Published on June 16th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/06/2016

Aircraft Update:

EI-EFM Boeing 737-8AS c/n 37535 T´Way Air Ferried East Midlands-Dublin 15/06/16 after paint prior delivery to become HL.

EI-UNN Boeing 777-312 c/n 28517 Rossiya Airlines Onward Delivery Amsterdam-Moscow Vnukovo 14/06/16 after painting.

Global Aviation News:

Air Mauritius Readies for Expansion With New Planes and Hubs

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Airport turbulence: PIT needs another direct flight to a European hub

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American Airlines pulls many levers to improve PRASM, but cautions there is no overnight solution

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Boeing Nears Historic Deal With Iran for About 100 Jetliners

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Branson’s Virgin Atlantic Sees Norwegian Air Hurting U.S. Fares

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Chinese aviation: reports of its demise are greatly exaggerated, as outbound tourism burgeons

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Flybe alters E-Jet and Q400 deals

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Flybe is the leading provider of UK domestic flights; growing in France, Germany and Netherlands as network develops to almost 200 routes

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Jin Air expanding and receiving greater recognition from parent Korean Air. Maybe Australia next

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Latin American Airlines Scrutinize Purchasing To Weather Downturn

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Relief across the South West as government decides not to devolve air passenger duty

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South African Airways Admits To Subsidizing Low Cost Carrier Mango 

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Irish Aviation News:

Address by Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross T.D. at the IATA AGM – Dublin, 2 June 2016 

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Avolon delivers one Airbus A321-200 aircraft to Air Berlin

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CityJet Captain shares her advice with pilots of the future

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Ciyjet to fly from Cork to Nantes and La Rochelle

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Lilian Bland: Ireland’s first female pilot, the world’s first female aviation engineer

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Ryanair axes winter Paris-Shannon service

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Shane Ross to raise residents’ concerns over runway noise

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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 15 June 2016:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 15-06-16: 

Tweets of the day:

@e_russell  .@FlyFrontier inks sale-and-leasebacks for at least 19 aircraft deliveries through 2017, says CEO.

@e_russell  “There are still some holes in our network. We have a hole in the middle of the country,” says @JetBlue director Checketts. #JumpStart16.

@e_russell .@SouthwestAir will remove its last 737 Classic (-300) by around Labor Day 2017, 737-500s exit this summer, says Harvey. #JumpStart16.

@e_russell .@SouthwestAir expects first 737 Max in July 2017, about 2 months earlier than previous expectations.

@ghimlay China’s @HainanAirlines plans to begin PEK-LIS service, will connect to @azulinhasaereas network, says Azul CEO David Neeleman.

Today’s Video Picks:

Amadeus Digital Leaders Forum 2016 Highlights

GE90 – Lube & Scavenge Pump R&I – GE Aviation Maintenance Minute

Ryanair 2 nuove rotte da Milano Bergamo, G. Belladone Sales & Marketing Ryanair

Vietnam Airlines – Change to Reach Further

World Air Transport Statistics (WATS)

0/20 aviation rule may effectively become 3/20: KPMG India


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