Published on March 15th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/03/2016

Aircraft Update:

EI-FJR Boeing 737-86N/W c/n 36820 Norwegian Air International Registered 13/03/16 ex LN-NOI.

N612MX Airbus A319-112 c/n 1612 Olympus Airways Delivered Phoenix Goodyear-Phoenix Sky Harbor-Bangor-Belfast International-Athens 11-12/03/16 in all white colours to become SX-BHN.

N760SL Boeing 737-4Y0 c/n 25177 Bank of Utah Trustee Ferried Fujairah International-Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International-Dublin 14/03/16 for ASL Airlines Ireland as EI- ex G-OBMM/SX-BGQ.

Global Aviation News: 

Boeing could accelerate 777X delivery to please Emirates

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Boeing Gives United A Smoking Deal On 737s To Block Bombardier From Gaining Traction

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Brexit would be bad for travel, says ABTA

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DCAA seeks 75% increase in seat capacity entitlement between India and Dubai

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Delta expands network between North America, Europe and India through codeshare with Jet Airways and KLM

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EasyJet CEO Carolyn McCall on how marketers can soar

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HAL delivers Dornier structures to Swiss firm

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HAL seeks new joint venture partner for 50-80 seat aircraft

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Juneyao Airlines to add up to 10 aircraft, eyes Russia route

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Kelly Ortberg: Airplanes generate more data than large hospitals – and that’s an opportunity

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Kenya Airways to lay off staff, sell planes in turnaround plan

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Low Cost Carriers Aren’t Disruptors… They’re the Innovators

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Malaysia’s Malindo Air to pursue faster expansion following rebranding and fully embracing FSC model

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Scotland leads the way on tackling the UK’s punitive air tax

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Thai yet to reach deals with Airbus, Boeing over deferrals

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United confirms 10-abreast seating on some of its 777s

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Irish Aviation News:

ARI ‘smashes’ SPH +16% target in Dublin’s T1

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ASL Aviation Group, European airlines and support companies join ERA

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IAA to Cooperate with skyguide on Aeronautical Data Management Services

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MTT and Singapore Airlines launch slick ‘companion app’ for in-flight entertainment

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New Aer Lingus Regional routes take-off from Cork Airport

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Ryanair’s New Strategy: Being Nice

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Ryanair to put greater focus on EX-YU market

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Vueling and Ryanair battle for Spanish supremacy

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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:

@BelfastAirport (1/4)The Scottish govt launches Consultation to halve APD. Finance Sec. Swinney sd APD acts as barrier to secure new direct inter. routes.

@BelfastAirport (2/4)Scottish Finance Sec. Swinney on cutting APD by half: it is important that we continue to open Scotland up to key and emerging markets.

@BelfastAirport (3/4) Edinburgh Airport has sd a 50% reduction in APD would create 3,800 jobs by 2020 and stimulate £200m of economic benefits each year.

@BelfastAirport (4/4)On APD, tourism body VisitScotland sd there was “no doubt” that APD acts as a “major deterrent” to many potential visitors.

@EDI_Airport  Edinburgh Airport is the key arrival airport in Scotland, (56% of all arrivals). source: @VisitScotland Visitor Survey 2015.

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