Published on September 20th, 2016 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 20/09/2016
ET-ATJ Boeing 787-8 c/n 34492 Ethiopian Airlines Delivered Paine Field-Addis Abba 17/09/16 leased from AerCap.
F-WTDV Airbus A321-212 c/n 891 Registered at Shannon 14/09/16 prior ferry to Montpellier by Azur Aviation for paint prior delivery to Compagnie Africaine d´Aviation ex F-GYAR.
VP-BEG Airbus A321-211 c/n 6756 Aeroflot Airtest at Vilnius 17/09/16 prior delivery ex EI-OVB.
Global Aviation News:
Delta Private Jets Teams Up With Porsche for Luxury Connection
DFS to take corrective measures on charges
Emirates on track for record year at Manchester Airport
Fraport and Lufthansa trial new inflight retail model
Global Air Travel Continues to Grow
Gov’t exempts Ovda flights from landing fees
How Brexit is changing U.S. travel to London and beyond
Interview: Emirates CEO Tim Clark on the Next Generation of Fees
Iran Aviation Finance: Long term leasing, financing and fleet resourcing needs to be addressed
Iran Says U.S. Will Soon Grant Licenses for Boeing, Airbus Deals
Low cost long haul an increasingly proven model – British Airways CEO
Malindo Air Part 1: Lion Group Malaysian JV accelerates fleet expansion as Indonesia growth slows
Malindo Air Part 2: rapid international expansion with at least eight new destinations in 2H2016
PILARSKI SAYS… Dark clouds of globalisation
Qantas unites Instagram with consumer’s email in new out-of-office travel campaign
South African Air Says Competition, Weak Rand Lead to Loss
The only runway is Essex, says Stansted boss
Top Nigeria Airline Hit by Sector Turbulence, Uncertainties
USD2.5bn upgrade at Tehran Airport to create national center for development
Irish Aviation News:
Airlines furious as Brazil lists Ireland as tax haven
Alan Joyce: Foreign investment cap on Qantas needs to be axed
Area 14 is back in action as Dublin Airport starts plan to bring more natural light into T1
Avolon delivers one Airbus A320NEO to IndiGo
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/30859
City of Derry airport funding could create ‘substantial number of jobs’
Dublin Airport’s Terminal l to undergo €10m upgrade
Executive’s £7m deal to bail out City of Derry Airport
Minister Ross announces €2.7m in grants for Regional Airports
Norwegian Air’s North Atlantic seats up 51% this summer, but longer term long haul growth needs NAI
Submission to the Public Consultation on the Review of Airport Charges Regulation in Ireland
TD says Donegal to London flights should be established on a trial basis
US to supply Ireland with software to screen flight passenger data
8 Aviation Events starting week of 26 September on Ascend Aero’s Complete Guide to Aerospace Conferences & Events
Read more: http://www.ascendaero.com/events/
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 19 September 2016: http://bit.ly/2d2hnvI
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 19-09-16: http://bit.ly/2chSniJ
Tweets of the day:
@CAPA_Aviation Iran Minister Roads & Urban Development Dr Akhoundi: Longterm fleet leasing crucial for Iran’s carriers #CAPAsummit.
@e_russell .@AmericanAir will begin selling basic economy fares “towards the end of this year”, says chief integration officer Goulet.
@e_russell American will combine its flight ops system and pilot/crew management system over weekend of 30 Sep, says chief integration officer Goulet.
@e_russell Ascend consultant Rob Morris expects the number of A350s that Airbus delivers this year to be in the “low 40s”. Airbus target is 50.
@e_russell .@united will operate a 777-200 between EWR-SJU 6x weekly from 18Dec16, part of an effort to increase freight capacity to the island.
@hharteveldt There are only 450 female #airline captains worldwide, says former #Braniff Captain Stephanie Wallach #avgeek.
Today’s Videos Picks:
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Pat Reede of United Airlines speaking about exciting arrival of the three-class Boeing 777 on the Dublin-Newark route next February.
The Outlook for Aviation in the Middle East