Published on September 29th, 2016 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 29/09/2016
EI-FNH Airbus A330-302 c/n 1744 Aer Lingus Delivered Toulouse-Dublin 28/09/16.
Global Aviation News:
Air Canada Circles the World adding Six New Destinations to its Expanding International Network
Bombardier CS300 begins European route-proving flights
Breaking down the barriers between airlines and airports
Chris Browne takes executive role at easyJet
Global aircraft leasing growing on low rates and rising air traffic
How Boeing Builds a 737 in Just 9 Days
ISTAT Europe 2016: Regional aircraft market
Kenya Airways, once the “pride of Africa,” is selling off yet another piece of itself
Keeping pace with changes in China’s outbound tourism market
Lufthansa Supervisory Board approves full acquisition of Brussels Airlines
Lufthansa’s Two-Pronged Attack
Monarch Airlines has to meet this Friday deadline – or it won’t be allowed to sell any more package holidays
Nuremburg floats Blue Ocean campaign to beat hub sharks
Qatar Airways And British Airways Announce Joint Business Agreement Offering Passengers More Choice
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/31008
SR Technics receives EASA base maintenance approval for B777
United’s Network Planning Chief Tells Me Whether Los Angeles is Still a Hub (Across the Aisle)
VietJet Air Part 3: international expansion accelerates as IPO approaches and order book grows
Virgin Australia realigns its airline partnership priorities on new long haul strategy: Part 1
Weekly Analyst Synopsis: Rolls, Boeing and leasing companies
What’s next for airline alliances and partnerships?
Why tourism and aviation partnerships are vital for business
Irish Aviation News:
Ascend Aero – IFE Newsletter 26 September
Brexit U-turn still possible: Ryanair’s O’Leary
Cityjet staff in limited industrial action in Dublin Airport
COMMENT: Brexit has awkward implications for ownership structure of EU airlines
Flights from Bradley to Dublin begin Wednesday
EI-FTB Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair First Flight
Interview: Michael O’Leary, CEO Ryanair
Northern Ireland tourism industry set for lesson in how to go digital
Ryanair announce 12th new route to Girona from March 2017.
Ryanair CEO: EC Should Look Into Lufthansa–Air Berlin Deal
World-beating Dublin Airport Marketing Brings Huge Economic Benefits
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:
@GarryKieran Ryanair on the up, Aer LIngus on the way down but where do they and other companies stand in CX full report http://www.cxi.ie.
@McWhirterAlex Good to see AirCanada starting Toronto-Berlin. Germany’s capital neglected by Luftnansa. It needs international links. @TheLocalGermany.
@paulbuckl Our much-loved Christmas video from 2015 was awarded at the #KinsaleSharks at the weekend. Great result for @RadicalDublin and @AerLingus.
@skift ‘People in Europe are obsessed with the dollar. Brexit will probably cost us half a million visitors.’ -CEO US Travel Assoc. #SkiftForum.
@theAPEXassoc “Consistency of #PaxEx, sleep, minimizing stress are top 3 priorities for our business class pax,” says @AirCanada’s B. Smith #skiftforum.
@theAPEXassoc “Geography, elapsed flying time & product offering”: Why US pax should fly @AirCanada for international routes, says B. Smith #skiftforum.
@thepointsguy Arne- Travel is dependent/ a part of 10% of the global economy. We need to be inclusive- not driving people away like #Brexit #skiftforum.
Today’s Videos Picks:
A family that flies together: Airbus’ commercial aircraft
Boeing’s Commercial Derivatives SWaP-C Advantage For The Air Force’s C2ISR Fleet
Discover Conneticut, New England | New Direct Service with Aer Lingus | Tour America
Eoghan Corry speaking about Dublin airport north runway
Playing the points game: Airmiles explained
Simon Hamilton Sept 27 2016
The loophole letting passengers fly on the cheap
The science behind airfare pricing