Published on September 1st, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/09/2016

Aircraft Update:

EI-FNG Airbus A330-302 c/n 1742 Aer Lingus Delivered Toulouse-Dublin 31/08/16 ex F-WWYM.

EI-OVB Airbus A321-211 c/n 6756 Aeroflot Ferried Shannon-Vilnius 30/08/16 to become VP-BEG.

EI-SVX Airbus A321-211 c/n 6817 Aeroflot Ferried Cambridge-Vilnius 30/08/16 to become VP-BES.

LN-RPN Boeing 737-883 c/n 30470 SAS Airlines To Lufthansa Technik hangar 28/08/16

Global Aviation News:

Alitalia Continues Chase for Air Malta Acquisition

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AirAsia Builds Kuala Lumpur Transit Traffic

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ANA to Replace Some Rolls-Royce Engines on Boeing Dreamliners

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Boeing Co Will Not Increase Aircraft Prices on Lurking Demand

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Brexit follow-up Part 3: Gulf airlines, Turkish lose UK ally in M/E talks as protectionism spreads

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Cathay Pacific A350s have flown close to 400 revenue sectors so far

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DFW Airport tweaking incentives to lure more international flights seeks Dublin route

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First charters will fly to Turkey on Sept. 3 – aviation authority

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Gol nears the end of a crucial debt overhaul, but challenges in Brazil still loom large

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How should Airlines harness the power of emerging technologies to re-define air travel

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LATAM becomes first to receive A320neo in the Americas

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Thai Airways International takes first A350 XWB

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The Changing Face of Accelerators, the Travel Industry and Startup Opportunities

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Tourism stakeholders get update on Thomas Cook Airlines

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US airlines hold tense contract talks: straining labour relations as pilots demand market pay rates

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WestJet and British Airways will end codeshare agreement in mid-October

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Irish Aviation News:

Air travel accounts for 41% of complaints to consumer body

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Ascend Aero – IFE Newsletter 29 August

Jet blast blew over site workers at Dublin Airport

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More routes jetting off from Belfast


Norwegian Air International (NAI) clouds open skies

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Passengers injured after jet hit turbulence

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Ryanair boss calls for three new London runways

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Ryanair: Brussels – Grenoble this winter [French]

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Ryanair cabin staff supplier Crewlink returns to profit

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Ryanair to open IT centre and airdock in Poland, hire 270 people

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Sandefjord Airport Torp reopens the route from Torp to London Stansted [Norwegian]

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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 22 August 2016: 

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 August 2016: 

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 22-08-16: 

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 29-08-16: 

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

Waypoint’s Lease deal paves entry into Canadian HEMS Market: 

Tweets of the day:

@Airlineroute Cathay Pacific moves forward A350 debut on Auckland route to 27OCT16. Last CX long-haul A340 now scheduled from AKL on 27OCT16.

@Airlineroute Previously reported, THAI to debut its new A350 on Bangkok – Chiang Mai route on 04SEP16, followed by Phuket.

@hharteveldt You can buy a retired 747-400 for less than the cost of a typical #SF 1 BR condo.

@KianiKress German Travel Association cancels annual meeting in Turkey on low attendance due to fear on political conditions/terror, new location Berlin.

@SteveAikenUUP Removing APD&build proper access rd would help @BelfastAirport really be competitive @ClodaghLRice @SouthAntrimUUP.

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