Published on May 9th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/05/2016

Aircraft Update:

EI-DDY Boeing 737-4Y0 c/n 24904 Transalpine Leasing Ferried Vilnius-Stavanger-East Midlands 06/05/16 in Transaero Airlines colours.

EI-EFB Boeing 737-8AS c/n 37532 Ryanair was noted at Bournemouth 08/05/16 in full Jeju Air scheme & is to become HL8064.  

EI-FRL Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44741 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 05/06/15.

Global Aviation News:

Air France-KLM: 1Q margin gain beats IAG & Lufthansa, but lack of 2016 target betrays low confidence

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Airlines’ Big Profits and 4 Other Aviation Trends This Week

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BA issues further warning to London City Airport

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British Airways Launches San Jose to London Service

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Business-Jet Sales Sink Most Since 2011

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Chinese airlines’ widebody orders signal China’s expanding impact on global aviation

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GOL Continues to Execute Comprehensive Restructuring Plan

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Havana Jose Marti International Airport: Exciting times and the opportunity to become a regional hub

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Icelandair Takes Off With Newest Fleet Addition, the Boeing 767

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Kuwait Airways drops 5th Freedom Euro flights

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Scoot and Tigerair drive Singapore Airlines Group expansion in China; 14 new destinations in 5 years

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Southwest enjoys revenue benefits from credit card deal; labour issues force early 737 Classic exit

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus expansion at Dublin Airport could slow, warns IAG chief executive

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CityJet announced as new sponsors of London GAA senior football and hurling championships

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Comment of Ryanair in support of Norwegian Air International’s Foreign Carrier Permit

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Dublin Airport capacity issues could hurt expansion – Walsh

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Have your say on Cork to Boston flights

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IAG says Dublin Airport will lose business without shake-up

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Ryanair takes on EU to claw back €6.4m

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Ryanair to expand winter operations in Malaga

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Tellus ‘Takes Off’ Over South East Ireland

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The new owners of London City Airport have listened to the demands of airlines not to hike prices, IAG CEO Willie Walsh declared

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Travel Extra Sunday Supplement 8 May 2016

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Willie Walsh pooh-poohs retirement rumours and bets big on BA’s wi-fi in the sky

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14 cool organisations using drones in Ireland

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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Dublin Airport shortlisted for ACI ‘Best Airport Award’ :


Sentinel Aviation Services delivers former Transaero 737 to Bravo Airways:

Tweets of the day:

@AirportWatch Willie Walsh on London City: “We’d have no problem moving away from London City Airport.There’s no way we’re going to be held hostage there”.

@e_russell Norwegian prices $349m notes for 10 aircraft. 

@e_russell  Did I mention that the 10 737-800s financed by @Fly_Norwegian’s 2016-1 EETC will be operated by Norwegian Air International?.

@ghimlay .@CopaAirlines CEO @PedroHeilbron calls situation in LatAm a “revenue roller coaster”. “It’s almost impossible to predict what’s ahead.”

@ghimlay .@CopaAirlines has deferred two 737-800 deliveries in 2017. Zero net growth for fleet in 2017 – six deliveries, and six lease expiration’s.

@ghimlay .@Ryanair supports @Fly_Norwegian in US, calls claims by opponents “mischievous”.

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