Published on July 5th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 05/07/2016
D-ABUO Boeing 767-3Q8 c/n 29387 Condor Delivered Beijing Capital International-Frankfurt 01/07/16 ex EI-RUY.
EI-RJB RJ85 c/n 2330 Cityjet Registration cancelled 29/06/16 prior delivery to Aero-Flite and fire bomber conversion to become N635AC.
EI-TVG Boeing 737-7ZF(BBJ) c/n 60406 Hansel Jet Ireland Re-Registered 30/06/16 parked at Perpignan–Rivesaltes Airport ex LY-TVG.
N7874B Boeing 737-7Q8 c/n 29352 Southwest Airlines Delivered Paine Field-Phoneix 30/06/16 ex EI-EUX.
Global Aviation News:
Airline Partnerships That Are Changing the Way You Travel
Airport’s own airline could soon launch from Southend
Armenia negotiating with international low-cost airlines to attract them to local market
Austrian Airlines to cancel 300 flights in July, August amid pilot shortage
Boeing: Deferral Of Boeing 737MAX By Southwest Is Not A Bad Thing
Boeing honing designs for new mid-range plane between 737 and 787
Boeing says potential market could be huge for its first new passenger jet since Dreamliner
CAA steps in to protect holidaymakers after Turkey-specialist travel company collapses
Emirates hires the top gun when it comes to airlines in crisis
Flybe Is An Intriguing Turnaround Story With An EV/EBITDA Ratio Of Less Than 1
How Brexit could be a boon for tourists headed to the UK
IAG’s ‘buy’ rating reiterated but target price cut by UBS
JetBlue’s boss worried about next US president
Lufthansa’s Eurowings eyes Munich routes – executive
Lufthansa finally buries hatchet with cabin staff
Irish Aviation News:
Airlines counting the Brexit cost may opt for Ireland
American Airlines Cargo expands seasonal cargo service out of Ireland
Ascend Aero Helicopter Newsletter 4 July
Ascend Aero IFE Newsletter 4 July
Belfast International Airport ready for ‘a summer like no other’
Dermot Mannion, Former Deputy Chairman, Royal Brunei Airlines (RB): Interview
Hainan Airlines eyes Dublin route
Low-cost airline announces flights from Dublin to New York from €129pp
Ryanair appoints Diarmuid Ó Conghaile as Director of Public Affairs
TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement: Irish leasing company delivers Africa’s first A350
Read more: http://eepurl.com/b8qsif
3 Aviation Events starting week of 11 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
First Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) registered in Ireland: http://bit.ly/29arbku
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 July 2016: http://bit.ly/29h5mpo
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 04-07-16: http://bit.ly/29I9fPP
Tweets of the day:
@Grandpois I understand now why US opposes @Fly_Norwegian, It is very good! as per @emirates et al example, the US airlines fear good competition.
@jonostrower A 737 Max 10X also on the table: Up to 250 seats, modified wings, big 33k Leap & new gear. Boeing could do both.
@jonostrower First 737 Max for Lion Air coming through Renton. Also, Boeing building Max in-line with NGs.
@jonostrower What is Boeing’s NMA (today)? 7-abreast, 200-270 seats, CFRP wing, two 40k-ish GE/RR/PWs & a 4,800-5,000nm range.
@winglets747 Pakistan International Airlines COO: “Some passengers started missing their flights once PIA became more punctual.”
@Winglets747 Three airlines in Pakistan collectively have only 70 aircraft. Population of Pakistan? 200 million.
Today’s Videos Picks:
Luxury travellers are top of mind for Middle East Airlines
Philip Scruggs Interviewed at delivery of Ethiopian A350
Philip Scruggs on the advantages of leasing aircraft rather than purchasing
Tewolde GebreMariam Historic Airbus decision June 28 2016
Tewolde GebreMariam A350 routes June 28 2016
10,000,000th Passenger at Ireland West Airport