Published on August 26th, 2015 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 26/08/2015
G-DHLH Boeing 767-3JHF(ER)/W c/n 37808 DHL Airways Departed Lufthansa Technik 24/08/15 arrived 08/08/15.
N737ER Boeing 737-7CJ BBJ/W c/n 30754 BBJ One Departed Atlantic Aviation Group 24/08/15 arrived 12/08/15.
Global Aviation News:
Analysis: ATSG needs organic growth, and lots of it, to deliver more value to investors
Aviastar Rekindles Hopes for Tu-204
Boeing Expects Robust China Jet Demand, Undeterred by Volatility
Boeing on track to meet 737 MAX production targets: spokesman
Etihad Airways CEO: Global investment is not a threat, but a lifeline
Eurowings Debuts A330 on European Short-Haul Flights
IRON MAIDEN AND THE BOOK OF SOULS GO JUMBO ON MASSIVE 2016 WORLD TOUR
Record cargo volumes through Leipzig/Halle Airport
U.S. to deploy F-22 fighter jets to Europe – Air Force secretary
There’ll be no tug-of-war over 747F, vows Qatar Airways as it adds charter capacity
Upselling Is Killing the Airline Industry One Bad Economy Seat at a Time
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus Sidesteps Legal Action In UK
Air Waves Portrush Will Go Ahead As Normal Confirms Council
Arik Air, Irish Embassy Partner On Trade
Avolon Capital Partners acquires an Airbus A321-200 aircraft on lease to Vueling Airlines
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/24783
Congolese Aircraft Grounded by Irish Court 0ver Arbitration Debt
Holy alter ego! Ryanair’s O’Leary back to old ways as Robin in car rental launch
Ireland West Airport Knock to make submissions for funding
Meridiana, Ryanair, Alitalia: those who leave and those who remain in the airports of the island [Italian]
Michael O’Leary’s secret behind taxicab company
Our Flying Heritage: Irish Aviation History Saturday 29th August
Ryanair announces a new route between Rome and Alicante-Elche [Spanish]
Ryanair partners with CarTrawler on its new car hire service
O’Brien Wary Of “Monster” Airport Plan
Pilot in fatal air crash ‘composed and professional’
The world’s a dangerous place – but that should not stop us travelling
IrishAero Blog Posts:
Did you know 20 Boeing 787 Dreamliners have visited Dublin Airport: http://bit.ly/1gWYYRP
Ethiopian Airlines growing contribution to Ireland’s aviation industry: http://bit.ly/1gXUFpp
IAG Takeover of Aer Lingus means more competition: http://bit.ly/1KnKTEC
Ireland’s Growing Drone sector ready for take-off: http://bit.ly/1NsgTxG
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 08-08-15: http://bit.ly/1PcBZxV
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 15-08-15: http://bit.ly/1Pr1dbX
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 22-08-15: http://bit.ly/1PrpcqX
Tweets of the day:
@aspireaviation Airline biz is risky enough, is fuel hedging adding or mitigating risks? Also moral hazard of undisciplined growth at yield’s expense.
@DublinAirport Boston is the busiest transfer destination from @DublinAirport. #DidYouKnow.
@Oliver__Clark Michael O’Leary predicts Europe will experience ‘the mother and father of all price wars’ this winter.
@ghimlay @Avianca will defer five aircraft deliveries (out of 11) in 2016, with weakness in Latin America.
@RAeSTimR Airshows not just nostalgia – but play vital role in inspiring young.
Today’s Video Picks:
Behind Qantas’ quick turnaround to profit
Expansion ahead for Ethiopian Airlines
New Season | Inside Shannon | RTÉ One | Starts September 3rd September
Qantas CEO: Balance Sheet Strongest Since Global Crisis
Qantas: Excited about new Dreamliners fleet