Published on September 25th, 2015 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/09/2015

Aircraft Update:

OY-SRH Boeing 767-204(ER)(SF) c/n 24457 Star Air To Atlantic Aviation Group hangar 23/09/15.

OY-SRK Boeing 767-204(ER)(SF) c/n 23072 Star Air Departed Atlantic Aviation Group hangar 23/09/15 arrived 21/09/15.

OY-SRM Boeing 767-25E(SF) c/n 27192 Star Air Departed Atlantic Aviation Group hangar 21/09/15 arrived 16/09/15.   

Global Aviation News:

‘All air passengers want is to be treated politely’

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Air New Zealand’s Boeing 737 Farewell

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Alaska just inked a deal with Icelandair – here’s why that matters to Delta

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ANA Get Into The Rugby World Cup Spirit In London

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Australia and Qatar sign new ASA allocating up to 50% more capacity between two countries

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Boeing confirms 300 orders from China and 737 facility in China

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Finnair’s Fleet Renewal Advances – Positive One-off Impact in H2/2015 Result Approximately EUR 70 Million

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Finnair’s pilot supplementary pension costs may increase due to Finnish employee pension reform

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IAG hopes high-tech demand will fill new San Jose flight

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International Consolidated Airlines Group, S.A. Transaction in Own Shares

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Loganair blasted for delays and lack of information

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Lufthansa takes GDS booking tumble with new surcharge, rival carriers benefit 

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Malaysia AirAsia to focus growth from secondary hubs as Langkawi-Hong Kong, Guangzhou are launched

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Reports: AF-KLM’s low-cost arm Transavia mulls Munich base

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Retail is Detail: How Knowing Your Customer Helps Maximise Non-Aeronautical Revenue

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The search for Boeing’s MOM

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Turkish Airlines in North America. Two new routes a year; geography favours it versus Gulf airlines

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What Pope Francis Did During His Flight From Cuba to the US

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Why do airlines choose routes? It’s not always about $

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6 Insights From Vueling’s CEO on Running the Contrarian Low-Cost Carrier

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus increases its flights from Alicante to Dublin to daily service for Summer 2016 [Spanish]

Councillors motion prevents use of airport for Aran air service

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Development of €6 million facility announced in Shannon Free Zone

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Executive Helicopters says choppers are transport of choice for many islands

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Galway Airport currently not an option for helicopter service to Aran Islands

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EI-FIV Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair First Flight

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Ireland court releases Congo plane grounded in debt row

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Open the UK to high-spending Chinese visitors, IAG CEO Willie Walsh tells George Osborne

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Overseas tourists raise spending by 16% in first half of 2015

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Ryanair passes resolutions at AGM

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Ryanair to distribute €398m Aer Lingus proceeds to shareholders

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Shannon Airport completes three-in-a-row at World Routes Marketing Awards

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“We will soon have direct air services by airlines of both countries” says Indian PM Narendra Modi on Ireland Visit

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What’s the point of building an expensive and disruptive metro link to Dublin Airport?

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272 flights allowed carry munitions through Shannon

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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:

This winter season Aer Lingus, Ryanair and Vueling will have 12,150 weekly seats from Dublin to Barcelona : 

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

Tweets of the day:

@AfricanBAA “Ethiopia clearly is a leader in aviation as demonstrated by its national carrier Ethiopian Airlines”- Tarek Ragheb #afbaasymp15.

@ATWMoores Air China is facing “growing pains” from a lack of pilots and not being able to get the right aircraft quickly enough #WorldRoutes.

@ATWMoores According to our figures, Africa will rival Asia Pacific in terms of economic growth: World Travel & Tourism Council CEO #WorldRoutes.

@ATWMoores Airports should be regulated based on market power, not size @ACI_EUROPE Dir. Gen. #WorldRoutes.

@DanielPearce Etihad’s Vijay Poonoosamy: airlines & airports are the linchpin of global connectivity, competitiveness & economic growth #worldroutes.

@EmeraldMedia 20 airports planned for Ethiopia by 2025 to support growing market. #afbaasymp15.

@TheHUBRoutes Iran has one massive additional opportunity to the leading Gulf hub carriers – an enormous home market with huge potential. #WorldRoutes.

Today’s Video Picks:

Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility: inauguration highlights

Aircraft Manufacturer Signs Deal to Sell 300 Jets to China

Amadeus for low-cost and hybrid carriers – LCCs entering business travel

Amadeus for low-cost and hybrid carriers – Growth strategies

Big Sale Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA

Cargo Connect by Etihad Cargo

Making of – Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner flying display

One small airplane landed on Red Hill Avenue, Irvine this evening.

Turkish Airlines Kobe vs Messi Case Study

What inspiration can airlines seek from Uber?


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