Published on July 27th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 27/07/2016
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
American, Delta, United Approach UK Travel Differently After Brexit Vote
Boeing forecasts 2.1 million pilots, technicians, crew needed by 2035
EasyJet to recruit over 1,200 cabin crew
Etihad Aviation Group and Partners will Support 108,000 Jobs in the USA and Contribute US$10.7 Billion to National Economy in 2016
JetBlue Considers Adding Routes to Europe
JetBlue hints at transatlantic flights as it boosts A321 order
NewLeaf Travel Company Takes to the Skies
Preclearance at Foreign Airports Seen as a Necessity to Fight Terrorism
Thai Airways plans to resume direct flights to US next year
The world’s most-loved airlines on TripAdvisor
Victory for Gulf airlines as US government ends Open Skies row with no further action
Irish Aviation News:
Ascend Aero Helicopter Newsletter 26 July
Ascend Aero IFE Newsletter 26 July
Boeing 767 Shipped by Barge
Daa Must Rethink Runway Appeal
Dublin Airport implements self-service solutions from Rockwell Collins
Exclusive Look at The Big Travel Trade Event 2016 Highlights
FLY Leasing Acquires Five Aircraft
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/30171
Ryanair CEO says if was offered extra 737 planes at distressed prices, would consider opportunistically
Read more: http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSS8N18U01J
Ryanair: profits are still growing, up 12%, “prepared for signs of a market slowdown or recession”
Ryanair ready for price war and has its sights set on expansion
Ten new jobs at Shannon aviation company
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:
@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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