Published on February 8th, 2016 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 08/02/2016
CS-TRY Airbus A330-223 c/n 970 Azores Airlines Delivered Madrid-Ponta Delgada 04/02/16 ex EI-EJY.
EI-FJC Boeing 737-81D/W c/n 39412 Norwegian Air International Registered 05/02/16 ex LN-NOR.
EI-XLF Boeing 747-446 c/n 27645 SB Leasing Ireland Ferried Moscow Vnukovo-Victorville 06/02/16 in Transaero Airlines colours.
M-ABIX Airbus A320-232 c/n 2108 IndiGo Airlines being prepared for delivery at Shannon 03/02/16 to become VT-IDQ.
N871TM Boeing 737-36N c/n 28671 GECAS Ferried Bournemouth-Lasham 04/02/16 ex LN-KKL.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus in talks to delay some A320neo deliveries: sources
Airline Stock Roundup: American Airlines, JetBlue Top Q4 Earnings; Delta’s PRASM Woes Stay
Airline travel secret: free stopovers
ASL Airlines France files application to fly to and from Providence’s Green Airport
British Airways latest of several airlines to add flights To Iran
Delta’s Next CEO Says Improving Foreign Results Is a Top Focus
Dubai International reviewing airline fees
EasyJet and Cranfield University unveil fuel cell for flight ops
Find Out Why So Many Private Jets Will Descend On The SF Bay Area For Super Bowl 50
HK Express plans for 50 aircraft in 2018 as it seeks all-new destinations for Hong Kong
80 per cent of airport passengers are tourists
Trudeau Said To Tie Bombardier Aid to Governance Changes
Turkish Airlines celebrates delivery of its 300th aircraft – an Airbus A330-300
Volotea unveils the livery of Airbus A319 [Italian]
Irish Aviation News:
A long, hard haul to keep Ireland Inc on the move
Balkan Ski Announces Major Expansion for 2017
Call to open rail link to Belfast International Airport
CityJet: Sale could jeopardise London City Airport’s future
DAA set to pay State dividend for first time in seven years
Dublin airport now the 18th busiest in Europe
EURO 2016 Ireland Football Match Day Flights
Northern Ireland families being forced to pay up to four times the normal price to fly away during mid-term break
Ryanair spreads its wings in Wrocław
Scrap airport’s seat-sales limit says independent inquiry
Sky is the limit for growth of Irish aviation sector
Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement 7th February
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Aer Lingus Cadets Charity Plane push challenge for Breast Cancer Research: http://bit.ly/1Kxhleb
College Ireland sees increased demand for Popular Short Course in Aircraft leasing & Project Management: http://bit.ly/1mkJlpJ
Tweets of the day:
@e_russell Hainan Airlines will begin 3x weekly service between Beijing and @FlyYYC with a 787 on 30 June.
@ghimlay .@TAMAirlines’ 4th A350 onwards will come with new Economy Plus seats – 63 of them (246 in regular economy, 30 business).
@ghimlay .@TAMAirlines will also operate A350 to MCO beginning in July (airline now flies mix of 767s and A330s to MCO).
@ KianiKress The incredible shrinking @airberlin, inspite of New routes, capacity down by 8,4 % in january, lifts loadfactor to +80%, but not there yet.
@Ransonnote Interesting CEO exits during the last year. United, Spirit and now Delta.
Today’s Video Picks:
Boeing completes first flight of the 737 MAX
Donald Trump to Influence Private Jet Market 2016?
Embraer Legacy 650 – Customer testimonial
Iran selects Airbus for its civil aviation renewal
Virgin Australia Perth Fokker F100 Flyover