: USD441 billion in airport investment, 2,520 projects
Boeing, EVA Air Finalize Order for Five 777 Freighters
British Open Playoff Becomes Three-Way Win for Buffett’s NetJets
Chinese carrier in talks with Scotland’s two busiest airports over potential “piggy-back” flight via Manchester
China Southern Airlines exceeds 55x flights target to Australia/NZ. Competition regulators query JVs
Delta Air Lines extends its wings
ET-AQQ Boeing 737-860 Ethiopian First Flight
Fierce competition forces Austrian Airlines to quit Dubai service
Full-service airlines have room for growth in India – Vistara CFO
Government hikes subsidy for Larnaca-Brussels flight
Here’s why every flight you take is obsessively monitored
Lockheed Martin acquires Sikorsky for US$9bn
Prestwick Airport losses double since bailout
Wow Air’s $99 Fare Sale Is a Lesson in Low-Cost Pricing and Pitfalls
747 Qantas jumbo brings tourism boom for Albion Park airport
Irish Aviation News:
Avolon delivers an Airbus A320-200 to Thai AirAsia
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/24327
Cityjet Take-off with ProStrategy & IBM Cognos Business Analytics
Donegal spitfire artefacts on show
Denroy adds its weight to north’s composite hub
Denroy to brush up on aerospace game in Belfast hub
Excitement at Dublin Airport as Team Ireland fly out for Special Olympics Games
FM104 to broadcast live from Dublin Airport
NATS and Belfast International Airport extend contract
public link is new PR agency of Ryanair in Germany [German]
Read more: http://www.presseportal.de/pm/55099/3076694
Ryanair offer a direct flight between Tenerife South and Venice from October 26 [Spanish]
Ryanair refused permission to appeal to Supreme Court over Aer Lingus divestiture order
Why I miss the bad old days of Ryanair
Irish Aviation Research Institute ™ Blog Posts:
An Isle of Man registered Learjet 40 now based at Dublin Airport: http://bit.ly/1K6HVtn
Emirates Airlines 100th Boeing 777 aircraft visits Dublin Airport: http://bit.ly/1DeXfMw
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 11-07-15: http://bit.ly/1GdCvF1
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 18-07-15: http://bit.ly/1MgJhlz
Tweets of the day:
@AirlineReporter The last AirTran aircraft, a Boeing 717, just took off from GYR-VQQ to be prepped for @Delta.
@SimonHarrisTD Amazing @BrayAirShow today! 90,000 people there! Well done @BraySummerfest & Irish Aviation Authority. Proud of our @IrishAirCorps.
@winglets747 United eliminating first class was in the context of international (keep business class), not domestic first.
@winglets747 United Airlines may be very publicly direct in the financial reality of first class, but it is far from the only airline that thinks that.
@Zemedeneh As we welcome President Obama shortly, here’s an interesting fact: Boeing’s largest customer in Africa is Ethiopia!.
Today’s Video Picks:
Dassault Aviation delivers first Rafales to the Arab Republic of Egypt – Dassault Aviation
“Holding hands” with Patrouille Suisse, Bray Air Display 2015
Inishowen Spitfire recovery