Published on September 24th, 2015 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/09/2015

Aircraft Update:

D-ABKP Boeing 737-86J/W c/n 37758 Air Berlin Ferried Munich-Ostrava 20/09/15 for painting into Siam Air colours.

EI-DSL Airbus A320-216 c/n 3343 Alitalia Last Service Rome Fiumicino-Casablanca-Rome Fiumicino  09/09/15 in Air One colours prior paint into new colours.

EI-EJJ Airbus A330-202 c/n 1225 Alitalia In Service Abu Dhabi-Rome Fiumicino 19/09/15 after paint into new colours.

Global Aviation News:

Air Charter Service tackles busy Rugby World Cup schedule

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Air-India plans world’s longest flight between IT capitals

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Advanced winglet on show as Boeing 737 MAX heads to final assembly

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BA manager joins low-cost carrier to promote US flights

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Boeing Bets on New Life for 747 Jumbos With Triumph Accord

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Bombardier CSeries Is Tough Sell as Cheap Oil Revives Used Jets

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China Allocates Airbus A330s To Four Airlines

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Ethiopian pushes for progress on African open skies

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Europe’s Disappearing National Airlines

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Eurowings intends to become Europe’s third low-cost

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India’s Billionaires Want Their Own Airport

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JetBlue Airways Pipes Up to Delta: Leave `Humanity’ Alone

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MRO market faces headwinds despite robust aircraft refurb work

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Qantas’s Asianisation thrust 

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Summer ends with no ultra-low-cost airline in Hamilton

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Tiny airline with tiny planes has big ambitions

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Wizz Air Announces A321 Leases From CDB Leasing

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Irish Aviation News:

Galway Airport could become film industry hub, study says

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Helicopter service responds to Aran flights controversy 

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Is Hell Freezing Over? (Ryanair Looking To Work With British Airways)

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Morgan Stanley says IAG should benefit from Aer Lingus and cost cuts

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Record numbers for Lufthansa at Dublin

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Secret Tips For Flying Ryanair

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Tourism Ireland launches new campaign with VisitBritain

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West Cork group urges air strategy

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5 new destinations and more than 8.1 million customers from Belgium

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IrishAero Blog Posts:

Former Aer Lingus Boeing 737-548 stored in Billund:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 05-09-15: 

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 12-09-15: 

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 19-09-15:

Where are Ryanair Boeing 737-300s operating now?:

Tweets of the day:

@CAPA_Aviation  Cargo relevant in Asia for LCCs but not in Europe because of trains, @tonyfernandes recalls discussion with Conor McCarthy #CAPASummit.

@CAPA_Aviation @tonyfernandes: airports think passengers will come whatever the price (and facilities) are. They won’t. #CAPASummit.

@Conormc280262 Just with best LCC ceo. @tonyfernandes . Michael at @Ryanair could learn a thing or two.

@MrRossHallam Love how WOW Air are registering their fleet, after their 2 A321s being reg’d as TF-MOM and TF-DAD, their 2 new A320s are TF-SIS and TF-BRO!.

@RhondaAlbom “Airplane travel is nature’s way of making you look like your passport photo.” — Al Gore.

@winglets747 Southwest Airlines: “we have to be careful to match capacity – especially now” because of investigations #WorldRoutes.

@winglets747 Southwest Airlines: fine line between internal capacity management and capacity management across airlines #WorldRoutes.

Today’s Video Picks:

Air India B747 Landing Dublin Airport

Aviation support to Ready Combat Team

North State Aviation Announcement

PE Firm Carlyle Group to Sell Landmark Aviation to BBA Aviation in $2.07B Deal


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