Published on August 25th, 2016 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/08/2016

Aircraft Update:

EI-DGU Airbus A300B4-622R(F) c/n 557 ASL Airlines  Noted under tow from Eirtech Aviation paint hangar to Atlantic Aviation Group hangar 23/08/16 in full EAT Leipzig/DHL colours.

EI-OZL  Airbus A300B4-622R(F) c/n 717 ASL Airlines  Departed Eirtech Aviation paint hangar 23/08/16 in full EAT Leipzig/DHL colours arrived 05/08/16.

EI-OZM  Airbus A300B4-622R(F) c/n 722 ASL Airlines To Eirtech Aviation paint hangar 23/08/16 in all white colours.

Global Aviation News:

American Airlines retires 20 MD-80s in one day

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Boeing: The Big Picture

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Condor demand drops 10% on European geopolitical climate

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Delta’s Heathrow move shows power of joint ventures over alliances

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Delta and Virgin Atlantic to fully co-locate at Heathrow Terminal 3

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ENAC implements regulation on non-scheduled air transport outside European Union

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Emirates “facing difficulties” releasing blocked African funds

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Etihad investment in Air Serbia is EU-compliant

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Fewer European tourists travel to Norway

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FlightGlobal, Diio and FlightStats create powerhouse in air travel data analytics

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Norwegian Air Says It Backs Unions; Flight Attendant Leader Says “That’s Hilarious.”

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Private Jet Operator Gestair’s Owners Said to Consider Sale

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Qantas posts record $1.53 billion full-year profit

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Qantas Group says Qantas 787 flights to be on sale before Christmas; introduction in 2017

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The 10 best African airlines

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Ukraine International Airlines progresses with fleet renewal

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Irish Aviation News:

Alan Joyce’s turnaround programme delivers record annual profits at Qantas

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Ascend Aero – IFE Newsletter 22 August 

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Charity partner for north’s air ambulance service confirmed

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CIT Aerospace Signs 39 Agreements Related to the Lease of Commercial Aircraft and Delivers 26 Aircraft in Q2 2016

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Comment: Stobart, CityJet deal could create ‘third force’ in Irish Aviation

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Finnair to boost Dublin-Helsinki flights from 2017

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Start-up Coindrum close to signing deals as losses rise

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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 22 August 2016: 

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 22-08-16: 

‘Nancy Corrigan – Sky Blazer’ to be screened at Chagrin Documentary Film Festival:

Tweets of the day:

@jonostrower Singapore has 19 A380s in their fleet. What happens to those aircraft after they leave SIA will determine if the superjumbo survives.

@WeAreALPA We all know that if the @USDOT grants NAI its certificate to fly into the U.S., it will trigger the decimation of our industry. #DenyNAI.

@winglets747  Cathay Pacific ends 747 pax flights on 1 Oct, but final 747 flight will be CX8747 sightseeing 8 Oct on B-HUJ.

@winglets747 Final Cathay 747 pax flight to be flown by B-HUJ, last pax 747 for Cathay, first to fly transpolar non-stop, first to land at Chek Lap Kok.

@winglets747 Cathay Pacific expects its final three passenger 747-400s to be salvaged for parts and then broken down.

‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

Delta, National Flight Academy cultivate students’ passion for aviation

Flying from Donegal Airport to Weston

Flying to Las Vegas on the Embraer Lineage 1000 Business Jet – AINtv

HondaJet HA-420 Receives FAA Type Certification – AINtv

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce: I’m Excited About the Future for Qantas


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