Published on February 25th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/02/2016

Aircraft Update:

EI-FMM Boeing 737-86N/W c/n 29889 Yakutia Ferried Rome Fiumicino-Ostrava 24/02/16 after paint prior delivery to become VQ-.

EI-LNI Boeing 787-9 c/n 37307 Norwegian Long Haul Delivered Paine Field-Oslo 23/02/16. 

OK-TSM Boeing 737-9GJER c/n 37363 Travel Service Ferried Prague-Bournemouth 24/02/16 for paint ex EI-FMS.

Global Aviation News:

Boeing Launches Next-Generation 737 Boeing Converted Freighter

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Dornier looks to Southeast Asia to market new passenger seaplane

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Düsseldorf Airport’s Innovation Hub Wants a Bit of Startup Magic

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Emirates touts economic benefits to US; upgauges IAD service to A380

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Fast Inflight WiFi on European Airlines A Huge Challenge To The US

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Flybe’s bumpy ride

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Gulf airlines in London Heathrow: slot purchases expand capacity further, improving connectivity

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IATA: 2016 outlook so far unchanged, despite series of financial shocks

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Running the Show: Éric Lauzon on MultiMedia Market

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Southwest CEO Says the Airline Wants to Go to Cuba This Year

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The 5 Airline Websites Best Designed for Up Selling Flyers

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus, Pegasus, Spirit, SWISS and WestJet provide excellent online examples of a la carte promotion 

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ARI’s recent wins to boost business in 2016

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Danish prime minister condemned for using Ryanair

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Norwegian shelves Cork transatlantic plans

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Redheads fly high at Cork Airport

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Ryanair boss: Bad Danish press sells seats

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Ryanair continues to expand in Denmark

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Shannon IASC hosts ADS MROL SIG Meeting

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Stobart completes £17m Carlisle Airport deal

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This is Ryanair’s new destinations from Gothenburg [Swedish]

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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

An Emirates Airlines Irish Success story 

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 21 February 2016 

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 21-02-2016 

Tweets of the day:

@designerjet  Danish unions have been good for promoting Danish brand and for that we’re grateful. O’Leary.

@maddysavage Talks with Malmö & Stockholm’s Arlanda airport & @Ryanair are happening but “not going anywhere yet” says Michael O’Leary.

@mgarcia_writer Many ‘mentions’ of Danish model by O’Leary but support for new Danish aviation plan as hub for Nordics. Air taxes elsewhere will benefit CPH.

@mgarcia_writer  Rasmussen not first and won’t be last PM to fly with Ryanair. Should be commended for wise use of funds, says O’Leary.

@reutersConorH Michael O’Leary sees little risk to economy in #GE16 stalemate. Hopeful for govt ‘not run by the Shinners or a ragtag of leftwing halfwits’.

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