Published on May 10th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/05/2016

Aircraft Update:

G-MLJL Airbus A330-243 c/n 254 Thomas Cook Airlines Ferried Dublin-Manchester 04/05/16 after painting.

G-OBYE Boeing 767-304 c/n 28979 Thomson Airways Ferried Shannon-Manchester 09/05/16 after TUIfly Germany ops ex D-ATYE.

Global Aviation News:

Air France-Singapore Airlines partnership talks highlight lack of Gulf airline penetration in France

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Allegiant Air weathers the prickly dynamics of a low fuel environment. Expects steady growth ahead

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Boeing innovations: Sometimes lucrative, sometimes a bust

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Icelandair Group: Agreement signed on the purchase of two Boeing 767-300 aircraft

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jetBlue Airways works to reverse negative unit revenues as investors continue pressure for rewards

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Lufthansa re-calibrates in Asia: JVs pull focus from Hong Kong; Swiss 777; Austrian pivots to China

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Qatar Airways Inducts 50th Boeing 777 Into Its Fleet

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Thai Airways falls behind Singapore Airlines Group with regional connectivity: Part 1

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US airlines use JVs to expand Asia presence, but dissenting voices: CAPA Americas Summit

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WestJet after 20 years. The new LCC challenges: preserving the culture but rising to the business

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Irish Aviation News:

Ascend Aero IFE Newsletter 9 May

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Eirtech Aviation Wins Four Year Technical Services Contract With SAS

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EI-FJO Boeing 737-8JP Norwegian First Flight

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EI-FRN Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair First Flight 

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh: Ryanair transformation is ‘stunning’

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Investec Finances Four Emirates A380s in $1 Billion Jet Deal

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Ireland’s Kingspan Eyes Investment in Iran’s Airport Infrastructure

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Ryanair backs Cork-US flights bid

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Ryanair tops Bristol Airport’s track-keeping awards

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Willie Walsh: Ryanair transformation is ‘stunning’

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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:

@AfricanAirlines #ASC2016 Africa has fastest growing middleclass in the world – time to innovate in Africa – Jamie Partington – SITA.

@AfricanAirlines #ASC2016 Alleviating tax burden to airlines by governments can be a win-win strategy to create demand, Patrice Bouedo – ATR.

@AfricanAirlines #ASC2016 opening ceremony IATA VP Africa: it is critical that collaborative relationships are established between all aviation partners.

@fredkiige #ASC2016 Kenya’s MPESA is a global worldchanger in use of mobile technology.. Sam Munda – Director SITA.

@kabeeraerick Lack of political will to liberalize aviation sector within Africa has led to th loss of $billions and affects th continent #ASC2016.

@kabeeraerick #Africa has the most expensive airtickets and people prefer travelling by road making the aviation sector undeveloped #ASC2016 @FlyRwandAir.

Today’s Video Picks:

Ascend Flightglobal Consultancy’s Q2 Commercial aviation webinar

Boeing 767 Enniscrone, Sligo, Ireland’s first aircraft carrier 😛

Boeing 767 Lands on Enniscrone Beach Co Sligo Ireland

British Airways inaugural flight at SJC

Russian Aviation Takes Part in Victory Day Celebrations in Moscow

United Airlines launches nonstop flights from San Francisco to Xi’an


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