Published on June 28th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/06/2016

Aircraft Update:

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

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African Governments urged to stop using airlines as personal play things

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Alaska Air Group and Virgin: Running two brands is a growing trend. Working them is the hard bit

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Argentine Airline CEO Steps Out Of Frying Pan, Into The Fire

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Brexit presents opportunity for UAE airlines

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Brexit up in the air: implications for aviation as the UK votes to leave the European Union

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“Chinese investors in Europe’s airports 2016”: Europe is in favour again. A CAPA report

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EasyJet Drops After Joining IAG in Paring Outlook on Brexit Vote

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Eurowings Europe launches operations

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IATA warns UK air passengers could decline 3%-5% by 2020

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Inside the Strategy Summit – Key Quotes

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LATAM’s senior VP: Airline brand soars after merger

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Spirit Airlines makes some progress in operations, but still lags its peers in key metrics

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TUI Says Brexit to Hit Profit, Not Travel Patterns

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Irish Aviation News:

‘Brexit’ Bookings Strong But Fares Lower, Says Ryanair

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Christoph Mueller is Chief Transformation Officer at Emirates [German]

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Council could learn from David McGowan

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Danish Air Transport to operate CityJet flights between Antwerp and London City from 1st July using ATR42 

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Ethiopian intend to expand Dublin services to Addis and Los Angeles

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ITAA President Cormac Meehan: Cross border travel bookings an issue

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Most powerful man in US inbound tourism endorses NAI’s road-blocked Irish routes

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Parrallel runway will REDUCE Dublin night flights from 100 to 65

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Ryanair urges European Commission to stop French strikes as it cancels 166 flights

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7 Aviation Events starting week of 4 July on Ascend Aero’s Complete Guide to Aerospace Conferences & Events  

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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Dublin Aerospace Awarded Airbus Belgua APU contract :

Dublin Aerospace wins 5 year multi-million dollar landing gear contract with AirAsia :

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 15 June 2016:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 June 2016 :

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 15-06-16:


Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 20-06-16 : 

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

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