Published on November 18th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/11/2016

Aircraft Update:

EI-EFP Boeing 737-8AS c/n 37540 Ryanair for handback to SMBC Aviation Capital for Jelu Air by 2017Q4.

EI-EFR Boeing 737-8AS c/n 37541 Ryanair for handback to SMBC Aviation Capital for Jelu Air by 2017Q4.

EI-EFT Boeing 737-8AS c/n 37543 Ryanair for handback to SMBC Aviation Capital for Jelu Air by 2017Q4.

UR-PSU Boeing 737-8AS c/n 37542 Ukraine Internatioal registered at Dublin 16/11/16 ex EI-EFS.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus, Boeing deferrals may indicate slowing global economy

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Airbus A350 on training exercise at Stornoway Airport

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Airlines aim to increase revenue and efficiency, improve services using big data: SITA

Airline JVs crucial for Latin America to compete: CEOs

A Trade War With China Would Be Bad News for Boeing

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British Airways Announces $110 Million Airport Experience Investment for Its Customers Traveling in the US

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Brits Go Back to the ’70s as Brexit Revives the Package Holiday

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China airspace issues a problem for airlines, consumers and CAAC: Spring Airlines VP

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Delta Air Lines Will Give Employees a 6 Percent Raise in 2017

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Easyjet is optimistic about Southend Airport’s future as it talks up new routes to beach destinations

Etihad Airways Engineering, Airbus develop A380 MRO services

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Full service airlines heading for big losses as no coherent strategy, says Fernandes

Load factor crucial to air carriers – TW

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Low cost and dominant airlines to survive next downturn: DVB Bank

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Lufthansa Group, Singapore Airlines extend codeshare agreements

Malaysia Airlines Assesses A330 Replacement 

New player enters the Russian aircraft leasing market

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Technology making it easier for airlines to merge products: Air Black Box

The Global Business Travel Forecast 2017 by American Express

Turkey’s Pegasus Airlines aims to reduce costs as tourism slumps

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United: Boeing 747s to be retired by October 2018

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United Airlines CEO celebrates Warren Buffett’s investment in his airline

United Airlines converts 737-700s order to -800, -MAX versions

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United sets course to be ‘best airline for employees, customers, and investors’

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Virgin Australia outlines ‘Better Business’ operational and capital efficiency initiatives

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Want to visit Europe? That’s gonna cost you €5

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World Routes helps facilitate Condor’s latest transatlantic growth

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus adds Miami route; issues tender for 7 A321neos

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Aer Lingus sale to IAG is just another example of how Ireland’s populist left have been caught out yet again – Hayes

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Aviation Fair Sunday 20 November Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport Clouds Rooftop Suite 

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Belfast growth to continue despite profit slump: Easyjet

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Dublin Selected as Site of IASS 2017

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Former Maze prison site new home for Northern Ireland’s first air ambulance base

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FLY Leasing Reports Third Quarter 2016 Financial Results

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Goshawk successfully issues an unsecured USD95 million Schuldschein

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Milestone Aviation Group Leases Sikorsky S-92 to Omni Táxi Aéreo to Support Petrobras’ Brazilian Offshore Oil and Gas Operations

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Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs Is ‘Looking At Things Through The Mobile Lens’

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Shannon Airport to have much more choice in summer season

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Swiss Air To Operate New Cork–Zurich Route

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We’re now almost Malta’s national airline – Ryanair

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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 15 November:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 15 November: 

Tweets of the day:

@Airlineroute  Air Canada rouge will continue to operate 3 weekly Vancouver – Dublin route in S17, as it closed reservation for planned 4th weekly flight.

@Airlineroute Interesting new codeshare destinations for Xiamen Airlines, operated by KLM: Dublin, Gothenburg, Lima, Paramaribo, Valencia. 

@ASM_Ltd In 2015 worldwide air travel was mostly ondirect routings (73%)-the rest connected via different hubs to get to their final destination.

@BoeingDefense Our industry is changing the world once again – #Boeing’s Lavender at #CAS16 #BoeinginCanada.

@BoeingDefense #Boeing contributes nearly 4 billion annually to economic growth & development in #Canada, 14% of overall industry #CAS16.

@SeanKellyMEP Discussing carbon reduction #aviation sector @COP22 . A tall order as air traffic grows rapidly. @AerLingus @Ryanair.

@tonyfernandes Many full service airlines are heading for big losses. As they just don’t have a coherent strategy. Can’t be low cost and full service.

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