Published on October 12th, 2015 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 12/10/2015
EI-DYJ Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 36572 Ryanair Ferried London Stansted-Glasgow Prestwick 19/09/15 returned to SMBC Aviation.
EI-DYK Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 36573 Ryanair Ferried London Stansted-Glasgow Prestwick 27/09/15 returned to SMBC Aviation.
F-WTDD Airbus A319-112 c/n 2891 BBAM Ltd registered at Dublin 07/10/15 for FastJet Zambia as 9J-.
Global Aviation News:
Aircraft maintenance contracts under review by regulators
Boeing Celebrates Delivery of Oman Air’s First 787 Dreamliner
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/25532
ELFAA: LCCs are more willing to take risks in developing city pairs than traditional carriers
ELFAA says European legacy carriers view LCCs primarily as a defensive tool
ELFAA sees more opportunities than problems’ for ELFAA members going into low cost long-haul model
Fort Lauderdale routes ‘doing exceptionally well’, Norwegian Air says
Frontier’s New Ultra-Low-Cost Model Is Working
Heathrow Terminal 2 sets new standard of airport common use practices
Is Bombardier Fully Sold On the Merit of the CSeries?
Norwegian Air Makes Headlines With $69 Fares, But Can It Deliver?
Non-stop flight from UK to Australia will happen within two years, says Qantas
Pegasus: Low-cost long-haul carriers require strong LFs and feeder traffic
United Dangles 100-Seat Jet Order to Spur Pilot Accord
United ready for rival’s overseas flights from Houston: executive
Zig When the Other Guys Zag
Irish Aviation News:
A Corkman seeks investors to set up an new airline that would reopen Cork to Dublin route
A321-211SL, Transaero Airlines, D-AZAL, EI-SVX (MSN 6817)
British Airways deal ‘will boost Heathrow service’ from Belfast
Executive willing to meet Bombardier bosses over troubled CSeries project
New Belfast to Germany route still on Aer Lingus agenda
New routes and increased frequency on Aer Lingus short-haul summer 2016 schedule welcome -Donohoe
Profits soar to €195m at Irish-based air leasing firm
Ryanair cuts flights from provinces, looks for Helsinki Finnair co-operation
Ryanair says key in distribution is to secure booking from a passenger
Ryanair sees disruptions as being ‘inevitable’: CCO
SunExpress Adds Irish Route from late-May 2016
Taxiway system plan after jets clip wings
Three year agreement with Ryanair to promote Bologna [Italian]
Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement 11th October
IrishAero Blog Posts:
Aer Lingus short-haul fleet changes: http://bit.ly/1jRyDX9
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 26-09-15: http://bit.ly/1MPxnjL
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 3-10-15 : http://bit.ly/1KSrdfg
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 10-10-15: http://bit.ly/1VLgdZn
Waypoint Leasing signs first Pacific deal placing Airbus H145 Helicopter: http://bit.ly/1iF2X6k
Why attend the IASA Aviation Symposium? : http://bit.ly/1iHir9X
Tweets of the day:
@baptist_simon #India will grow faster than #China in 2016: 7.1% vs 6.4% according to @TheEIU.
@designerjet Change will be slower than we might expect at legacies b/c of in-house skill sets and silos, says Heywood, Travelport #CAPAsummit.
@winglets747 TPP: it will increase cargo, passengers, routes, demand for aircraft #TPALaw.
@winglets747 Will TPP be the start of one day removing “exceptionalism” of aviation’s foreign ownership restrictions? #TPALaw.
@winglets747 China-Canada open skies will occur before China-US, Alan Tan predicts #TPALaw.
Today’s Video Picks:
Aer Lingus The Chronicles of Keith
CAPA Summit 2015 – Decius Valmorbida and Svend Leirvaag on their panel debates
Ethiopian Airlines hires Chinese cabin crew
How a seamless passenger experience for Star Alliance passengers at London Heathrow T2 was achieved
*Rare* Cavok Air AN-74 landing Dublin Airport