Published on March 14th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/03/2016

Aircraft Update:

EI-FOT Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44730 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 11/03/16.

EI-RUR Boeing 737-8MC/W c/n 44435 SB Leasing Ferried Teruel Airport-St Athan 11/03/16 in Transaero Airlines colours.

G-NRWY Boeing 737-8JP/W c/n 39024 Norwegian Air UK Positioned Stavanger-London Gatwick 12/03/16 ex EI-FHI.

Global Aviation News:

Airline Industry Looks for Solutions as Pilot Shortage Intensifies 

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Airlines to move towards mobile and phase out cash payments: Travelport

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A4E MD outlines issues association aims to address

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China Eastern to boost international capacity by more than 20%

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IATA CEO calls for CIQ to make better use of advance passenger data

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IATA CEO expects rapid evolution in relationship between airlines and customers

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IndiGo takes delivery of Asia’s first A320neo

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Kenya Airways expects improved profits with lower fuel cost and slim fleet

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Private investment in Europe’s airports on the increase

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Sriwijaya Air and regional subsidiary Nam Air to expand in 2016, fighting off Garuda and Lion

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Irish Aviation News:

Aviation Authority blasts pilot union for Norwegian comments

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Brand hugely important for CityJet: chairman

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Changing course: Flynas CEO Paul Byrne

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Drones and the Law in Ireland: an Overview

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EasyJet expansion will lead to 100 new jobs at Belfast International Airport

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Flybe axes Belfast City Airport link with Newcastle

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‘Globally relevant’ loyalty programmes essential for FSCs: Aer Lingus CEO

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Ryanair’s CMO Says It Already Knows the Customers for Its New Private Jet

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Ryanair enters corporate charter market

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Ryanair’s Jacobs Calls for EU Reform Support

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Ryanair says German market share push ahead of plan

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Technology partner ‘on the shopping list’ for CityJet

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Travel Extra Sunday Supplement: Seeing double at ITB Berlin & Aer Lingus starts T/A plan for 2017

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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:

@CandiceOnTech Riccardo Boin from McKinsey & Co says full service carriers will continue to loose the short haul market to low cost carriers.  #CAPASummit.

@CAPA_Aviation .@cellpointmobile expects to see airlines bidding for passengers’ business #CAPASummit

@CAPA_Aviation SUN founder Geoffrey Lipman: Dec-2015 Paris Agreement is one of the most significant developments in the history of aviation #CAPASummit.

@Datalex .@AerLingus CEO Stephen K-Loyalty “essential to sustainability”-“must give customers a reason to stay” #CAPAsummit.

@newsmulg Return flights with Brussels Airlines from @BELFASTCITY_AIR £240. Last Aer Lingus from Dub was £45…

@tmongecuriel And yet another bold statement from @p_harbison: he finds it easier to book flights through OTAs than through airline websites. #CAPASummit.

@tmongecuriel “Many CEOs of FSCs don’t realise how far away they are from a true LCC, cost conscious mentality”, says E. Venter of Comair at #CAPASummit.

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