Published on October 18th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/10/2016

Aircraft Update:

D-AILB Airbus A319-114 c/n 610 Lufthansa to Lufthansa Technik 15/10/16.

OY-JTM Boeing 737-4Z9(F) c/n 27094 Jet Time to Atlantic Aviation Group 15/10/16.

OY-KAR Airbus A320-232 c/n 3159 SAS Airlines departed Lufthansa Technik 14/10/16.  

OY-SRJ Boeing 767-25E(F) c/n 27195 Star Air to Atlantic Aviation Group 15/10/16.

PH-IAM Embraer 190LR c/n 19000310 Falko Regional Ferried Exeter–Norwich 15/10/16 for paint into Air Moldova colours.

Global Aviation News:

A good week for Boeing wide-bodies

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British Airways to cease Chengdu route

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California’s Ontario International Airport Part 2: Dominated by LCCs

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Finnair launches Singapore to Helsinki route, claiming fastest way to get to Europe

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Inselair: opportunities for the airline’s niche are ripe if the airline commits to an expanded fleet

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Moody’s call for Boeing to cut wide body 777-300ER prices may strengthen QA strategy

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Monarch Airlines: group receives new cash from Greybull Capital but profit outlook is down

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Pressure mounts on Theresa May over airport expansion decision

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Russia’s Nordwind Airlines Gets Moscow-New York designation

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Scope clauses stop aircraft development

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SR Technics and Aviation Cosmetics Malta Launch Lease-End Transitioning Services, LETS

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Star Alliance connecting partner model evolves as Juneyao Airlines replaces Mango as first member

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What are the new airport connectivity trends?

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Irish Aviation News:

Atlantic Aviation Group Granted EASA CAMO Part M Approval

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CityJet assures customers that normal services will continue at London City Airport

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CityJet named European regional airline of the year

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GECAS and Atlantic AirVenture Aviation Centre Shannon have collaborated to develop a one week intensive program targeted at Transition Year (TY) students in the local schools

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Here’s Why You Should Thank Your Lucky Stars That Dublin Airport Is On Your Doorstep

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Pembroke Capital air leasing directors share €2.8m pay

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SAS to add extra flights to its three routes out of Dublin

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Shane Ross And Tourism Ireland CEO Have ‘Very Positive’ Brexit Meeting

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The first of the State’s proceeds from the Aer Lingus sale has been spent

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WTM Aviation Programme – Interview with Sir Tim Clark, President of Emirates & Willie Walsh, CEO of International Airlines Group (IAG)

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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 17 October 2016:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 17 October 2016: 

Tweets of the day:

@collegeireland Recent signing of CIAS  Comprehensive Agreement With Nth. African Partner Aures Aviation.

@Danyal_Gilani Revival of PIA: PIA advertises for leasing wide body aircraft for both short & long term. New destinations to be added as fleet expands.

@ghimlay .@USDOT fines @flyPAL $20,000 for providing the wrong tarmac delay info – twice.

@RAeSTimR A350 w/10000th Airbus livery will be used on inaugural @SingaporeAir Singapore-San Francisco service later this month. #Airbus10000 #Avgeek.

@STGAerospace According to a study by @theAPEXassoc 7 out of 10 fliers cite comfort & ambience as their #1 priority #PaxEx #IFEC.

@zrh_airport 2morrow @emirates A380 will arrive in 2-class configuration, as far as we know it’s 1st time a plane with so many seats (615!) landed in ZRH.

‏‏Today’s Videos Picks:

Etihad Airways – A Skytrax Certified 5-Star Airline

Meeting the Emirates team on the new Jennifer Aniston commercial | Emirates

Qatar Airways Inaugural Flight to Windhoek, Namibia

Relive the magic moment of the delivery of A350

The first year of Finnair A350


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