Published on February 11th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/02/2016

Aircraft Update:

D-AIZE Airbus A3220-214 c/n 4261 Lufthansa To Lufthansa Technik hangar 08/02/16.

EI-FJH Boeing 737-8JP/W c/n 42071 Norwegian Air International due for delivery.

EI-FJJ Boeing 737-8JP/W c/n 41148 Norwegian Air International due for delivery.

LN-RPY Boeing 737-683 c/n 28292 SAS Airlines To Lufthansa Technik hangar 09/02/16.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus A321neo Flies for the First Time

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Air fares expected to fall

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The Boeing 747 jumbo jet changed air travel with this momentous event 47 years ago today

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ICAO announces global agreement on CO2 standard for new aircraft

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Jamaica sees record arrivals from UK and Ireland

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Jazeera Airways partnership for Europe routes may launch in summer 2018

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NBAA Chief: Don’t Hand U.S. ATC Monopoly To Airlines

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NetJets Values Avionics Durability, Big Data in New Aircraft

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Q&A: Dubai aviation president talks Open Skies Agreement, the future of Emirates and low-cost flights

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Qatar Airways & Italy’s Meridiana Part 1: Similar to Etihad-Alitalia, but different – and smaller

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WestJet pushes ahead with its widebody evolution as its stock valuation has fallen by half

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Winds of climate change will make transatlantic flights longer, study shows

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2016: The Year of Collaboration?

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Vacation Store offers a great deal on six night fly / drive to Ireland this spring

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Boxever Appoints David Kern to Drive Global Expansion

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Budapest Airport hits 20 with Ryanair

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EI-FON Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair First Flight

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How Ireland is beating even its own tourism predictions

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh reveals ‘We could still rescue Bombardier CSeries’

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Low-Cost Ryanair Shows It Pays To Be Cheap

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Ryanair celebrates 5th anniversary in Tallinn Airport

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Ryanair overtakes CRH to become Ireland’s biggest listed company

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Ryanair to open new base in Hamburg, Germany

Read more: “Unserved Route of the Week” is Dublin-Miami with 60,000++ searches in 2015 – one for Aer Lingus?

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Top airline boss says NI at disadvantage [Podcast]

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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus Cadets Charity Plane push challenge for Breast Cancer Research: 

College Ireland sees increased demand for Popular Short Course in Aircraft leasing & Project Management: 

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 08-02-2016:

Weekly Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 8 February 2016:


Tweets of the day:

@airkarp CFO T. Christie: Spirit Airlines has ‘been advised to anticipate several months delays’ for 1 or more A320neos scheduled for 2016 delivery.

@tomolearycllr Every 2 seconds an aircraft takes off in the world financed by irish leasing companies-26000 work in aviation  ireland vs 24000 in software.

@Rotorfocus The Moroccan Government is getting a new VIP 747-400 donated from the UAE. A6-UAE becomes CN-MBH #Morocco.

@WandrMe “You’ll see less predictability in the way we choose routes going forward,” says @SpiritAirlines CEO Fornaro. #AvGeek #PaxEx.

@winglets747 US approves United’s request to delay start-up of second SFO-Shanghai Pudong until Oct 2016.

Today’s Video Picks:

Air France 747 Forever – Two jewels of French aviation fly side by side over France

Innovation in Aviation and Future Trends

Ireland West Airport Knock – Gateway for the West of Ireland

Mumbai University To Purchase Aircraft For New Courses In Aviation

SimpliFlying Clients Speak – How we make airlines remarkable


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