Published on October 29th, 2015 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/10/2015

Aircraft Update:

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 of travel

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Bankruptcy Reprieve: One Hurdle Down For Republic Airways As Pilots Ratify Contract

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British Airways just gave the best response to a Twitter complaint

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Civil aviation on the rise in Azerbaijan

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Delta to depart A4A; ATC policy differences cited

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EgyptAir to order 70 aircraft in 2016

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Industry urged to embrace change in rapidly evolving aviation world, said Etihad CEO 

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Norwegian Air considered buying SAS

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Norwegian Cargo signs up Jan de Rijk for European RFS

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Privatisation gives Kuwait Airways ‘fighting chance’

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Qatar Airways is now the third largest cargo airline in the world

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Several carriers take over Transaero’s Russian Far East routes

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Trick or Fleet! Aircraft Costumes

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What’s Up With the Cheap Airfares and How Long Will They Last?

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus is a partner of new SelfConnect service

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AWAS acquires three modern A320-200 aircraft from ALAFCO on lease to Turkish Airline

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Irish company Irelandia Aviation has chosen Costa Rica as its base of operations in Central America 

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GE Capital Aviation Services Delivers First of up to Seven Leased Airbus A330s to Lufthansa

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Ryanair Announces New Services To Vigo, Spain

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Ryanair boosts summer schedule from Manchester, Birmingham and Newcastle

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Ryanair expected to announce return to Newquay Airport at conference tomorrow

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Ryanair Launches New Dublin-Amsterdam Service

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Ryanair to launch six new services from Manchester Airport and add flights on 10 existing routes

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Ryanair opens a new route from Riga to‎ Berlin

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Willie Walsh – Business Leaders Series

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IrishAero Blog Posts:

Emirates Invites Candidates to Join its Flight Deck Team:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 17-10-15:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 24-10-15:

Where Transaero Airlines Irish Registered aircraft are stored: 

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


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