Published on July 25th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/07/2016

Aircraft Update:

EI-FWD Sukhoi RRJ95 c/n 95111 Cityjet Ferried Zhukovsky International-Venice Marco Polo 22/07/16 for cabin config & paint.

EI-XLM Boeing 747-412 c/n 28028 Rossiya Ferried Teruel-Dubai World Central-Xiamen Gaoqi International 22/07/16 for cabin config & paint.

PT-MZE Airbus A319-132 c/n 1103 TAM Ferried Tancredo Neves International-Amílcar Cabral International-Shannon 22/23-07/16.

Global Aviation News:

American Airlines: Europe routes have overcapacity

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ANA Part Of Boeing MOM Aircraft Focus Group

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Changi to get much-needed lift with SIA ready to expand again

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Cyprus sees record passenger numbers in 2015; Blue Air, Ryanair and newcomer Cobalt operate bases after collapse of Cyprus Airways

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easyJet 3Q profit fall and IAG, Lufthansa profit warnings suggest a tipping point

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Easyjet returns to sale and leasebacks with 25-unit RFP

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Fastjet gets new share issue

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Hainan Airlines takes 23% stake in TAP Portugal

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Kenya: Partner Firm Caught in Row Over Control of KQ Routes

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Lowcost Travel losses could top £75 million

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Malaysia Airlines new widebody strategy: A350s replace A380s, additional A330ceos & premium economy

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Swiss displays consistent shorthaul business class surprises

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The Man With the Plan for a Likable TSA

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Vanilla Air launches Taipei 5th freedom base, becoming first major Japanese LCC in SE Asia

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Wide-Bodies’ Luster Is Tarnished as American Defers Airbus Jets

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Irish Aviation News:

Aergo Capital buys nine aircraft

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Belfast ‘engine room’ of tourism as city welcomes 1.36m visitors

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh Flying high with full force of change

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Jim Gavin: the Dublin footballer manager and pilot on living the high life

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Keeping tabs on costs at booming Dublin Airport

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RAF Red Arrows draw 90,000 to Bray Air Display

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Ryanair adds more flights for Austrian World Cup qualifier

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The daa should ‘reconsider’ bid to axe conditions

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£2.5m retail and fuel facility for Belfast International Airport

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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:

@airkarp Alaska Air Group CFO Brandon Pedersen: Financing for Virgin America acquisition already secured with low all-in interest rates.

@airkarp CEO Brad Tilden: Alaska Airlines brand definitely staying post merger; decision on Virgin America brand’s future to be made in early 2017.

@airkarp CEO Oscar Munoz: United’s ‘top to bottom’ review includes management structure, product offerings, capacity & network planning.

@e_russell “We’re going to be guiding to RASM on a going forward basis,” says @AmericanAir pres Kirby on switch to RASM from PRASM.

@e_russell “The direct impact, I think, will be positive,” says @AmericanAir on #Brexit, citing jump in biz travel across the Atlantic.

Today’s Videos Picks:

American Airlines Reports Second Quarter Earnings Matching Wall Street’s Estimates

Congratulations Boeing | Boeing Centennial | Emirates Airline

Dublin airport preclearance lounge, July 21 2016

First Half-year 2016 Results – Dassault Aviation

Malaysia Aviation ‘Most Favored’ in Asean: Nomura

Vietnam Airlines – Premium Class Experience


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