Published on June 15th, 2016 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 15/06/2016
HZ-AQD Airbus A330-343 c/n 1141 Saudi Arabian Airlines Ferried Jeddah-Dublin 14/06/16 for Dublin Aerospace.
Global Aviation News:
Air France Pilots Plan to Step Up Pressure With More Walkouts
AirAsia – KLIA2 Is LCCT2
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/29446
All 7 AirAsia affiliates improve in 1Q2016: Southeast Asian airlines’ profits increase 50%
German seat capacity up 8% this summer; Berlin Schönefeld, Cologne Bonn and Memmingen growing fast in 2016 thanks to LCCs
Jin Air expanding and receiving greater recognition from parent Korean Air. Maybe Australia next
Lufthansa Monitors Nigeria as Country Owes $600 Million in Fares
Qantas May Be Target for Chinese Airlines, Credit Suisse Says
State of the Industry “A New Air Service Paradigm” Remarks by ACI-NA, President & CEO, Kevin M. Burke
United Airlines works to start anew as its rivals work to widen their competitive advantages
Virgin Atlantic Airways focussing ever more on US flights; many non-US routes dropped, as well as domestic Little Red operations
30-Second Interview, Alexander Schroll, CEO of Castellon Airport
Irish Aviation News:
Airport’s customer Wi-fi takes off with BT
Amazon in talks with aviation authority as race to deliver by drone moves up a gear
AWAS delivers to VietJet additional new A320 passenger aircraft on lease
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/29459
Bombardier C Series jets ‘could fly to the US and Middle East’ from Belfast City Airport
Claddagh Aircraft Maintenance receives Part M subpart F and G approval
Dublin Aerospace Mechanical Automation and Maintenance Fitter (MAMF) Apprenticeship Information
More than 100,000 football fans from across Ireland to travel to Euros
Ryanair and IAG are picks of the bunch as European airline valuations become cheaper
US government lawyer backs Norwegian Air claim
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
To be updated 15/06/16
Tweets of the day:
@airportscouncil .@BoeingAirplanes’s Bowden: Low fare competition, lower fuel prices and a stable economy were major factors for gains – #JumpStart16.
@airportscouncil .@BoeingAirplanes’s Bowden: Steady growth continues with overall traffic and capacity up > 5 percent year over year – #JumpStart16.
@e_russell “We are interested [in Canada] but we’d need to figure out how to do it on a low-cost basis,” says @FlyFrontier CEO Biffle. #JumpStart16.
@JustinMeyerKC One third of the world’s in-service jet fleet is based in North America despite N America representing just 5% of world pop. #JumpStart16.
@PratteInSAT Jet fuel expected to be between $60-80 in the next four years #JumpStart16.
Today’s Video Picks:
Aengus Kelly Now 43pc of aircraft are leased
Aer Lingus Inflight Entertainment June/July 16
ICMA Annual Conference 2016: Keynote address, Neil Sorahan, Chief Financial Officer, Ryanair
Senator wants airlines to pay same fuel taxes as drivers
Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority announced plans to review airfares
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