Published on September 22nd, 2016 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 22/09/2016
F-WTDV Airbus A321-211 c/n 891 AerCap Ferried Shannon-Monpellier 19/09/16 ex F-GYAR Air Mediterranee arrived 17/02/16.
N923FD Boeing 757-204(SF) c/n 26266 FedEx Departed Lufthansa Technik 20/09/16 arrived 16/09/16.
Global Aviation News:
Air France Plans Low-Cost Startup to Repel Long-Haul Rivals
Air France to introduce its first 787 in January
Air Lease Corporation Announces Placements of Six New Airbus A321neo Aircraft with Azores Airlines
Alaska, jetBlue and Southwest: popular airlines show commendable balance sheet results.
Argentina: Aerolineas Argentinas faces a tough turnaround with government’s new liberal mindset
Azores Airlines sticks with Airbus for middle of market solution
Budget airline Jet2.com to fly from Stansted
EasyJet CEO: Brexit uncertainty depresses airline values
Iberia and Japan Airlines Expand Codeshare Arrangements on Madrid-Tokyo Route and Begin Sales of Joint Fares
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/30892
Lufthansa, Air China Sign Agreement for China-Europe Routes
Opinion: Airlines Sending Clear Signals About A380’s Future
SeaPort Airlines to be liquidated, fleet grounded
T2RL: Flight Global’s top trends to look for in 2017
U.K. Carrier Jet2 Challenges Ryanair Amid Brexit Retreat
Vueling’s S16 route droppings revealed; 39 airport pairs no longer served with Rome Fiumicino and Barcelona seeing biggest changes
What Passengers Want: Boeing Delves Deep Into Pax Psychology
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus to launch AerClub “late 2016” with double Avios deal
Ancillary charges enable Ryanair revenue to gain altitude
A review for Dublin Airport to include the possibility of third terminal
Air traffic congestion review for Dublin Airport to include possibility of third terminal
Ascend Aero – IFE Newsletter 19 September
COMMENT: If Ross’s runway review results in delays, few will thank him
Etihad Airways announces job opportunities for Ireland
Irish Aviation Authority is new competent authority in charge of noise management
Local travel agency to join inaugural flight
Ryanair boosts Barcelona/Madrid operations in S17
Ryanair boss O’Leary says New York route bailout a waste of cash
Ryanair expands Manchester operation in S17
Ryanair expands Poland service in S17
Ryanair Launches Barcelona S 2017 Schedule
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/30834
Ryanair Launches Belfast S 2017 Schedule
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/30882
Ryanair launches international flights from Oradea next spring
Ryanair says Greek government ignored attempts to negotiate reduced airport taxes
Ryanair to launch routes to Spain, Italy from Romania’s Oradea in March 2017
Ryanair: 8 New Routes To Faro and 5 To Lisbon
Taking the oops out of groups
2016 IASA Symposium, October 21st 2016
Read more: http://www.iasa.aero/
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:
@BelfastAirport BREAKING: @Ryanair M O’ Leary tells CBI: If APD’s scrapped, we will X2 traffic @BelfastAirport in 12 mths to at least 2.2m probably 2.5m.
@Dwelliott “People are not going to fly to NI if they have to pay £13,” says Michael O’Leary, railing against APD @CBI_NI.
@Dwelliott Michael O’Leary says will double operations in NI if APD is removed. There. That’s it. Oh, and there’s a seat sale on.
@julianoneill Ryanair reckons NI residents account for 2m passenger journeys out of Dublin Airport a year – much greater than DAA or DfE stats suggest.
@MargaretCan Says every single passenger subsidised to tune of £1 each on Derry to Stansted route during Jan, leading to decision to reduce frequency.
@MargaretCan Forecast fall in Ryanair passengers from Derry next year from 230,000 to 100,000.
@newsmulg Derry airport can only survive in a low tax scenario…ending APD.
@SymonRoss O’Leary says Brexit uncertainty means he can’t risk putting more Ryanair investment in UK/NI in next 2 yrs while politicians ‘screw around’.
Today’s Videos Picks:
Ireland West Airport Knock TV – September 2016
Michael O’Leary Capacity problems on Trans Atlantic in Dublin
Michael O’Leary Cutting growth at Dublin airport
Michael O’Leary Terminal 2 cost overrun
New Generation of IATA Settlement Systems – NewGen ISS
WFS Brief – by Stephan Copart & Ruba Abdul-Aziz