Published on September 25th, 2015 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 25/09/2015
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’
Air New Zealand’s Boeing 737 Farewell
Alaska just inked a deal with Icelandair – here’s why that matters to Delta
ANA Get Into The Rugby World Cup Spirit In London
Australia and Qatar sign new ASA allocating up to 50% more capacity between two countries
Boeing confirms 300 orders from China and 737 facility in China
Finnair’s Fleet Renewal Advances – Positive One-off Impact in H2/2015 Result Approximately EUR 70 Million
Finnair’s pilot supplementary pension costs may increase due to Finnish employee pension reform
IAG hopes high-tech demand will fill new San Jose flight
International Consolidated Airlines Group, S.A. Transaction in Own Shares
Loganair blasted for delays and lack of information
Lufthansa takes GDS booking tumble with new surcharge, rival carriers benefit
Malaysia AirAsia to focus growth from secondary hubs as Langkawi-Hong Kong, Guangzhou are launched
Reports: AF-KLM’s low-cost arm Transavia mulls Munich base
Retail is Detail: How Knowing Your Customer Helps Maximise Non-Aeronautical Revenue
The search for Boeing’s MOM
Turkish Airlines in North America. Two new routes a year; geography favours it versus Gulf airlines
What Pope Francis Did During His Flight From Cuba to the US
Why do airlines choose routes? It’s not always about $
6 Insights From Vueling’s CEO on Running the Contrarian Low-Cost Carrier
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
Development of €6 million facility announced in Shannon Free Zone
Executive Helicopters says choppers are transport of choice for many islands
Galway Airport currently not an option for helicopter service to Aran Islands
EI-FIV Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair First Flight
Ireland court releases Congo plane grounded in debt row
Open the UK to high-spending Chinese visitors, IAG CEO Willie Walsh tells George Osborne
Overseas tourists raise spending by 16% in first half of 2015
Ryanair passes resolutions at AGM
Ryanair to distribute €398m Aer Lingus proceeds to shareholders
Shannon Airport completes three-in-a-row at World Routes Marketing Awards
“We will soon have direct air services by airlines of both countries” says Indian PM Narendra Modi on Ireland Visit
What’s the point of building an expensive and disruptive metro link to Dublin Airport?
272 flights allowed carry munitions through Shannon
IrishAero Blog Posts:
Former Aer Lingus Boeing 737-548 stored in Billund: http://bit.ly/1QSO4td
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 05-09-15: http://bit.ly/1PRMwyk
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 12-09-15: http://bit.ly/1ETYQxP
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 19-09-15: http://bit.ly/1KyOiEE
This winter season Aer Lingus, Ryanair and Vueling will have 12,150 weekly seats from Dublin to Barcelona : http://bit.ly/1MLc42G
Where are Ryanair Boeing 737-300s operating now?: http://bit.ly/1KeiGQc
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.
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Amadeus for low-cost and hybrid carriers – Growth strategies
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Cargo Connect by Etihad Cargo
Making of – Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner flying display
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