Published on October 30th, 2015 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 30/10/2015
EI-FIV Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44705 Ryanair for delivery.
EI-FIZ Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44709 Ryanair for delivery.
EI-FOA Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44708 Ryanair for delivery.
EI-FOB Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44710 Ryanair for delivery.
EI-SLP ATR72-212 c/n 461 ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried Düsseldorf Mönchengladbach-Bournemouth 29/10/15 for paint ex EC-LKK.
EI-SVX Airbus A321-211(SL) c/n 6817 Transaero Airlines Delivered Hamburg Finkenwerder-Teruel Airport for storage.
Global Aviation News:
Bombardier Inc to mothball Learjet 85, book major writedown and announce Quebec aid, sources say
Bombardier: US$1B in Exchange of Future CSeries Profit? Very Bright!
China Aviation Supplies Holding Company orders 30 A330 Family and 100 A320 Family aircraft
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/25833
Cost battles cloud horizon after bright summer for Lufthansa, Air France-KLM
Dassault Falcon 900A/B and 900C/EX complete certifications of FANS 1/A+
Dubai ‘building aviation capital of the world’ says Sheikh Mohammed
Finnair must grow to reach a more competitive size
Global Eagle Entertainment Announces STC Approval of Its Connectivity System on Airbus A320 Aircraft
IndiGo’s IPO Demand Exceeds $460 Million Offer Size by 6 Times
Low costs keep IndiGo flying high in India’s cut-throat airline market
Luxair to take CSeries or E2; decision in 2016
Norwegian’s CEO just told us it’s siphoning customers from its competitors with £150 tickets from London to the US
Opinion: Why Smaller Aerospace Companies Do Better
Penton’s Aviation Week Network Finds Commercial Aircraft Deliveries Expected to Exceed $3 Trillion Worldwide Over Decade
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/25780
Rolls-Royce Said to Mull Short-Haul as Boeing Jet Opens Door
Safi Airways aims to add up to 20 aircraft
Sixel Airports Conference in Northwest Arkansas delivers great networking for 45 US regional airports
Subsidized Gulf carrier competition forces Delta to cancel ATL-Dubai
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/25814
Swiss-built business jet to compete against Cessna Citations
The Big 3 US airlines continue capacity expansion in 2016. Domestic pricing pressure remains a worry
U.S. Lessor Seeks To Create 100-Aircraft Twin Otter Portfolio
Irish Aviation News:
Aegean Announce Services From Dublin To Athens
Aer Lingus’ new owner IAG to pay first ever dividend in December
Aer Lingus weekly ski charter from Dublin to Verona
Alec Burger Appointed President and CEO of GE Capital Aviation Services; Norman C.T. Liu Named Chairman
BOC Aviation Delivers First Of Three Boeing 737-800 Aircraft To Pegasus Airlines
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/25795
Business moguls on ‘hush hush’ vist to Mayo
CityJet Announces Summer 2016 Programme ex-London City
Developing for the Future with IASA
Dublin Airport – have the NTA missed an opportunity?
Luxair Announces Six Weekly Winter Flights from Dublin
Ryanair adds more seats that Southwest Airlines…just
Ryanair announces return to Newquay Airport with routes to Germany and Spain
Ryanair kicks off Athens Winter 2015 schedule
Ryanair lets it go on 13 new routes
Ryanair To Open New Ibiza Base (No. 76) & Grow By 25%
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/25846
Ryanair wins a round against Brussels Airlines
Shannon positive despite possible routes loss
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:
@e_russell Lufthansa will make a decision on 45% stake @FlyingBrussels stake in 2016.
@ghimlay @VirginAmerica is canvassing market for new aircraft for 2017 and 2018.
@ghimlay Flux at @iflycaribbean continues – CEO Michael DiLollo has quit, shortly after airline said it will drop LGW and 767s.
@KristineOwram #Bombardier CEO: Quebec govt investment is “all about giving confidence that the CSeries will be there and BBD will be there.” $BBD.B.
@winglets747 Delta blames A4A as reason to leave. Delta blames “subsidised” capacity as reason to exit Dubai. What if the problem is actually…Delta?.
@winglets747 By 2040, Shenzhen airport expects to handle 63 million passengers a year – the size of Hong Kong airport in 2014.
@winglets747 Qantas & Air New Zealand left AAPA trade group, IAG et al left AEA and now Delta leaves A4A. Increasing complexity sees divergence on issues.
Today’s Video Picks:
Aviation History Is Being Made At Whiting Field
AVRO Vulcan XH558 Final Flight
Benfica Safety video | Emirates
Phenom 100 Customer sets new speed record
Ryanair announces new flight from Newquay Airport
Ryanair announces two new flights for Cornwall
“This is perfect timing” says Visit Cornwall boss Malcolm Bell as Ryanair annouces return to Newquay