Published on July 27th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 27/07/2016

Aircraft Update:

A4O-BAA Boeing 737-81M c/n 60391 Oman Air Delivered Boeing Field-Keflavik-Dublin 25-26/07/16.

N638CS Boeing 737-3Y0 c/n 24770 GECAS Ferried Naples-Tirana-Malta 25/07/16 ex 5H-PAZ.

PT-MZE Airbus A319-132 c/n 1103 TAM Ferried Shannon-Kemble 26/07/16 for part-out & scrap.

Global Aviation News:

Air Berlin May Divest Leisure Business, Focus On Hub-and-Spoke

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American, Delta, United Approach UK Travel Differently After Brexit Vote

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Boeing forecasts 2.1 million pilots, technicians, crew needed by 2035

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EasyJet to recruit over 1,200 cabin crew

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Etihad Aviation Group and Partners will Support 108,000 Jobs in the USA and Contribute US$10.7 Billion to National Economy in 2016

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JetBlue Considers Adding Routes to Europe

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JetBlue hints at transatlantic flights as it boosts A321 order

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NewLeaf Travel Company Takes to the Skies

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Preclearance at Foreign Airports Seen as a Necessity to Fight Terrorism

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Thai Airways plans to resume direct flights to US next year

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The world’s most-loved airlines on TripAdvisor

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Victory for Gulf airlines as US government ends Open Skies row with no further action

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Irish Aviation News:

Ascend Aero Helicopter Newsletter 26 July

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Ascend Aero IFE Newsletter 26 July 

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Boeing 767 Shipped by Barge

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Daa Must Rethink Runway Appeal

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Dublin Airport implements self-service solutions from Rockwell Collins

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Exclusive Look at The Big Travel Trade Event 2016 Highlights

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FLY Leasing Acquires Five Aircraft

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Ryanair CEO says if was offered extra 737 planes at distressed prices, would consider opportunistically 

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Ryanair: profits are still growing, up 12%, “prepared for signs of a market slowdown or recession”

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Ryanair ready for price war and has its sights set on expansion

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Ten new jobs at Shannon aviation company

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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:

‏@AirlineFlyer .@jetblue starts taking A321neo deliveries in 2020 and can swap to the A321LR. JetBlue hinting at TATL fights, too.

@e_russell The new US-Mexico air transport agreement entered into force on Friday. Removes air service restrictions between the 2 countries.

@jonostrower For those of you keeping track, 787 test aircraft ZA001, 2, 3, 4 & 5 cost Boeing an average of $740 million each to develop.

@jonostrower MORE: Boeing pre-tax charges near $3 billion, incl. $1.2 bn on 787 & 747-8 each. KC-46 overruns now to $2 bn.

@winglets747 Air China has applied for 4x weekly Beijing-Warsaw A330-200 flights. First Chinese airline in Poland. LOT operates  3x weekly Beijing-Warsaw.

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