Published on September 14th, 2015 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 14/09/2015
EI-EUW Boeing 737-7Q8 c/n 29350 Transaero Airlines Ferried Moscow Vnukovo-Dublin 11/09/15 on return to ILFC.
5Y-KQE Boeing 737-76N/W c/n 30133 Kenya Airways Ferried Cairo-Shannon 11/09/15 on return to GECAS.
9H-OME Boeing 737-505 c/n 24274 Air Charter X Positioned Bournemouth-Turin 05/09/15 with U2 Innocence & Experience Tour Titles.
Global Aviation News:
Aeroflot Confirms Commitment to Transport All Transaero Passengers
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/25059
Air Canada Adds Africa and Four New European Cities to its Growing International Network for Summer 2016
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/25030
Air Canada rouge Begins African Adventure
Air China to Start Beijing-Montreal Service, Offering Easy Access to North America’s “Little Paris”
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/25039
American Airlines, Delta Air Lines to end interline agreement
Bahrain’s Gulf Air in talks with Airbus about order for 50 jets
Boeing Said to Study First China Plant for Work on 737 Jetliner
Bombardier CSeries prepares to enter final phase of flight testing
British Airways taps up Avis’ Troy Warfield for director of customer experience role
CAPA Report: Low cost airports and terminals (LCATs) 2015 – Can Asia learn from models elsewhere?
Condor Adds Nonstop Service From Halifax to Munich
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/25064
Consultant’s Corner – An insight into the African region
EasyJet to Halt Moscow Flights on Slumping Demand
Finnair adds capacity to Helsinki-London route to enhance service to new cargo hub in London
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/25062
IATA Airlines August Financial Monitor
Holiday destinations: Mancs prefer Alicante on the Costa Blanca while the Cheshire Set head for Dalaman in Turkey
Holiday in Spain? Cathay Pacific to begin direct flights from Hong Kong to Madrid next summer
Keeping the world’s biggest international airline in the skies
Low fuel prices are back, but have airlines this time learned to price smartly and avoid fare wares?
Malaysia Airlines signs lease agreement with Air Lease Corp for four Airbus planes
SAS capacity cuts help return to 9M operating profit as Hong Kong launch signals expansion for 2016
The ‘Route’ of United’s CEO Departure
US airline fuel hedging Part 1: United, Delta fight to reduce losses. American enjoys hedge-freedom
Vueling to hire up to 200 pilots to keep up with expected growth in 2016
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/25063
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus Head of Cadet Pilot Recruitment talks about the 2016 programme Read more: http://blog.aerlingus.com/blog/2015/09/11/the-2016-aer-lingus-cadet-pilot-training-programme-is-open-for-applications
Aer Arann contract to islands extended until early next year
Airport food firm delivers pre-tax profits of €739,280
Burton ‘confident of positive news’ on transport link to Dublin Airport
Dublin Air Traffic Up 11% in August
Dublin Aiport launch appeal to trace owner of this 69-year-old photograph
Growth indicates Dublin Airport ‘needs second runway’
Irish Aviation Authority says second runway at Dublin Airport is “crucial”
Is Micheal O’Leary crying wolf again?
Model and DJ Daniella Moyles spins the decks as Aer Lingus give away €10,000 in flights
New transport link to Dublin Airport welcomed by Dublin Chamber of Commerce
Ryanair CMO on making aviation history with comparison campaign inspired by Aldi
Ryanair Launches a New Route Between Rabat and Rome
Ryanair opens new Spanish base in $100m investment
Ryanair renegade O’Leary continues to surprise us, with profits this year twice that of 2013, writes Richard Curran
Ryanair safe from takeovers: CEO
The Gulf airlines? They’re not rich enough to buy Ryanair
Walsh back on board at Aer Lingus after 11 years away
IrishAero Blog Posts:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 05-09-15: http://bit.ly/1PRMwyk
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 12-09-15: http://bit.ly/1ETYQxP
Tweets of the day:
@BIGconnections in 1985 1 mln travelled between Ireland and UK. Now it is 8 mln #s2sbiz.
@NiallGibbons ‘Tourism is one of the main reasons behind Ireland’s economic recovery’ says Michael O’Leary at the British Irish Chamber of Commerce.
@orangemanta Ryanair has morning and evening flights to every main European airport (which is good for business) #s2sbiz (and about to fly to Amsterdam).
@orangemanta Michael O’Leary talking about the Brexit and how important it is for the UK and Ireland that they stay in the EU #s2sbiz.
@winglets747 Ryanair close to overtaking Southwest in market value despite smaller size. Ryanair: 320 planes, 86.4m pax. Southwest: 691 planes, 111m pax.
Today’s Video Picks:
BAA Training @ Centenary Airshow
Busy enroute flight in Tecnam 2002 – Baltic Aviation Academy
Ethiopian 787 Landing Dublin Airport
Ryanair, a day in the sky
Ryanair`s ONLY Boeing737-700, EI-SEV at Prestwick Airport