Published on January 19th, 2016 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 19/01/2016
EI-FOC Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44714 Ryanair due for delivery
EI-FOD Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44715 Ryanair due for delivery
EI-FOE Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44713 Ryanair due for delivery
EI-FOF Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44716 Ryanair due for delivery
EI-FOG Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44711 Ryanair due for delivery
EI-FOH Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44717 Ryanair due for delivery
EI-FOI Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44712 Ryanair due for delivery
Global Aviation News:
AAPA: Government has role in seeing infrastructure & regulation keep pace with growth
Airbus: Deliveries to China exceed 100 aircraft for sixth consecutive year in 2015
AirAsia X 2016 outlook: turnaround predicted as Australia improves, China grows, 5th freedoms launch
AirAsia a perfect match for us – Norwegian CEO Kjos
Aviation giants fly high even as airliner orders go into freefall
A350-1000 to enter final assembly next month
CAPA World Airline Profit Outlook 2016: margins at a new high of 8.2%. Fertile ground for new entry
Iberia has announced plans for direct flights from Madrid to both Tokyo and Shanghai
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/27020
Iran to Buy 114 Airbus Jets, May Seek Boeings Post-Sanctions
Istanbul Ataturk Beats Frankfurt to Climb Europe’s Airport Ranks
New Prestwick boss: US pre-clearance and direct flights to London would help revive airport
Soon You Can Use Uber to Hail a Helicopter Ride at Sundance
Spirit and Frontier: A merger in the short to medium term makes little sense, despite suggestions
Thai Airways 2016 Outlook: regional growth & focus on revenue management. Profitability a challenge
Wizz Air aims to catch Ryanair on costs over next year or so
Irish Aviation News:
Ahead of the Curve: Dublin Airport and the Duval Plan
DETI inaction on Northern Ireland airports a disgrace – Kinahan
Dublin Airport to consider building new runway following a record year
Dublin Airport Sets New Record With 25M Passengers In 2015
Emerald VIP adds France to growing global network
High-flyers of world aviation have appointment in Dublin
IAG CEO says not pursuing M&A deals at present
IAG Could Lease Used A380s as Willie Walsh Says New Aircraft Too Pricey
IAG says interested in second-hand A380s, existing options too expensive
Ryanair Adds London – Timisoara Route from Nov 2016
Ryanair extends its business fast-track service
Ryanair to open first base in Romania
US delays Cork Airport transatlantic route to Boston
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Irish Aircraft Leasing News 18-01-2016: http://bit.ly/1UZO3Vw
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 18-01-2016: http://bit.ly/1PzU0Vs
Tweets of the day:
@CorkAirport Intensive efforts continue in Dublin, Brussels & Washington to secure US approval for Norwegian’s permit to operate under EU US Open Skies.
@emirates Emirates to receive all-time record of 37 new aircraft in 2016 (21 @Airbus A380s + 16 @Boeing 777-300ERs).
@Flighteditor #EADublin2016 Iberia has been transformed and is unrecognizable from the airline of three or four years ago, says Willie Walsh.
@ghimlay Argentina’s Sol has ceased flights, Brazil’s Sol failed in 2012, Paraguay’s Sol shut down in 2012 – there’s a lesson to be learnt here.
@ghimlay LATAM’s joint business deal with @AmericanAir will give LATAM passengers access to more than 200 destinations.
@LondonAirTravel Iberia takes its first step to make Madrid airport a global hub with the launch of 3x weekly flights to Tokyo Narita from 18 October 2016.
@winglets747 Emirates will receive a new widebody aircraft every 10 days in 2016 on average.
Today’s Video Picks:
Holdings theory and practice in FNPT II (part 1) – Aviation Academy
PHOCUS on NBAA 2015
Ryanair Winter Getaways 2016
Ryanair 16 stunning travel destinations you must see in 2016!
Sponsor Content – Global Jet Capital Provides Solutions for Financing Private Aircraft
747 Forever – A bord du dernier vol commercial / On board the last commercial flight