Published on January 13th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 13/01/2016

Aircraft Update:

EI-DYS Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 37514 Jeju Air at Dublin 11/01/16 prior delivery (Corrected).

EI-DYT Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 33634 Jeju Air at Dublin 11/01/16 prior delivery (Corrected).

LN-RRK Boeing 737-883 c/n 32278 SAS Airlines Departed Lufthansa Technik hangar 09/01/16 arrived 21/12/15.  

SE-RES Boeing 737-7BX c/n 30707 SAS Airlines To Lufthansa Technik hangar 09/01/16.

Global Aviation News:

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Delta Passes United to Become No. 2 in U.S. After American

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Etihad Airways Delivers Another Year Of Strong Growth In 2015

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Jota Aviation purchases Avro RJ85 from Falko

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United Airlines sales hurt by Paris attacks, weaker oil industry demand

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Transaero accused of breaking lease agreements

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Vietnam Air to Sell 8.8% Stake to Japan’s ANA, CEO Says

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Virgin Atlantic Poised for $4.3 Billion Airbus A350 Deal

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WestJet gains ETOPs for 767s, flies own widebodies to Hawaii

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Irish Aviation News:

IAA Safely and Efficiently Managed 1 Million Flights in 2015

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IAG Passes Lufthansa in Carrier Ranking With Air France in Sight

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Lobo Leasing Announces a New EVP & Managing Director New EVP & Managing Director to Build on the Company’s Success and Further Accelerate Growth

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London Stansted: traffic growth is resurgent thanks to lower airport charges; Ryanair dominates

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Private Company Sought Control Of Shannon Airport As Part Of Hub Negotiations

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Ryanair and easyJet eye work with rivals

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US visitors spent record $1.2 billion dollars in Ireland last year -13% growth

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We’re flying high, insists airport boss, but it’s now or never for cutting air passenger tax in Northern Ireland

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We’ll keep on growing, says boss of City Airport

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WOW air announces low-cost fares to LA and San Francisco from Dublin

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WOW air launches ‘game-changer’ flights from Dublin to US West Coast from €199pp

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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Irish Aircraft Leasing News 08-01-2016:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 08-01-2016:

Ryanair Expands Dublin services for summer 2016: 

Ryanair takes delivery of 24 new aircraft in calendar year 2015: 

Top 10 aircraft to visit Dublin Airport in 2015:

Top 10 Irish Aviation news stories of 2015: 

Tweets of the day:

‏@AirlineReporter Most telling #AkbarAlBaker comment re: 10-abreast coach: We are in the business of making money.

@e_russell  Fyi, @Delta is not bigger than @united as @business reports. DL only flew more RPMs than UA in 2015. UA ASMs 250bn vs DL ASMs 247bn.

@Jamie_Freed  AirAsia X flights from Gold Coast to Auckland can’t be great news for Air NZ, Virgin or Jetstar as daily AAX A330s have 377 seats.

@winglets747  20h20 Japanese airlines and airports take top spots in OAG’s rank of on time performance – but at what cost to efficiency?.

@winglets747 Could ANA-Vietnam Airlines work? Probably. Is it an integrated, tight Delta-Virgin Atlantic, Etihad-Jet? No.

@winglets747 People say Vietnam Airlines will benefit from ANA’s management. How much benefit from an airline with low productivity, high cost?.

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