Published on January 28th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 28/01/2016
D-ABKT Boeing 737-86J/W c/n 36881 Air Berlin Rolled out of Eirtech Aviation paint hangar 26/01/16 in full Eastern Air Lines colours.
EI-EZG Airbus A320-232 c/n 2457 Ansett Worldwide noted at Shannon 26/0/16 with Irish registration applied today in full WOW Air colours ex LZ-WOW.
EI-FOE Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44713 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 27/01/16.
SX-DVG Airbus A320-232 c/n 3033 Aegean Airlines to Lufthansa Technik hangar 25/01/16.
Global Aviation News:
ATR Adjusts Outlook, Turns Attention to Untapped Markets
Boeing to boost 737 production, cut 777 build rate
Cathay Pacific’s difficult 2016: hedging loss, growth cuts, A350 delay, unions, 10 abreast response
Cathay Pacific set to rebrand Dragonair as ‘Cathay Dragon’ in bid to strengthen corporate identity
China Southern Airlines expects 2015 net profit to more than double
easyJet’s winter profits are falling in spite of cost control and lower fuel prices
NetJets Receives First Latitude Demonstrator
QF32 pilot recognised for aviation safety
RwandAir to Add Europe Destination, Four Aircraft This Year
Singapore Airlines Capital Express Part 1: Canberra, Wellington Airport outlook boosted by new route
Singapore Airlines Capital Express Part 2: SIA improves its position in Australia, New Zealand
World Economic Forum Draws 440 Business Aircraft
Irish Aviation News:
Belfast International and Belfast City Airport carried 7m passengers in 2015 says CAA
Dublin Aerospace appoints Michael Tyrrell as the Chief Executive Officer
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/27185
Dublin determined to maintain its cutting edge in aircraft leasing
Ground handling at Dublin Airport: Enabling growth from the ground up
Ireland to play important role as aviation leasing sector faces challenging year
Irish Civil Aviation Authority Urges EU To Act On NAI
Ryanair at Charleroi soon flights to Toulouse, Sofia, Timisoara and Verona
Ryanair backs Dublin Airport’s €250 million new runway
Ryanair confirms its interest in Paris CDG [French]
Ryanair Launches Winter 2016 Schedule For Dublin Airport
Ryanair Launches Winter 2016/17 Schedule
Ryanair now flying from Malta to Brussels, Toulouse
Ryanair opens 30 October Milan Malpensa-Brussels route [Italian]
Ryanair will fly directly from Bratislava to Brussels route [Slovakian]
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Experience Thomson’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner Premium Club from Dublin to Cancun and Montego Bay: http://bit.ly/1PrUq5W
Irish Aircraft Leasing News 25-01-2016: http://bit.ly/1PO7kWf
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 25-01-2016: http://bit.ly/1TkoL6g
Tweets of the day:
@atterseeluftfah Ryanair CEO Michael O Leary told me, that 80 european airports request to have Ryanair services – next on ATW.
@GlennFarleyK5 Boeing will spend 2.8 billion in capital for 777X in Everett, and to help Charleston build more jets.
@GlennFarleyK5 Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenberg, says production rate increases are supported. Airlines not losing interest in new planes with low oil prices.
@GlennFarleyK5 Boeing CFO Greg Smith says company will hit 787 production rate of 12 per month by mid 2016 . That’s split between Everett and Charleston.
@GlennFarleyK5 On Boeing 777X bridge. Expects 777 classic will slide to 7 per month in 2017. Sold out in 2016. 80% sold out in 2017. More sales expected.
@UKTradeMinister Meeting @DublinAirport to learn about expansion plans – huge opportunities for uk business on our doorstep.
Today’s Video Picks:
Aer Lingus Looking back at our 2015
Bahrain International Air Show Outtakes
Boeing KC-46 Tanker’s First Aerial Refueling
HKIA – Past, Present and Future
Union rubbishes calls to disband KQ management