Published on September 14th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/09/2016

Aircraft Update:

EI-FMH Airbus A330-343 c/n 1635 Turkish Airlines Ferried Loudres-Zurich 14/09/16 prior delivery.

5B-DCV  Airbus A319-132 c/n 2032 Cobalt Air Rolled out of Eirtech Aviation paint hangar in full colours and towed into old Aer Lingus hangar 09/09/16 ex OE-IEJ.

Global Aviation News:

American, Delta and United’s varying approaches to shareholder rewards & balance sheet management

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Asia aviation outlook: high demand, low fuel, but overcapacity and uncertainty (Brexit) hurt profits

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Boeing Boosts China Plane Demand Outlook as Middle Class Grows

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Boeing Says China To Become First Trillion-dollar Market

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Copenhagen Airport has massive capacity problems

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Copa Airlines sees positive trends for Latin American demand. A full recovery remains distant

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Flybe: Overcoming Turbulent Times

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France’s Twin Jet Takes Over Smaller Hex’Air

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GE Names Aviation Chief as Vice Chairman in Nod to Aerospace

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Heathrow commits to ‘quicker and cheaper’ expansion

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Indian aviation market to grow to about 600 million passengers annually: Jayant Sinha

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Vietnam Airlines readies to enter US market, with Ho Chi Minh-LAX, following A350-900 HGW order

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30-Second Interview – Bjørn Kjos, CEO, Norwegian

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Irish Aviation News:

Aircastle Delivers Airbus A330-200 to Aerolíneas Argentinas

Airport takes off as Cork flights are up 24%

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Babcock wins Northern Ireland air ambulance deal

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EI-FRY Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair First Flight

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Emirates chief admits he’s no plans for direct Belfast to Dubai flight  

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Emirates eyes Cork as future optimistic

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From basement kitchen to world’s largest duty free

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Helicopter and train will draw worldwide attention to Sligo

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LSG and Dublin based RiM still studying integration opportunities

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Michael O’Leary: Impasse on Cork flights to US is shameful

Ryanair expands in Manchester

Ryanair acquires former Shanghai Airlines Boeing 737-700 for Bergamo training base [Italian]

Ryanair to takeoff Faro and Stansted routes from City of Derry Airport next April

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‘Sinn Fein stubbornness grounds Maze aviation open day’

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“Sully” movie flies high, especially for one Irish American family

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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:

@JP_Biz Dublin Airport has been treated as a strategic national asset. Belfast International was privatized in a deal criticized by the Audit Office.

@JP_Biz Stormont debating rail link to Int Airport. Dept of Infra said 2yrs ago not viable unless airport has 10m passengers.

@julianoneill via @BBCRadioFoyle : @CoDerryAirport “extremely disappointing” that @Ryanair is axing London Stanstead route next year.

@KianiKress .@airberlin loses CFO wo goes Nonaviation, New Master of figures from sister #airserbia, and before – no surprise – @EtihadAirways.

@KianiKress  August traffic @lufthansa growth at @eurowings @FlySWISS not enough to stop group shirinking, mainly on less traffic from asia.

@KianiKress  Bloodbath at Bertlin? @Ryanair increases presence in German capital 40%, mainly with secondary routes but hints at more biz citypairs.

@MorningAccount  Willie Walsh, chief executive of IAG, is confident Theresa May will scrap air passenger duty (APD) as part of her tourism strategy.

@TrevorClarkeMLA  Today I will be speaking on a motion raised by @duponline re: reinstating Rail services between Belfast City & Belfast International Airport. 

‏‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

Airlines Continue to Ration Coach Class Tickets

Avation’s Richard Wolanski is “tremendously pleased” with the aircraft leasing business’s growth

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