Published on July 26th, 2016 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 26/07/2016
A7-AFL Airbus A3A30-202 c/n 612 Eurowings Ferried Dublin-Doha 25/07/16 after painting prior delivery to become D-AXGE.
N910FD Boeing 757-236(SF) c/n 25054 FedEx To Lufthansa Technik hangar 24/07/16.
Global Aviation News:
African airlines ‘should dominate continent’s air space’
Budget carriers seek longer routes as local markets saturate
China’s Tianjin Airlines to expand long-haul fleet
Czech Airlines predicts full-year profit
Dearth of wide-body order hang over Airbus, Boeing
Farnborough redefines the MOM sector
Mexico-US transborder airline market Part 1: Interjet and Volaris capitalise on new US opportunities
Mexico-US transborder airline market Part 2: Controversy surrounds the proposed Aeromexico-Delta JV
Spain aviation and LCCs: 2016 traffic above pre-crisis levels, but capacity surplus unsustainable
TAAG Angola Airlines partners with Emirates to expand despite difficult market conditions
The big divide between airlines & Wall Street: PRASM
Tough times lie ahead for Europe’s airlines
Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Announces Closing of US$0.7 Billion New Credit Facility
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/30153
Cityjet secures Sukhoi Superjet SSJ100 contract to operate three of Finnair’s European routes [Finnish]
Complaints about flight path noise double
Ryanair adopts wait and see approach over Belfast routes after Brexit vote
Ryanair Clings to Profit Target as It Navigates Brexit Turmoil
Ryanair may ditch UK domestic routes as it focuses on growth in Europe
Ryanair says on track for record profit, but Brexit risks linger
Ryanair to focus growth away from UK airports towards Europe
Sky’s the limit for farm drones
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737 Max will be ‘game changer’ for Ryanair costs argues CFO Neil Sorahan
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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Emirates Airlines 121st Boeing 777 visits Dublin Airport: http://bit.ly/29X2Ipg
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 21 July 2016 : http://bit.ly/2a3SxwB
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 21-07-16: http://bit.ly/29OXTNv
Tweets of the day:
@A350_Production It looks like Bulgarian Air will take over the A350s not taken up by SriLankan Airlines. US flts planned.
@aviationirancom Start-up airline Nasim Air has received its first aircraft, a B737-400 from Sriwijaya Air (Indonesia) PK-CKA (24,5 y/o) #Iran.
@Danyal_Gilani PIA negotiating with Srilankan Airlines 4 wet lease of its 4 new A-330s, for PIA’s premier service starting Aug 14.
@DublinAirport With over 106 destinations to choose from @DublinAirport, passenger traffic to & from continental Europe grew by 13% in the first six months.
@DublinAirport This summer 10 airlines are flying 342 flights to & from North America to 11 destinations in the US & four in Canada every week.
Today’s Videos Picks:
Bray Air Display 2016
Brexit clouds in Ryanair’s blue skies?
Captain Ashley Klinger | Pilots of Emirates | Emirates Airline
GE Aviation`s H Series Turboprop with Electronic Engine & Prop Control