Published on April 13th, 2016 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 13/04/2016
EI-SVX Airbus A321-211 c/n 6817 Sky High Leasing Ferried Teruel Airport-Cambridge 11/04/16 in Transaero Airlines colours for painting.
LN-TUJ Boeing 737-705/W c/n 29095 SAS Airlines Departed Lufthansa Technik 08/04/16 arrived 14/03/16.
SE-RJS Boeing 737-76N/W c/n 32684 SAS Airlines to Lufthansa Technik hangar 08/04/16.
SX-ABC Airbus A321-211 c/n 517 Daallo Airlines Delivered Shannon-Athens 08/04/16 ex F-GYAP.
SX-DVH Airbus A320-232 c/n 3066 Aegean Airlines Departed Lufthansa Technik hangar 09/04/16 arrived 04/04/16.
Global Aviation News:
Boeing Gets $1.5 Billion Surprise With New 747 Jumbo Jet Orders
Brussels Airport sees return of major foreign carriers
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/28508
China’s HNA to Buy Airline Caterer Gategroup for $1.5 Billion
European airline consolidation part 2: M and A potential of major groups; benefits and hurdles
Heathrow and Gatwick push for new runways after record Easters
Iceland Reconsiders Crosswind Testing
Iran Says Boeing Offers New Aircraft During Tehran Trip
Most Popular Business Aviation Airports in Europe
Why the cabin modification market will continue to grow in 2016
Why United is flying a Boeing 787s between Newark and Los Angeles
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus announces 400,000 seats to sun destinations this winter
Chambers Ireland welcomes announcement of new runway at Dublin Airport
CityJet signs ABACUS contract with Fokker Services for its new fleet of Bombardier CRJ900 aircraft
EI-FRH Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair First Flight
EI-FRI Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair First Flight
GuestLogix Inc. Proposes to Sell Its OpenJaw Business to TravelSky and Announces Cease Trade Order
Irish leaders key to aircraft leasing sector
Irish Aviation Authority reports 13.2% increase in profits
Investment in Infrastructure Brings About Untold Economic Benefits
Murcia tourist authorities seek to attract more Irish visitors
New runway plan brings further network opportunities for Dublin
North Runway project at Dublin Airport set for take off
OpenJaw snapped up by Chinese
Ryanair to Luxembourg? No comment, says airline
The sky is the limit, Alan Joyce flying the flag for Tallaght
Read more: http://www.intallaght.ie/16596-2/
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 11 April 2016: http://bit.ly/1N4Mnv4
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 11-04-16 : http://bit.ly/1RPrKDk
Tweets of the day:
@CAPA_Aviation .@FlyANA_official VP says potential consolidation among Asian carriers cannot be ignored in the future. #CAPAsummitLAS.
@CAPA_Aviation .@Delta General Counsel Peter Carter says jetBlue may change its views on JVs if at some point it engages in its own JV. #CAPAsummitLAS.
@CAPA_Aviation .@KoreanAir_KE VP marketing Americas John Jackson says the airline “doesn’t do a lot with metasearch right now.” #CAPAsummitLAS.
@glenvillemorris “US airlines are no longer world leaders in aviation, they are followers” ouch, harsh words from Peter Harbison #CAPASummitLAS.
@justinbachman “Alaska is as likely to keep the Virgin America name … as it is to order a bunch of Airbus A380s.” –@hharteveldt.
@LASairport “Passengers increasingly have a preference for nonstop service,” said CAPA Executive Chairman Peter Harbison at today’s #CAPAsummitLAS.
@TradeCFDs #Ryanair CEO Says Fares, Earnings in 1Q Could See Impact From Attacks.
@vl_bryan @Ryanair CEO says combined impact of Brussels attacks and ATC strikes will knock 10 or 20 mln eur off Q4 numbers.
@vl_bryan @Ryanair CEO says unit costs have fallen, due to hedging lower fuel costs only to come through in next two years. Ominous for rivals…
@vl_bryan @Ryanair CEO O’Leary says sports teams have shown interest in new corporate jet offer.
Today’s Video Picks:
Classic Aero-TV: Phil Boyer 2012 – ‘Just An Aviation Enthusiast’
Pamela joins the Air Corps – The Anton Savage Show
Sabreliner Aviation – Aircraft Life Extension
United – Women in Aviation