Published on November 18th, 2016 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 18/11/2016
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
Airbus A350 on training exercise at Stornoway Airport
Read more: http://www.bbc.com/news/38002272
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
British Airways Announces $110 Million Airport Experience Investment for Its Customers Traveling in the US
Brits Go Back to the ’70s as Brexit Revives the Package Holiday
China airspace issues a problem for airlines, consumers and CAAC: Spring Airlines VP
Delta Air Lines Will Give Employees a 6 Percent Raise in 2017
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
Full service airlines heading for big losses as no coherent strategy, says Fernandes
Load factor crucial to air carriers – TW
Low cost and dominant airlines to survive next downturn: DVB Bank
Lufthansa Group, Singapore Airlines extend codeshare agreements
Malaysia Airlines Assesses A330 Replacement
New player enters the Russian aircraft leasing market
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
United: Boeing 747s to be retired by October 2018
United Airlines CEO celebrates Warren Buffett’s investment in his airline
United Airlines converts 737-700s order to -800, -MAX versions
United sets course to be ‘best airline for employees, customers, and investors’
Virgin Australia outlines ‘Better Business’ operational and capital efficiency initiatives
Want to visit Europe? That’s gonna cost you €5
World Routes helps facilitate Condor’s latest transatlantic growth
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus adds Miami route; issues tender for 7 A321neos
Aer Lingus sale to IAG is just another example of how Ireland’s populist left have been caught out yet again – Hayes
Aviation Fair Sunday 20 November Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport Clouds Rooftop Suite
Read more: http://aviationfair.wixsite.com/aviationfair
Belfast growth to continue despite profit slump: Easyjet
Dublin Selected as Site of IASS 2017
Former Maze prison site new home for Northern Ireland’s first air ambulance base
FLY Leasing Reports Third Quarter 2016 Financial Results
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/31835
Goshawk successfully issues an unsecured USD95 million Schuldschein
Read more: http://www.aviator.aero/press_releases/31837
Milestone Aviation Group Leases Sikorsky S-92 to Omni Táxi Aéreo to Support Petrobras’ Brazilian Offshore Oil and Gas Operations
Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs Is ‘Looking At Things Through The Mobile Lens’
Shannon Airport to have much more choice in summer season
Swiss Air To Operate New Cork–Zurich Route
We’re now almost Malta’s national airline – Ryanair
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 15 November: http://bit.ly/2fRMlIQ
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 15 November: http://bit.ly/2fTcE03
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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