Published on October 29th, 2015 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 29/10/2015
EI-FIW Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44706 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 25/10/15.
EI-FIY Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44707 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 25/10/15.
HB-ACE ATR72-212A c/n 577 ASL Airlines Delivered Sønderborg Airport-Basle 28/10/15 ex 4X-AVZ.
N191CR Boeing 737-8GQ/W c/n 35793 AWAS Ferried Kuala Lumpur-Guam-Honolulu-Portland International-San Antonio 23/25-10/15 ex 9M-MLD.
N871TM Boeing 737-36N c/n 28671 GECAS Ferried Lasham-Lourdes 27/10/15 ex LN-KKL.
Global Aviation News:
Airlines want to become the Amazon.com of travel
Bankruptcy Reprieve: One Hurdle Down For Republic Airways As Pilots Ratify Contract
British Airways just gave the best response to a Twitter complaint
Civil aviation on the rise in Azerbaijan
Read more: http://www.azernews.az/analysis/89136.html
Delta to depart A4A; ATC policy differences cited
EgyptAir to order 70 aircraft in 2016
Industry urged to embrace change in rapidly evolving aviation world, said Etihad CEO
Norwegian Air considered buying SAS
Norwegian Cargo signs up Jan de Rijk for European RFS
Privatisation gives Kuwait Airways ‘fighting chance’
Qatar Airways is now the third largest cargo airline in the world
Several carriers take over Transaero’s Russian Far East routes
Trick or Fleet! Aircraft Costumes
What’s Up With the Cheap Airfares and How Long Will They Last?
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus is a partner of new SelfConnect service
AWAS acquires three modern A320-200 aircraft from ALAFCO on lease to Turkish Airline
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/25778
Irish company Irelandia Aviation has chosen Costa Rica as its base of operations in Central America
GE Capital Aviation Services Delivers First of up to Seven Leased Airbus A330s to Lufthansa
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/25770
Ryanair Announces New Services To Vigo, Spain
Ryanair boosts summer schedule from Manchester, Birmingham and Newcastle
Ryanair expected to announce return to Newquay Airport at conference tomorrow
Ryanair Launches New Dublin-Amsterdam Service
Ryanair to launch six new services from Manchester Airport and add flights on 10 existing routes
Ryanair opens a new route from Riga to Berlin
Read more: http://www.rustourismnews.com/?p=49209
Willie Walsh – Business Leaders Series
IrishAero Blog Posts:
Emirates Invites Candidates to Join its Flight Deck Team: http://bit.ly/1M2mYkX
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 17-10-15: http://bit.ly/1MJFZr1
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 24-10-15: http://bit.ly/1MZivyo
Where Transaero Airlines Irish Registered aircraft are stored: http://bit.ly/1VZlkzS
Tweets of the day:
@LondonAirTravel Willie Walsh also praised easyJet CEO Carolyn McCall as “one of the best in the industry”. Clearly respects many of his industry peers.
@LondonAirTravel Willie Walsh also upbeat on prospects for Aer Lingus; strong brand presence on US East Coast & large Irish American population to tap in to.
@LondonAirTravel Willie Walsh also sees in flight WiFi as important but doesn’t expect it to be a revenue stream as people resent paying for it in hotels etc.
@LondonAirTravel Willie Walsh thinks low cost long haul might work but not with 787s used by Norwegian & are pax ready to pay for meals etc. on long haul?.
@LouiseEShaw ‘We were late to the consolidation game so we could learn from the mistakes of our competitors- so we went for a neutral name’ #NottmBLS.
@NottmUniBschool 100% market share for Aer Lingus on Ireland to Orlando route.
@NottmUniBschool 70% of IAG capital is invested into @British_Airways #NottmBLS.
@NottmUniBschool Fuel bill for IAG in 2015 €6.0bn 💰 #NottmBLS.
@NottmUniBschool 9% capacity in Asia – an area for growth in the future #NottmBLS
@T4toria Willie Walsh ‘demand for air freight falling whilst demand for passenger travel is growing’ #NottmBLS.
Today’s Video Picks:
Final United Airlines Flight Departs from New York JFK
GE Aviation Investment Announcement
ITM Conference 2015 – Martin Ferguson journalist / Michael O’Leary Ryanair CEO
New Southwest Airlines flights mean the end of others
Spirit Airlines CEO: More Seats Chasing Less Passengers
What to expect when IAG reports