Published on June 28th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 28/06/2016
N7875A Boeing 737-7Q8 c/n 29354 Southwest Airlines Delivered Paine Field-Phoneix 24/06/16 ex EI-EUY.
Global Aviation News:
African carriers are “getting cheated” by codeshare agreements
African Governments urged to stop using airlines as personal play things
Alaska Air Group and Virgin: Running two brands is a growing trend. Working them is the hard bit
Argentine Airline CEO Steps Out Of Frying Pan, Into The Fire
Brexit presents opportunity for UAE airlines
Brexit up in the air: implications for aviation as the UK votes to leave the European Union
“Chinese investors in Europe’s airports 2016”: Europe is in favour again. A CAPA report
EasyJet Drops After Joining IAG in Paring Outlook on Brexit Vote
Eurowings Europe launches operations
IATA warns UK air passengers could decline 3%-5% by 2020
Inside the Strategy Summit – Key Quotes
LATAM’s senior VP: Airline brand soars after merger
Spirit Airlines makes some progress in operations, but still lags its peers in key metrics
TUI Says Brexit to Hit Profit, Not Travel Patterns
Irish Aviation News:
‘Brexit’ Bookings Strong But Fares Lower, Says Ryanair
Christoph Mueller is Chief Transformation Officer at Emirates [German]
Council could learn from David McGowan
Danish Air Transport to operate CityJet flights between Antwerp and London City from 1st July using ATR42
Ethiopian intend to expand Dublin services to Addis and Los Angeles
ITAA President Cormac Meehan: Cross border travel bookings an issue
Read more: http://www.travelextra.ie/3587-2/
Most powerful man in US inbound tourism endorses NAI’s road-blocked Irish routes
Read more: http://www.travelextra.ie/3532-2/
Parrallel runway will REDUCE Dublin night flights from 100 to 65
Ryanair urges European Commission to stop French strikes as it cancels 166 flights
7 Aviation Events starting week of 4 July on Ascend Aero’s Complete Guide to Aerospace Conferences & Events
Read more: http://www.ascendaero.com/events/
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Dublin Aerospace Awarded Airbus Belgua APU contract : http://bit.ly/28YD55W
Dublin Aerospace wins 5 year multi-million dollar landing gear contract with AirAsia : http://bit.ly/28Wb6oo
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 15 June 2016: http://bit.ly/1UzHqYK
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 June 2016 : http://bit.ly/28MsHfa
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 15-06-16: http://bit.ly/28Fj8qm
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 20-06-16 : http://bit.ly/28K2jU0
Tweets of the day:
@banthamed Reduce African aviation taxation to $20/$25 per person urges @AfricanAirlines sec gen. #RoutesAfrica.
@BBCPolitics “We need to be looking to the world, not just Europe for our growth in the future” Heathrow Airport boss to @bbchuw.
@Oliver__Clark Break up of Europe post-Brexit would weaken case for African liberalisation says AFRAA’s Elijah Chingosho #RoutesAfrica.
@TheHUBRoutes David Stroud, @ASM_Ltd: “There’s not one perfect data set, we need sharing of data between countries to prove route cases”. #RoutesAfrica.
@TheHUBRoutes No surprise @DubaiAirports is largest connecting point for indirect international traffic into #Africa, reports @ASM_Ltd at #RoutesAfrica.
@TheHUBRoutes Johannesburg – London is largest indirect market in/out of Africa ~130,000 indirect pax last year – Tony Griffin, @ASM_Ltd #RoutesAfrica.
@TheHUBRoutes “You need a considerable lead time if you want to start working with tour operators” – Richard Bodin, CCO of LCC @fastjet at #RoutesAfrica.
Today’s Video Picks:
Aviation This Week – June 24, 2016
‘Near death experience’: Singapore Airlines jet bursts into flames on emergency landing
Remain Supporter Ryanair Watching Developments After Brexit Vote
Tourism Ireland CEO on Brexit