Published on June 20th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/06/2016

Aircraft Update:

A7-LAB Airbus A320-214 c/n 6467 Qatar Airways Ferried Doha-Bucharest Henri Coandă International-Shannon 13/06/16 for paint into standard colours.

A7-LAC Airbus A320-214 c/n 6494 Qatar Airways Ferried Doha-Bucharest Henri Coandă International-Shannon 13/06/16 for paint into standard colours.

N278HE Boeing 737-341(F) c/n 24278 GECAS Ferried Greenwood–Leflore-Orlando-Grantley Adams International on delivery ex B-5047.

Global Aviation News:

American Airlines Falls to 20-Month Low After BofA Says Sell

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Biggest U.S. Airlines Miss Cheapest Jet Fuel Prices in 12 Years

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Canada to introduce new regulations limiting flight crew hours

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Crowdfunded startup airline POP aims for UK Indian diaspora

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Embraer delivers training jet to Etihad

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Eurowings must grow quickly to survive 

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European Authorities Set Up Conflict-Zone Intelligence-Sharing System for Airlines

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Hawaiian says Australian market softer

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Hong Kong Airlines and HK Express – complex segmentation as they overlap on Hong Kong-Japan routes

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How Have Airlines’ Stocks Performed Year-to-Date in 2016?

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IATA: No board seat envisaged in Qatar’s IAG investment strategy

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M&A Africa: 5 Global Airlines Interested In Acquiring Struggling Kenya Airways

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SAS: 2Q losses widen after six quarters of improving results. LCCs & SAS growth depress unit revenue

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Struggling Brazilian LCC Gol places its financial fate in the hands of bondholders

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The US Big 3 work to preserve their unit cost performance as labour talks heat up

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Why U.S. Airlines Should Ignore Shareholders Now for Long-Term Innovation

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus has ‘bolstered’ IAG as Walsh dismisses Brexit threat

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Bombardier’s CSeries plane given regulatory approval

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Eirtech Aviation Launches New Composites Division

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EU move opens way for Cork-Boston flights

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GainJet gets Irish AOC

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Full Line-up unveiled for Best Ever, Two-day Bray Air Display, 23rd & 24th July 2016

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Irish splash €1 billion on holidays in three months, but there’s a problem

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2,500 take part in midnight runway event

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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 Dual-brands have not worked for US carriers before. Delta (Express+Song), US Airways (Metrojet), United (Shuttle+Ted), Southwest (TranStar).

@e_russell  .@united is scheduled to take A350-1000s from 2018.

@ghimlay .@AmericanAir CEO Doug Parker says no plans to acquire new 100-seater aircraft, even as it phases out E190s.

@GlobeTrotScott Brad Tilden @AlaskaAir CEO’s message 2 @JetBlue: Thanks “for being such a skilled negotiator & making sure we paid top $ for @VirginAmerica”. 

@winglets747  Because of AF-KLM-Delta joint-venture, Alitalia cannot open new North America routes without their approval.

Today’s Video Picks:

Adding Orange For a Touch of Dutch

Big Metal Bird Episode 8 Teaser: Turbulence

Father becomes marshaller at son’s last flight

Flexjet’s Legacy 500 Makes Its First Flight into London City Airport After Certification

United – Introducing Polaris International Business Class


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