Published on April 14th, 2016 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 14/04/2016
EI-FHF Boeing 737-8FZ/W c/n 34954 Norwegian Air International Ferried Budapest-Shannon-Bangor-Mexico City 10/04/16 in all white colours for Aeromexico.
EI-FRE Boeing 737-8AS/W c/n 62691 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 11/04/16.
Global Aviation News:
Are Single-Aisles Becoming A Commodity?
bmi regional: Munich to be biggest base in summer 2016 as growth-fuelled transformation continues
Emirates Swells Superjumbo Fleet With Orphaned Skymark Planes
Expedia Chair Barry Diller: Artificial Intelligence Will Be Travel’s Next Big Thing
Latvia’s airBaltic Increases its Firm C Series Order to 20 Bombardier CS300 Aircraft
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/28513
Myanmar aviation Part 4: airport development enables growth but Yangon unlikely to regain hub status
SunExpress Germany: summer 2016 route launches may signal a shift to a more pan-European model
The Economy Seat Revolution – Startups With Fresh Ideas Are Taking Off
VivaAerobus starts 2016 with positive momentum. Profitable growth is the key to its future
Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Leased, Purchased and Sold 131 Aircraft in the First Quarter 2016
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/28520
Avolon proud to be industry partner of new MSc in Aviation Finance
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/28524
IAG Mulls Plans for Dublin Hub as U.S. Airports Court Aer Lingus
Irish holidaymakers choose Spain, Portugal, and Florida for summer as Turkey, Egypt, Greece and France suffer
New Ryanair corporate jet costs €5,000 per hour of flying
RCPI partners with Etihad Airways on new venture
Ryanair going after Wizz Air; four newest bases in Bucharest, Vilnius, Sofia and Prague; Poland remains biggest overlapping market
Ryanair incites new price war
Ryanair opposed to IAA control tower plan
University College Dublin Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School Announces Norman C.T. Liu Aviation Scholarships to Support Graduate Students Pursuing Master’s Degree in Aviation Finance
Read more: http://www.aviationpros.com/press_release/12193877/university-college-dublin-michael-smurfit-graduate-business-school-announces-norman-ct-liu-aviation-scholarships-to-support-graduate-students-pursuing-masters-degree-in-aviation-finance
€10 Million Upgrade For Arrivals Hall Terminal 1 Dublin Airport
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:
@aviationirancom The first @Airbus aircraft with @IranAir_IRI logo will be delivered in a few weeks, Iran Ministry said. Deal yet to be signed in 1-2 months.
@Oliver__Clark Flybe CEO Saad Hammad expects LCCs to target legacy carriers where they smell blood rather than attack regional carriers. #era.
@Oliver__Clark Ryanair to reverse closure of Pescara, Alghero + Crotone bases if Italian gov cancels pax tax hike in June as promised says O’Leary.
@Oliver__Clark French ATC strikes and Brussels attack will have a €10-20m impact on Ryanair Q4 results says Michael O’Leary, + possible longer term impact.
@Oliver__Clark Ryanair has lowest airline bond interest rates in Europe, 1.1% says Michael O’Leary.
@Oliver__Clark Ryanair likely either to pull out of Norway or move to Gardermoen airport if new aviation tax is imposed says CCO David O’Brien at Connect.
@Oliver__Clark The Max even more efficient per mile than the 787 so could really impact the Transatlantic market says Norwegian’s Bjorn Kjos @ UK av club.
@Oliver__Clark Average time for an airline to gain a US foreign air permit is 53 days, Norwegian’s Irish subsidiary has waited years says Bjorn Kjos.
Today’s Video Picks:
Ciaran Carton, Cork Airport – Travel Industry Road Show, March 2016 – TravelMedia.ie
Ryanair Presents Satisflying
Ryanair Stories: Amsterdam
Two Ethiopian Boeing 787 take off Dublin airport