Published on November 14th, 2016 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 14/11/2016
D-AISD Airbus A321-231 c/n 1188 Lufthansa Ferried Frankfurt-Shannon 10/11/16 for maintenance and storage.
EI-FVC Airbus A319-131 c/n 4403 CIT Aerospace Ferried Tucson-Bangor-Keflavik-Shannon-Ostrava 11-12/11/16 ex XA-VOP.
EI-FVD Airbus A319-131 c/n 4422 CIT Aerospace Ferried Tucson-Bangor-Keflavik-Shannon-Ostrava 11-12/11/16 ex XA-VOQ.
N284AL Boeing 737-4Y0 c/n 24917 ASL Aviation Group Ferried Miami-Dothan 10/11/16 for freighter conversion ex ZS-SRD.
Global Aviation News:
Airberlin 3Q losses mount on weak tourism demand
Air Canada continues its strategy of higher capacity growth to fuel rapid international growth
Airfares Set To Rise As Government Imposes Up To Rs 8,500 Levy Per Flight
Asia’s Value Alliance integrates booking among 8 budget carriers
British Airways cabin crew to vote for possible industrial action
Copa Airlines: returning to positive unit revenue as its crucial LCC transition in Colombia begins
Donald Trump’s presidency could devastate the US aviation industry
Emirates’ and IAG bosses believe major changes are coming to the airline industry
Ethiopian in talks with partner airlines for possible JVs
Finavia expects 500 charter and scheduled flights at Lapland airports next month
Garuda Indonesia aims for cautious growth on London Heathrow route
Is The Emirates Airline Growth Story At An End?
LATAM to launch LCC domestic model; posts $5 million 3Q profit
Low fares, high costs are a challenge in India, says Lufthansa’s India head Wolfgang Will
Major US carriers face fuel price hike
Vietnam Airlines applies to operate US services, may commence HCMC-Los Angeles service in Oct-2018
Volaris Costa Rica secures AOC, will launch Dec. 1
Irish Aviation News:
Avolon delivers one B787-9 to Hainan Airlines
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/31755
Brazil’s tax-haven verdict on Ireland has airline risks
Chamber members briefed on Dublin Airport’s development
Cork Airport hopeful new US service will go ahead
EI-FTH Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair First Flight
IAG CEO Urges New Open Skies Agreement
Olivia O’Leary to MC at Michael O’Leary breakfast briefing; networking opportunity for Longford businesses
PM Ciolos orders investigation into Ryanair operations in Romania following payment issue
Ross signals experts to review private sector option for Dublin Airport’s terminal three
Ryanair ordered to pay back €2m after EC state aid ruling
Ryanair schedules new Dusseldorf Weeze routes in S17
Ryanair and TUIfly ordered to repay state aid
St George’s Market sellers cry foul over Belfast City Airport plans for restaurant
Travel Extra Sunday Supplement 13 November
Read more: http://eepurl.com/corD1f
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 7 November: http://bit.ly/2fyDQ4g
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 7 November: http://bit.ly/2exbZR4
Tweets of the day:
@e_russell Best comment at the @FlightGlobal Finance Forum on the election: “I have no idea what the impacts going to be,” said Tom Doxey, Allegiant.
@e_russell It will take P&W through the end of 2017 to catch up to its delivery targets for the A320neo PW1100G, says @prattandwhitney’s Finklestein.
@e_russell IAG chief Walsh says it is in both the USA and UK’s interest to maintain open skies following Brexit and under the Trump administration.
@ghimlay .@FAANews has fined @qatarairways $185,000 for operating in foreign airspace prohibited by the FAA.
@ghimlay .@LATAMAirlines says it’s confident of Brazil approval of IAG JV, despite concerns raised by competition regulator.
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