Published on November 26th, 2015 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 26/11/2015

Aircraft Update:

EI-DYI Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 36571 Ryanair Air-Test in Jeju Air colours 25/11/15 to become HL8050.

EI-FOB Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44710 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 24/11/15.

Global Aviation News:

Airbnb’s Head of Product On the Future of Travel Experiences

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Amazon Goes Airborne as JetBlue Seeks Edge With Free Wi-Fi

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Boeing says to roll out first 737 MAX in early December

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Bombardier Says This Time Is Different After C Series Rescue

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Could it be time for a Hawaiian Airlines branding makeover?

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Going Beyond Fuel Management to Holistic Fuel Efficiency Service Solutions

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Lufthansa Cabin Crew Union Calls Off Strike for Thursday, Friday

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HNA Investment Streak Continues With Azul Airlines

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In-Flight Wi-Fi Adoption Boosted by Budget Airlines, to Reach More than 10,400 Aircraft by 2020

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Qatar Airways CEO: No Room For Premium Economy On Middle Eastern Airlines

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Rolls-Royce warns Osborne over cuts to research support

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Travolution Summit: TripAdvisor data shows interest in Spain ‘skyrocket’ 

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U.S. Airlines Bet on Long Oil Slump as Millions Lost to Hedging

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U.S. Airlines Set for Pivotal Year for Labor

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Virgin Atlantic sets up Caribbean subsidiary

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Wizz Air Begins Operating Its First Airbus A321Ceo

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Irish Aviation News:

Air Canada Adds Seasonal Vancouver-Dublin Flights for Summer 2016

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Air Canada rouge Adds Vancouver – Dublin Service in S16

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Bookings for Christmas trips to Paris down significantly

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Irish tour operators cancel all trips to Sharm el-Sheikh until April

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Ryanair Concludes 5 Year Pay Deals At All 76 Pilot Bases

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Ryanair, easyJet, Vueling, Norwegian and Wizz Air’s winter 2015 growth markets revealed; Spain #1 for three of them; UK in top 3 for all

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US terror warning to hit tourism here

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IrishAero Blog Posts:

Irish Aircraft Lessors and Leasing companies Update 21-11-2015: 

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 07-11-2015:


Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 21-11-2015: 

Tweets of the day:

@Ai_Connects As airlines attempt to respond to a request from agencies, it’s imperative to leverage search n bookin data to deliver products #airlineNDC.

@winglets747  “China is a market of potentially limitless expansion” -Hawaiian CEO Mark Dunkerley to ATW.

@winglets747  “The rate of change is unprecedented” SIA CEO Goh about the evolving Asian airline landscape #CAPAsummit.

@winglets747 Aviation easy way to lose money? Lion Air Rusdi Kirana started with less than $1m but Lion valued at $2b.

@CAPA_Aviation  It’s the elephant in the room… If you can’t beat them (the Gulf carriers) – and you can’t – then join them: @RoyalBruneiAir #CAPAsummit.

@winglets747 SIA CEO Goh about Vistara, Scoot, other initiatives: “None of this is short-term.” It’s about 10, 15 years into the future. #CAPAsummit.

Today’s Video Picks:

A320neo with Pratt & Whitney engines is certified

Customs Eurocopter AS350 Helicopter – Tucson

Delivery of the 1000th Challenger 600 Series Aircraft

How This Private Aviation Startup Found Its Niche in the Luxury Market

NASA X: Environmentally Responsible Aviation-End of an ERA Pt.1


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