Published on March 24th, 2016 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/03/2016

Aircraft Update:

CN-NMJ Airbus A320-214 c/n 6896 Air Arabia Maroc at Shannon 23/03/16 after paint ex D-ANJB.

D-ABME Boeing 737-86J/W c/n 37766 Air Berlin Ferried Shannon-Munich 22/03/16 after painting at Eirtech Aviation in Eastar Jet colours arrived 13/03/16.

EI-FOW Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 44729 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 22/03/16.

LN-TUJ Boeing 737-705/W c/n 29095 SAS Airlines To Lufthansa Technik hangar 22/03/16.

N332CC Boeing 737-86N c/n 30231 Apollo Aviation Capital Management Ferried U-Tapao–Pattaya-Guam International-Kona International-Phoenix Goodyear 22-23/03/16 ex HS-GTH.

Global Aviation News:

Air Berlin held talks to win easyJet as investor – Bild

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Airports alert to terrorist threat after Brussels attack

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Airport Privatisation in Canada: Transport Policy Review Part 1

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Airlines and the challenges of price versus digital experience

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Airline Weekly Lounge – Episode 32: Brussels: Impact on the Industry

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Fitch: Cuba Tourism Will Drive Regional Airport Traffic Growth

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GOL engages SkyWorks Capital

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IATA Statement on Brussels Terror Attacks

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New flight path 

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Norwegian brings enhanced Scandinavian connectivity to Las Vegas

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Virgin America Considering a Sale

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus boosts weekend utilisation for BA CityFlyer Embraer fleet

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‘Avoid non-essential trips to Brussels’ Irish travellers told as airport remains closed

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GE Capital Aviation Services Delivers New Boeing 737-800 to Okay Airways

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Norwegian flights delay is raised with President Obama

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Reinforcing Ireland’s global leadership in aviation finance

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Ryanair criticised over £6,000 fee to fly group home from Brussels

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Ryanair’s Derided Charleroi Hub Keeps Brussels Connected

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Simon Coveney: Cork to US flights a matter of ‘when’ not ‘if’ 

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TEAM Accessories Dublin Successfully Renew CAAC Certification

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Travel Extra’s Eoghan Corry on RTE’s Sis One News speaking about implications for airport security

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Yvonne Muldoon Joins Aer Lingus as Director of Sales

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Zaventem attack is a game-changer for the already persecuted airline passenger

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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

To be updated 

Tweets of the day:

@AmericanAir “For the first time in over 50 years, there is reason for US-Cuba business travel to take off.” Scott Kirby #AACuba.

@DJBAppleby Copa continues successful strategy of serving niche secondary markets in one of region’s most stable economies-Peru.

@e_russell Xiamen Airlines will begin 3x weekly XMN-YVR service with a 787-8 on 25 July, its first route to North America, @yvrairport says.

@SeamusAPEX @TigerairAU first 737-800 service to Bali departs today from MEL (0915) and ADL (0945) #avgeek.

@TheHUBRoutes “Aviation is force for good & brings world together & fosters greater understanding of people & cultures,” & why is target, adds @IATA CEO.

Today’s Video Picks:

Air Force One Takeoff

Aviation This Week: Challenges Experienced Operating The Bilateral Service Agreement Pt 1

Aviation This Week: Challenges Experienced Operating The Bilateral Service Agreement Pt 2

Aviation This Week: Challenges Experienced Operating The Bilateral Service Agreement Pt 3

Emirates A380 at Hyderabad Airshow 2016


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