Published on August 19th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 19/08/2016
EI-DGU Airbus A300B4-622R(F) c/n 557 EAT Leipzig Rolled out of Atlantic Aviation Group hangar 16/08/16 in Bare metal colours and towed to Eirtech Aviation for painting into full EAT Leipzig/DHL colours.
EI-OZL Airbus A300B4-622R(F) c/n 717 EAT Leipzig Rolled out of Eirtech Aviation paint hangar 17/08/16 in full EAT Leipzig/DHL colours and towed to Atlantic Aviation Group hangar.
LN-TUA Boeing 737-705 c/n 28211 SAS Airlines Departed Lufthansa Technik hangar 17/08/16 arrived 26/07/16.
2-ATTE Airbus A319-112 c/n 1018 AerCap Ferried Sharjah-Heraklion-Dublin 18/08/16 ex YA-TTE.
Global Aviation News:
American tells DOT it will fly to Haneda and Narita if awarded slot
Airline Association hopes to reduce “unreasonable” airline taxes
A4A: Airlines Edge Closer to Average Corporate Profitability
Canada Jetlines seeks home for low-cost carrier hub, government approval on investment
Changi awards $1.11b contract for three-runway operations
Chinese Buyers Push Into Global Plane-Leasing Market
Chinese Airlines Wave Wads of Cash to Lure Foreign Pilots
CIT Gains After Aircraft Unit Bids Reported to Top $4 Billion
FRA turns 80: From grass airstrip to global aviation hub
Indonesia to Allow Private Jets to Fly to More Airports in Indonesia
Jet Airways defers Boeing 787 induction
LATAM Airlines Group faces bigger challenges outside Brazil, as competitors in Peru and Chile attack
Low-cost airlines bet on data to drive profit
Pegasus Airlines: FY operating loss now likely after more red ink in 2Q. Capacity growth slows
Scoot selects Athens as first route in Europe; head to head against intense Gulf competition
To Improve Foundation Customer Experience, Airlines Should Look To Operations
Visitor levy unlikely to put people off coming to New Zealand
World’s largest aircraft the Airlander makes maiden flight in UK
787’s efficiency, range allows airlines to better use hubs
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus flying high after hitting transatlantic milestone
Ascend Aero – IFE Newsletter 15 August
Collinson Group selects MTT to support its digital strategy for airport lounge access
Flybe announces Doncaster Sheffield to Dublin route
GKN Aerospace wins Global 7000 and 8000 contract
Payouts to top managers at aircraft leasing firm SMBC doubles to €25.5m
Ryanair Takes 10 Planes to Italy Instead of U.K. After EU Vote
Shannon Airport flying to another award ceremony
Sinn Féin backs transatlantic air route rescue package
Special Olympics Chosen As Aer Lingus Charity
State-of-the-art new fire engine for Cork Airport
Read more: http://westcorktimes.com/home/archives/37555
United getting effective €161 per ticket subsidy on Belfast-US service
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 10 August 2016: http://bit.ly/2aGkrfe
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 10-08-16: http://bit.ly/2aMm6kT
Tweets of the day:
@AlexInAir Becoming more ‘Ryanair’ by the day – the UK’s flag carrier, British Airways.
@AlexInAir Shanghai’s main airports #Pudong & #Hongqiao have become the latest airports to introduce security checkpoints at the entrance to terminals.
@Airlineroute Kuwait Airways increasing KU117/118 New York JFK service from 3 to 6 weekly from 30OCT16, 7 weekly from 18DEC16.
@e_russell Avolon, Ping An, Century Tokyo and Aircastle all reportedly bidding on CIT Aerospace, reports @dougcameron.
@hharteveldt Wowza: Chinese #airlines paying >$300K/year to attract foreign #pilots due to pilot shortage.
Today’s Videos Picks:
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Low-cost Airlines New Customer Loyalty Databases
O’Leary (Ryanair): “Investimento di un miliardo di dollari in Italia”
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