Published on December 4th, 2015 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/12/2015

Aircraft Update:

EI-EUZ Boeing 737-7Q8 c/n 29355 AerCap Ferried Shannon-Bangor-Paine Field 03/12/15 in Transaero Airlines colours for Southwest Airlines.

EI-RJF RJ85 c/n 2337 Cityjet Ferried Shannon-Dublin 02/12/15 after paint into new colours.

EI-RJW RJ85 c/n 2371 Cityjet Ferried Dublin-East Midlands 02/15/15 for paint into new colours.

OE-IEH Airbus A319-132 c/n 2362 CIT Aerospace Ferried Madrid-Dublin 03/12/15 ex OO-TCS.

2-IDBU Boeing 767-37E c/n 25077 Jet Test International Ferried Moscow Vnukovo-Teruel 02/12/15 in Transaero Airlines colours ex EI-DBU.

Global Aviation News:

AirAsia pushes new regional schedules, secondary hub growth

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Autodesk and Airbus show the future of aerospace design and manufacture in pioneering generatively designed 3D printed partition

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Boeing Completes Detailed Design for the 787-10 Dreamliner

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Brazil’s Airline Dreams Burst as Deep Recession Cripples Travel

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Buffalo Airways, of TV’s Ice Pilots NWT, has licence suspended

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Dreamliners don’t crack: Boeing 787 survives fatigue testing

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Gustin: Europe should adopt Middle East attitude of using airlines as economic drivers

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How an Eighteenth-Century Statistician Is Helping to Find MH370

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Indonesia Orders Airbus A320 Inspections After Crash Report

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LATAM studying A320neo suitability for transatlantic ops

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Luxair exec: Turboprops must get faster, bigger

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Malaysia Airlines, Emirates agree to extensive codeshare pact

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Reduced lateral separation introduced over the North Atlantic

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The rise of Chinese aircraft lessors

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The TTG Interview: A transatlantic, low-cost battle

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Tianjin Airlines’ Shift To Widebody Aircraft Begins In 2016

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Why HNA’s Azul Investment Looks Strange, But Is Significant

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With ETOPS Delayed, WestJet Will Wet-lease Two 767s

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus traffic grows in November

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CIT Aerospace Delivers Two Airbus A321s To Air Canada

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O’Leary is still O’Leary

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Plans to attract two million tourists to Northern Ireland in 2016

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Report shows Irish airlines get the most complaints in the EU

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Ryanair in Boeing 737 delivery ramp-up

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Ryanair nears 100m passenger milestone in November

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IrishAero Blog Posts:

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

Irish Aircraft Leasing News 28-11-2015 

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 07-11-2015 

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 21-11-2015 

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 28-11-2015 

Tweets of the day:

@FlyingFair “It seems Etihad alliance with partners going beyond traditional Alliance” says @staralliance COO Jeffrey Goh #airtran15.

@FlyingFair “Airline ticket now a fast-moving consumer good” says @FlyingBrussels CEO Bernard Gustin #airtran15.

@LARA_Editor Keith Wallis of @AirCanada: @IATA NDC “can be a lot of things, but the only thing it really is, is a communications standard”. #airtran15.

@NorwegianUK “More people are making weekend trips even from #Europe to #NewYork” says @Fly_Norwegian CEO Bjorn Kjos #airtran15.

@NorwegianUK “The future of long-haul travel is great. We want fares to come down for the masses” CEO Bjorn Kjos #airtran15 .

@NorwegianUK “New @BoeingAirplanes have range to unlock new destinations from regional cities” says CEO Bjorn Kjos #airtran15.

Today’s Video Picks:

Andrew Haines of the Civil Aviation Authority on the regulation of Airport Expansion

GE Aviation’s Auburn Additive Production Plant

Hunter Keay – 2015 Commercial Aviation Industry Summit

Ministry of Transport says serious efforts needed to improve Thai aviation industry

Shannon Airport unveils exhibition to mark 70 years of transatlantic aviation


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