Published on March 3rd, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/03/2016

Aircraft Update:

M-ABGX Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 29925 Go2Sky Ferried Lasham-East Midlands 02/03/16 for paint prior delivery to become OM-GTE.

M-ABIX Airbus A320-232 c/n 2108 IndiGo Airlines Delivered Shannon-Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen-Delhi 27-28/02/16 to become VT-IDQ on lease from CIT Aerospace.

Global Aviation News:


Aeroflot Group narrows net loss to $89 million in 2015

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Airbus Draws Line at Giving China its Own Widebody Jet Plant

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Airbus says new A380 on hold ‘due to Emirates capacity squeeze’

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Air Canada attempts to steer investors to contemplate long term metrics as its valuation falls

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Air China’s Melbourne-Shenzhen route application an example of China’s network fragmentation

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Airlines to Introduce an ‘Economy Minus’ Class

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Boeing Eyes Comeback in Part of Jetliner Market It Once Ruled

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Flybe to axe Liverpool John Lennon Airport Amsterdam hub link

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No More Jive Talking: Jazz Aviation Cools Subsidiary Plans After Air Canada Deal

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Snacks on a plane: budget airlines accused of extortionate in-flight prices

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Virgin Atlantic mulls low-cost offshoot to counter growth in budget long-haul

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Irish Aviation News:

Airline industry connects nations, people MAS CEO Christoph Muller

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CarTrawler Appointed as Exclusive Ground Transportation Partner to Emirates

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CityJet opens customer contact centre creating 18 jobs

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ETIHAD Revises Dublin Capacity in S16

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How Ryanair flew around Ireland’s lobbying laws

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It’s plane sailing for Sligo embalmer’s glamping dream

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Ryanair bids to eat into Air Berlin’s share of German market

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Ryanair Calls On Google To Ban Misleading Edreams Adverts As Uk Advertising Standards Authority Ruling Confirms Breach Of Code

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Ryanair expands winter service from Newcastle

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Ryanair B738 near Ovda on Mar 1st 2016, no loss of separation with military aircraft

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Valuable equine cargo arrives as Shannon targets market

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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 @united is likely to finance more aircraft with bank debt in 2016 than it did in 2015, says acting CFO Laderman. #istatamericas.

@e_russell @united has about $8bn in unencumbered assets as part of its effort to reduce debt, says CFO Laderman. #istatamericas.

‏@grahamck63 looking forward to the MOL press conference tomorrow on @Ryanair @BelfastAirport new routes should be a cracker. 

@JulieAhlgren “The orders are coming. I have no doubt.” @Bombardier ‘s Ross Mitchell talks CSeries at #ISTATamericas.

Today’s Video Picks:

A380 Emirates – Takeoff at Malpensa

Aviation This Week: How Ready Is Nigeria’s Aviation Sector ICAO Certification Pt.1

CMPD Aviation Unit Celebrates 45 Years

IASA CV Preparation and Interview Skills Workshop Dublin- 15th March 2016

Singapore Airlines A350 – Your Ultimate A350 Experience

Willie Walsh, IAG Chief Executive, speaks about IAG’s 2015 milestones

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