Published on March 2nd, 2016 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 02/03/2016

Aircraft Update:

EI-FOR Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44718 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 29/02/16.

G-LSAC Boeing 757-23AW c/n 25488 Jet2 Departed Lufthansa Technik hangar 28/02/16 arrived 06/01/16. 

N767KS Boeing 767-24Q(ER) c/n 28270 Mid East Jet To Atlantic Aviation Group hangar 28/02/16.

OY-SRH Boeing 767-204(ER)(SF) c/n 24457 Star Air Airtest from Atlantic Aviation Group hangar 28/02/16.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus, Boeing See Politics Makes Business Sense in China

Read more:

Airbus may shift more production toward popular A321 model

Read more:

Air NZ brings international expert to warn on Wellington runway extension

Read more:

AirAsia, AirAsia X Gain After Returning to Quarterly Profit

Read more:

Ethiopian and RwandAir Negotiate Details in Merger Talks

Read more:

IAG appoints new Vueling CEO

Read more:

IAG Cargo reports 3.2 percent increase in revenue in 2015

Read more:

ISTAT: Leahy changes opinion on demand for new A350 stretch

Read more:

MH370: the Most Baffling Aviation Mystery of all Time

Read more:

VLM Airlines scraps Superjet order

Read more:

Westjet talking with Boeing, Airbus on replacement for 767s

Read more:

Irish Aviation News:

AWAS announces appointment of David N. Siegel as Chief Executive Officer

Read more:

Diplomatic bid to secure Cork-Boston flights

Read more:

Dublin Airport celebrates Irish language as part of annual festivities

Read more:

Emerald VIP Services boost IS-BAH audit and FBO consultancy team

Read more:

Funeral director buys Boeing 767 to create glamping village in Sligo – but how will he move it from Shannon Airport?

Read more:

Israeli Warplanes Nearly Collide With Ryanair Jet in Jerusalem Skies

Read more:

Ryanair Adds More Euro 2016 Specials

Read more:

Ryanair’s new Northern Ireland’s base is in the final stages of preparation at Belfast International Airport

Read more:

Sales Blitz to Boost Canadian Visitors to Ireland

Read more:

Shannon confirms deal with Norwegian Air

Read more:

Tourism Ireland’s India Sales Mission in September

Read more:

UK-Ireland FAB completes testing of SESAR concept for cross-border dynamic sectorisation

Read more:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Irish airline Cityjet prepares for Bombardier CRJ900 operations: 

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 February 2016: 

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 29-02-2016: 

Tweets of the day:

@e_russell “The re-engined 757 is off the table,” says Boeing’s Tinseth on MOM aircraft development. #istatamericas

@FG_STrim How many airplanes did @BoeingAirplanes deliver in 1st 100yrs? Over 60,000, Randy Tinseth says at #istatamericas.

@FG_STrim In classic #istatamericas shade move, Airbus COO-Customers John Leahy advises Boeing to re-engine 757 for Middle of the Market solution.

@JulieAhlgren @geaviation: carbon fiber, 3D printed materials, new engine tech will require MRO suppliers to step up their game #ISTATamericas.

@PEMCOWorldAir #istatamericas.  Survey showed attendees believe #oil prices to be between $30 and $50 by end of #2017.

Today’s Video Picks:

Airbus: conquering the skies

Digital Industrial Dose: The Industrial Internet and the Aviation Industry

NASA New Aviation Horizons

P&M Aviation PulsR Flight


About the Author

Blogger Irish Aviation Research Institute/ FlI Commercial Aviation News Curator/ Voted 7th in #Avgeek100 2013/ Twitter @IrishAero

Comments are closed.

Back to Top ↑