Published on November 13th, 2015 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 13/11/2015

Aircraft Update:

N648GT Boeing 767-33A(ER) c/n 27310 Atlas Air  Departed Lufthansa Technik hangar 10/11/15 to Tel Aviv prior delivery in Full Nordwind Airlines colours ex VQ-BRA arrived 19/12/14.

Global Aviation News:

Air Berlin Plans Flights to Boston, Dallas in Turnaround Push

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Alaska Air faces competitive capacity pressure in early 2016 after making is own ASM push in 2015

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Brewing Loyalty: What Airline Coffee Pairings Say About the Brand 

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EP calls for measures to boost EU aviation sector and fight unfair competition

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European Aviation History in Italy, as Croatian Seaplanes Touch down in Ancona from Split

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Flybe axe Stansted route

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German airline refines the art of coping with strikes

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LATAM Airlines Group clarifies it is not in discussions with International Airlines Group (IAG)

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Libyan Wings launches to help with Libya’s aviation reconstruction. A320neos and A350s on order

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Lufthansa CEO: Distribution Fee Is ‘The Future Of Our Industry’

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Op-Ed: Why the rush to judgment in the Metrojet disaster

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Operational excellence becomes a competitive force for American Airlines, Delta and United

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This is how dozens of major airlines got swallowed by the Big 3

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Turkish Air Is Russia’s Top Foreign Carrier as Lufthansa Recedes

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What’s the future of aviation in Africa?

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What The A380neo Could Do For Airbus

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WOW is the latest airline to try to become a long-haul, no-frills carrier

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus-owner IAG says not in talks with Finnair

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Boeing 767 to feature in €3 million Enniscrone glamping development

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Fly Leasing to return $100m to shareholders

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Irish Government questioned over funding for Derry-Dublin air link

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IAG Plans $1.1 Billion Convertible Bond to Fund Aer Lingus

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Irish hub fights to stay alive

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Irish jet leasing firm Avolon posts $58m profit in Q3

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Ryanair receives fewer complaints than Aer Lingus

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Why Ryanair’s cleaning up – and is a stock worth investing in

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IrishAero Blog Posts:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 07-11-2015: 

Tweets of the day:

@e_russell  Lessors are talking about difficulties placing used 777s in the market. #AscendSF15.

@e_russell “I think it’s a challenging market on the 777,” says Edmund Tatar of GMT Global Republic Aviation #AscendSF15.

‏@e_russell  “You’ve seen a veritable explosion of [777] assets available,” continues GMT’s Tatar. Include MAS and Transaero aircraft. #AscendSF15.

@e_russell  Comments from lessors today suggest that @Delta chief Anderson’s comments on abundant used 777s were accurate. #AscendSF15.

@winglets747 IATA’s EU Aviation Package view: European economy and consumers must benefit. But stops short of calling for liberalisation (i.e. w/ Gulf).

Today’s Video Picks:

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