Published on September 6th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 06/09/2016

Aircraft Update:

D-AIZJ Airbus A320-214 c/n 4449 Lufthansa Airtest from Lufthansa Technik hangar 03/09/16.

N910FD Boeing 757-236(SF) c/n 25054 FedEx Airtest from Lufthansa Technik hangar 31/08/16.

OY-SRP  Boeing 767-232(SF) c/n 22220 Stat Air To Atlantic Aviation Group hangar 01/09/16.

Global Aviation News:

Air Astana Part 2: Kazakhstan flag carrier to accelerate expansion, adopt single hub, pursue IPO

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Behind the scenes at American Airlines’ O’Hare hub

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Cebu Pacific Air to deploy additional A330s on regional routes, delaying long haul network expansion

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Chinese Skip Swiss Holidays in Wake of Terror in Europe

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China Southern Airlines deflects yield pressure concerns. Long haul focus shifts to North America

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China Southern Airlines fleet reaches 700, targets 1000 aircraft in 2020

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La Compagnie: the business-class transatlantic airline closes its London-New York route

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Mavcom urged to resolve disparity in Klia, Klia2 airport tax

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New Orders Show Latin American Rotorcraft Market Still Alive, Says Bell

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New value Guide: A look at A320, 737

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Safi Airways operations suspended due to AFN 1.15 billion outstanding debts

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Southwest’s Strained Labor Relations Reflect Business Model Changes

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Irish Aviation News:

Cork Airport’s boss plans to conquer Canada – once Norwegian Air finally gets off the ground

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“It’s not the kind of job you can do if you don’t like getting up at night” – a day in the life of a Coast Guard pilot

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Irish Low-cost Carrier Ryanair Files Petition against Bulgaria in European Commission

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It will be aviation’s greatest turnaround, says new Malaysia Airlines CEO Peter Bellview 

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Lufthansa appoint new Senior Director of Sales for the UK, Ireland and Iceland

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Ryanair doesn’t rule out tech acquisitions

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Ryanair enters Serbian market

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Ryanair further expands Berlin Schoenefeld base

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Shannon faces fewer British Airways and Kuwait stopovers

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State’s €335m Aer Lingus windfall still lying idle

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Travel entrepreneur Mary McKenna marks a very significant birthday

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Wizz Air, Adria Airways, Ryanair eye flights from Albania’s Kukes – report

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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 5 September 2016:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 05-09-16: 

Tweets of the day:

@airkarp FAA estimates there could be as many as 600,000 UAVs used commercially during 1st year after small-unmanned aircraft rule is implemented.

@Airlineroute  Azerbaijan Airlines schedules one-time A340-500 Baku – Paris Le Bourget route on 15SEP16.

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

‏@TheHUBRoutes UK ACMI provider Titan Airways looks at introduction of #Airbus A319 and #A330 in spring 2017, reports #RoutesNews.

‏@winglets747 Air France to announce new “Trust Together” plan to unite labour & management. Nice warm fuzzy feelings, but trust must equal win & growth.

‏‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

Effects of Recession on the Aviation Industry

E-Jets: Changing the Way the World Flies HD

Labace 2016

Sneak Peek: Peter Bellew, MAS CEO

Turkish Airlines “Invest in Turkey” A330 visit Dublin Airport


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