Published on December 10th, 2015 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 10/12/2015
EI-DYS Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 37514 Ryanair withdrawn from service 20/11/15 parked at Glasgow Prestwick Ferried to Dublin 09/12/15 in basic Ryanair colours prior return to SMBC Aviation.
EI-DYT Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 33634 Ryanair withdrawn from service 20/11/15 parked at Glasgow Prestwick pending return to SMBC Aviation.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
Airline Customers’ Data Exposed by HTTPS Hole – Report
Bangkok Airways Part 2: Plans for further network, fleet & partnership portfolio expansion for 2016
Boeing Capital Corporation forecasts healthy aircraft financing market of USD127bn in 2016
Easyjet confident in its ability to deliver growth and returns for shareholders in 2016
Emirates attacks European traffic move
Etihad signs partnership with private jet charter Victor
Heathrow third runway is key to economic success, says Unite
HK Express begins year 3 as LCC; a greater threat to Cathay than Jetstar Hong Kong would have been
IAG is our share tip of the week – 5 reasons to invest in the British Airways parent company
New EU Aviation Strategy avoids key issues as Asia Pacific and Middle East claim the future
Peach Aviation, Japan’s first LCC, continues expansion as Japan surpasses tourism targets
Qatar Airways outlines A350 deployment for 2016, operates first A350 service to US
Some U.S. airlines are charging 400% more for one-way tickets, Hopper claims
30 Second Interview – Jūratė Baltrušaitytė, CCO of Lithuanian Airports
Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Announces Closing of $1.3 Billion of New Credit Facilities
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/26521
Boxever Survey Suggests Biometrics’ Potential in Customer Loyalty
Dublin Airport crashes out of global Wi-Fi table
New Boxever Survey Reveals Consumer Sentiment Toward New Travel Technologies and the Future Passenger Experience
Ryanair base at Milan Malpensa opens for business
Ryanair chief unconcerned by levels of competition in MRO
Ryanair to carry five million passengers over festive period
Turkish Airlines could expand its cargo services at Shannon Airport
Unions to complete vote on Bombardier ‘cost reductions’
IrishAero Blog Posts:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 5-12-2015: http://bit.ly/1IvJEIU
Irish Aircraft Leasing News 5-12-2015: http://bit.ly/1SF4cPq
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