Published on March 8th, 2016 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 08/03/2016

Aircraft Update:

EI-EPR Airbus A319-111 c/n 3102 Aer Lingus last service London Gatwick-Dublin 06/03/16 and Ferried to Ostrava for painting into Vueling Airlines colours.

EI-FMW Airbus A320-214 c/n 5158 IndiGo Airlines painted at Shannon 06/03/16 prior delivery to become VT-IDQ.

F-GYAZ Airbus A321-111 c/n 519 AerCap Ferried Shannon-Ljubljana 07/03/16 in Air Méditerranée colours.

Global Aviation News:

‘Airline consolidation bound to happen’

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Airlines Really Don’t Want to Upgrade People for Free

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American Airlines Pilots Blast Return of ‘Toxic Culture’

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Analysts Continue Panicking About the Boeing 777

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Angry Kingfisher Airlines employees say Vijay Mallya has blood on his hand

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Boeing 777 Flies Seven of the World’s 10 Longest Airline Routes

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Bombardier C Series aircraft route-proving takes off in Europe

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E-commerce leads to rise in European narrowbody connections

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Egypt Approves ‘Gradual’ Repatriation of International Airlines’ Revenues to Avoid Suspension

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FastJet to Cut Routes as Cash Shrinks, Sending Stock Falling

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Frontier Airlines planning IPO, says report

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Indigo’s Frontier Said to Hire Barclays, Deutsche Bank for IPO

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Little Advice on ASEAN

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Lufthansa Doubles Down on Eurowings

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Two years on, questions still cloud future of Malaysia Airlines

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U.S. Legacy Airlines Still Dominate International Traffic in and Out of the Country

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‘World’s largest aircraft’ prepares for first flight

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Irish Aviation News:

Cork MEP Deirdre Clune appointed as a negotiator for the European Aviation

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EI-FOT B737-8AS Ryanair First Flight

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EI-FOV B737-8AS Ryanair First Flight

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Ethiopian appoints a Sales Manager

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GE Capital Aviation Services Delivers Three New Airbus A320s to New Customer Qingdao Airlines

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Irish airlines ‘face 300 compensation claims’

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Spring Deals to Canada with Air Transat from €410 Return

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5 drones you don’t need to register to use in Ireland

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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 7 March 2016: 

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 07-03-16:


Tweets of the day:

@TheHUBRoutes John Schubert, MD Marketing Asia Pacific & India, Boeing says not seen any impact of concerned issue of overcapacity in Asia at #RoutesAsia.

@TheHUBRoutes “With right approach tourism industry can learn a lot about consumer preferences with #BigData” – @sinotechian @digitaljunglecn #RoutesAsia.

@TheHUBRoutes “We’re now entering… Age of Traveller Power” – Albert Villadolid, MD Southeast Asia, Distribution Commercial, @AmadeusITGroup. #RoutesAsia.

@TheHUBRoutes “The golden age of travel has become age of mass travel due to widespread use of technology” – Albert Villadolid @AmadeusITGroup #RoutesAsia.

@TheHUBRoutes “We flew 737MAX early and think we will also deliver it early,” said John Schubert, MD Marketing Asia Pacific & India, Boeing at #RoutesAsia.

Today’s Video Picks:

ABRIS Design Group

Air Refueling Cope North 16

Clock Ticking for Malaysia Airlines’ Succession Plan: Analyst

Lowest Ever Dutch C-130H Landing at Cambridge Airport

Malaysia Airlines Making More Money For Every Seat Bought


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