Published on December 10th, 2015 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/12/2015

Aircraft Update:

EI-DYS Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 37514 Ryanair withdrawn from service 20/11/15 parked at Glasgow Prestwick Ferried to Dublin 09/12/15 in basic Ryanair colours prior return to SMBC Aviation.

EI-DYT Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 33634 Ryanair withdrawn from service 20/11/15 parked at Glasgow Prestwick pending return to SMBC Aviation.

EI-FLZ Airbus A320-232 c/n 2372 Air Busan painted at Shannon 09/12/15 to become HL.

Global Aviation News:

Air France Sees Slow Rebound From Attacks After $54 Million Hit

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Airline Customers’ Data Exposed by HTTPS Hole – Report

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Bangkok Airways Part 2: Plans for further network, fleet & partnership portfolio expansion for 2016

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Boeing Capital Corporation forecasts healthy aircraft financing market of USD127bn in 2016

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Easyjet confident in its ability to deliver growth and returns for shareholders in 2016

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Emirates attacks European traffic move

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Etihad signs partnership with private jet charter Victor

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Heathrow third runway is key to economic success, says Unite

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HK Express begins year 3 as LCC; a greater threat to Cathay than Jetstar Hong Kong would have been

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IAG is our share tip of the week – 5 reasons to invest in the British Airways parent company

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New EU Aviation Strategy avoids key issues as Asia Pacific and Middle East claim the future

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Peach Aviation, Japan’s first LCC, continues expansion as Japan surpasses tourism targets

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Qatar Airways outlines A350 deployment for 2016, operates first A350 service to US

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Some U.S. airlines are charging 400% more for one-way tickets, Hopper claims

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30 Second Interview – Jūratė Baltrušaitytė, CCO of Lithuanian Airports

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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Announces Closing of $1.3 Billion of New Credit Facilities

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Boxever Survey Suggests Biometrics’ Potential in Customer Loyalty

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Dublin Airport crashes out of global Wi-Fi table

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New Boxever Survey Reveals Consumer Sentiment Toward New Travel Technologies and the Future Passenger Experience

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Ryanair base at Milan Malpensa opens for business

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Ryanair chief unconcerned by levels of competition in MRO

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Ryanair to carry five million passengers over festive period

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Turkish Airlines could expand its cargo services at Shannon Airport 

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Unions to complete vote on Bombardier ‘cost reductions’

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IrishAero Blog Posts:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 5-12-2015: 

Irish Aircraft Leasing News 5-12-2015:

Tweets of the day:

@winglets747 United expects to announce “amazing” 777-300ER product in summer 2016.

@winglets747 The 777-300ER will be United’s first aircraft design since the merger. Opportunity to incorporate brand design from the start.

@winglets747  United on 10-abreast 777: “We wouldn’t want to compromise our minimum standards” but pax want lower fares, more award space.

@winglets747  United works with Zodiac UK – different from Zodiac US, which American Airlines is having big issues with.

@winglets747  United Airlines evaluating A350-900ULR for non-stop US-Singapore. Question is if sub-fleet makes sense or aircraft too niche.

Today’s Video Picks:

Airline Industry Panel at World Travel Market November 2015

Aviation: Boeing dévoile le 737MAX

Keynote Interview Christoph Mueller, CEO Malaysia Airlines at WTM 2015

The Skywise debacle is shining the spotlight on domestic airlines

Webinar with Xiamen Airlines – Travelweek Learning Centre

S7 Airlines – new fare concept


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