Published on July 22nd, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 22/07/2016

Aircraft Update:

LN-RGK  Boeing 737-683 c/n 28313 SAS Airlines To Lufthansa Technik hangar 20/06/16.

Global Aviation News:

ATAG: Air transport supports nearly 63m jobs, USD2.7 trillion in global GDP.

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China’s secondary airlines plan long haul growth: 17 Chinese airlines to have widebody aircraft

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Delta Gets New Tokyo Route as Haneda Flights Move to Daytime

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EasyJet Revenue Slides as Terrorism, Brexit Depresses Fares

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How You Can Book Etihad’s Insane First-Class “Apartments” With Miles

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jetBlue may return to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Intl to stimulate competition in a changed market

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Lufthansa Issues Profit Warning Following Recent Terror Attacks

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New York’s $8 Billion Airport Still Won’t Get You to L.A.

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Passengers would pay $8 per hour to shorten long haul travel

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Singapore Airlines to switch Houston stopover from Moscow to Manchester

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SriLankan Airlines seeks strategic investor

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United CEO vows top to bottom review of business from hubs to routes

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WestJet’s 767 operational problems cloud a significant low cost long haul revenue opportunity

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Yakutia Airlines the First to Operate Split Scimitar® Winglets in Russian Federation

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Irish Aviation News:

Agri Aware launches CAP communication campaign in Dublin Airport

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Bray Air Display takes place this weekend

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Casement Humanitarian Day 2016 Wednesday August 3rd (Free Event) 


Controlling Ireland’s skies


Dublin’s Irelandia Aviation takes majority control of VivaColombia

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Dublin Airport Runway 10/28 Overlay Work

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Dublin Airport Welcomes 100,000 Passengers In A Single Day

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Eirtech Aviation ‘Passenger USB Power System’ Selected by Privilege Style for B757 and B767 Aircraft

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Passenger Numbers Up 13% In First Six Months At Dublin Airport

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Ryanair’s ancillary revenue hits record level

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Ryanair Launches Birmingham Summer 2017 Schedule

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Ryanair Launches New Bristol Route To Venice Marco Polo

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SMBC debut bond eight times over subscribed – lessor boss

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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Emirates Airlines 121st Boeing 777 visits Dublin Airport: 

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 21 July 2016 :

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 21-07-16:

Tweets of the day:

@aschonland #Superjet CEO tells us the SSJ for #CityJet will have winglets from #Sukhoi in 2017.

@DublinAirport Amsterdam is our busiest continental European route.Passenger numbers have increased by 75% -V- 2015 figures #Travel.

@DublinAirport Budapest is proving to be a very popular destination this year with passenger numbers up by 20% over 2015.

@DublinAirport Dublin-London is Europe’s busiest international air corridor. Passenger numbers have increased by 7% over 2015.

@DublinAirport More than 848,000 passengers took flights to and from the UK in June 2016, up 13% on the same month last year. #Travel.

@DublinAirport New York is our busiest transatlantic route with a 6% increase in passenger numbers over 2015. #BigApple.

Today’s Videos Picks:

A VistaJet Pilot’s Perspective on Global business jets

Dublin Airport Timelapse

Fijian Civil Aviation Minister hosts Pacific Aviation Ministers Meeting.

Frecce Tricolori Flypast over Dublin

Southwest Airlines Computer Glitch Causes Massive Delays

Today’s Buisness: Nigeria’s Aviation Sector Flight Delays, Increased Fare

Welcoming ceremony of the new Airbus A350 XWB of Ethiopian Airlines at BIA


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