Published on November 17th, 2015 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 17/11/2015
EI-FHT Boeing 737-8JP/W c/n 40867 Norwegian Air International Registered 15/11/15 in service Oslo-Barcelona-Tenerife North-Barcelona 16/11/15 ex LN-DYL.
EI-SLR ATR72-201(F) c/n 108 ASL Airlines (Ireland) Re-registered at Basle 15/11/15 on transfer ex HB-AFG.
HL8049 Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 36570 Jelu Air Delivered Dublin-Baku-Heydar Aliyev International-Incheon International 14-15/11/15 ex EI-DYH.
Global Aviation News:
Acropolis Aviation Secures EASA Approval to Offer Upgraded Wi-Fi Broadband Aboard its Flagship ACJ319 G-NOAH
Africa’s “revolutionary” low-cost airline making no progress
Bombardier Challenger 350 Aircraft Owned By VistaJet Sets World Speed Record
Bombardier’s Porter C Series Deal Falters on Toronto Airport Ban
CAA approves Gatwick Airport airspace departures
Read more: http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-34805324
Cargolux highlights their 45-year anniversary on their Boeing 747 fleet with BCO Aviation
Control Geeks: Connected Travelers Want to Shape Their Own Experiences, SITA Finds
Emirates worried over European flying rights
Ethiopia to Build Airport Hub, Graduates 201 Professionals
Innovation Hubs Give Aviation Startups Their Big Break
Lufthansa sells 13% stake in Luxair to Luxembourg government
New TAP boss aims to challenge low-cost rivals, orders new planes
OPINION: Oil respite should push airlines for greater efficiencies now
The Wrong Way for China to Take Off
The towns transformed by budget airlines
Read more: http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-34722176
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus passengers grounded in Orlando for second day
British Airways / Aer Lingus Expands Codeshare Routes from Nov 2015
CityJet commits to SuperJets with first due in 1Q2016
Did you know that Dublin Airport is recording your phone’s data?
IWAK flying high with route announcements
Review sought of airport charges
Ryanair Delivers 70% Of Traffic Growth At Irish Airports
Ryanair may take off from Belfast again
The 2016 College Football Classic game in Ireland expected to draw at least 20,000 U.S
100,000 passengers from Podogrica Airport with Ryanair
IrishAero Blog Posts:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 07-11-2015: http://bit.ly/1NVTG51
Tweets of the day:
@CorkAirport @CorkAirport has been ranked 2nd in Europe in the @ACI_EUROPE ASQ summer 2015 customer service survey for Airports serving >1m passenger.
@Crochuir Ppruners speculating a major Ryanair announcement for Cork is due soon, could this be the start of their Irish expansion that was rumoured?.
@designerjet There will be more consolidation in leasing sector but not at the top end, says Mark Calver, Avioserv #APEXAsia.
@FutureTravelX APEX survey finds that Asian pax are more willing to pay for #PaxEx than their counterparts in other regions #APEXAsia #fteAsia.
@ghimlay @Aeromexico exec says US big 3’s call for “fair skies” in spat with Gulf is to prevent competition. Guess partner Delta won’t agree.
@theAPEXassoc “Airlines use leasing as a tool for matching passenger seat demand with supply,” says Mark Calver, Avioserv Singapore. #APEXAsia.
@theAPEXassoc “An airport is like a swan: very graceful above water, but working fiercely below” – Tan Lye Teck, exec. VP @ChangiAirport #APEXAsia/
Today’s Video Picks:
Bahrain B747 Landing Dublin Airport
British Airways India – Wings to a dream
Highlights, Travel Industry Road Show, Dublin, October 2015 – TravelMedia.ie
Weston to Newcastle Airfield & simulated ILS approach into EIME
Why easyJet and London Gatwick make business sense