Published on November 5th, 2015 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 05/11/2015

Aircraft Update:

A40-BT Boeing 737-91MER c/n 40071 Oman Air Delivered Boeing Field-Keflavik-Dublin 04/11/15.

EI-EPS Airbus A319-111 c/n 3377 Vueling Airlines Airtest at Dublin 04/11/15 prior delivery.

EI-EYR Airbus A320-214 c/n 2930 Rossiya Ferried St Petersburg-Keflavik-Duluth International Airport-Phoenix Goodyear Airport 04/5-11/15 on return to lessor.

EI-EYS Airbus A320-214 c/n 2964 Rossiya Ferried St Petersburg-Keflavik-Duluth International Airport-Phoenix Goodyear Airport 30/31-10/15 on return to lessor.

Global Aviation News:

Airlines and Airports Look Beyond the Industry to Improve Digital Retail

Read more: meets with Garuda Indonesia’s GM for the UK & Ireland, Jubi Prasetyo, to discuss the success of the carrier’s Gatwick service

Read more: meets with Pegasus Airlines’ Sales VP, Emre Pekesen, to discuss the carrier’s future growth in a constrained Istanbul

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Customer Experience Is the New Customer Service

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JetBlue and Virgin America create interesting dynamics for the hybrid business model in the US

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Lyon and Nice airport privatizations – lessons to be learned from the events at Toulouse

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RwandAir continues regional growth and accelerates long haul with 2016 A330 service to China, India

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Travel Brands Leverage Benefits of Influencers in a Story-Sharing World

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UK travelers may now apply for accelerated US entry process

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US major airlines recognise the ULCC threat. Marketplace dynamics will change. But beware cost creep

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus is using Snapchat, a mobile app-based social media platform, to give its followers real-time, behind-the-scenes glimpses of the airline’s activities.

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Daon delivers US Customs and Border Protection pre-clearance solution in Dublin Airport 

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IAG again beats Lufthansa & Air France-KLM in 3Q2015, but unit revenue is weak

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Like him or not, O’Leary is walking on air in the smiles-high club

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Ryanair now among corporate ‘finest’ in Europe – Barclays

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Ryanair passenger numbers up 15% in October

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Ryanair starts 21 new routes in week two of W15/16

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Status quo maintained at Galway Airport

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Winter Airfare Wars: Ryanair releases one million seats for sale at €15

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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:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 31-10-15: 

Where Transaero Airlines Irish Registered aircraft are stored: 

Tweets of the day:

@e_russell @AlaskaAir added 8 E175s due in 2017 to its orderbook during Q3, this will bring fleet to 23 by end of 2017.

@lift_aero  No airline livery is truly “timeless”.

@Sky_Talk 15-year tax incentive deal from @cityoffortworth could give @AmericanAir $21.25 million tax break.

@Sky_Talk @AmericanAir to spend $350 million on new HQ as part of tax incentive deal with city of Fort Worth. More details from @SandraBakerFWST.

@TomOtley  MP Graham Brady “It is crucial that the UK establishes air links to emerging markets.” 

@winglets747 United says it will operate 787-9 between SFO and Haneda. 252-seat 787-9 slightly smaller than current 269-seat 777-200.

Today’s Video Picks:

Aviation This Week Focuses On Viability Of Nigeria’s Airports Pt 1

Aviation This Week Focuses On Viability Of Nigeria’s Airports Pt 2

AVSEC World 2015

Emirates reveals “United for Wildlife” Airbus A380

Global Entry Expanded to Include U.K. Citizens

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Ryanair sets sights skywards after profit rise


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