Published on December 6th, 2016 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 06/12/2016
N915FD Boeing 757-236F c/n 24120 Fedex departed Lufthansa Technik 02/12/16.
OY-KAS Airbus A320-232 c/n 3335 SAS Airlines departed Lufthansa Technik 02/12/16.
SX-DVM Airbus A320-232 c/n 3439 Aegean Airlines departed Lufthansa Technik 02/12/16.
5H-FJA Airbus A319-111 c/n 2176 Allegiant Air Test flight at Shannon 02/12/16 prior delivery.
Global Aviation News:
Air Berlin Gets EU300 Million Lifeline From Etihad in Niki Deal
Alitalia Board reviews second phase of industrial plan
British Airways prepares for its move to London Gatwick’s South Terminal with trial flights & early moves
Business class or private jet? This young Indian entrepreneur can help
Read more: http://cnnmon.ie/2fsmXwk
Etihad board approves plans to create new European airline with TUI
High-Quality Companies Will Win in the Airline Industry
How Middlemen Have Changed Travel Marketing
Jet2holidays boss pledges trade support
Norwegian set to open four 737MAX bases for 2017 transatlantic growth
Norwegian Surges After U.S. Approves Trans-Atlantic Expansion
Norwegian Air to order more Boeing, Airbus planes
The Norwegian Effect: How NAX is a flight price game changer
Turkish Airlines buys plane made for Tunisia’s ousted president
United Airlines’ new fare structure too restrictive, Sen. Chuck Schumer says
US Approves Norwegian Air License, Puts a Smile on Boeing’s Face
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus unions want pay hike after bosses get bonus
At last: NAI granted license for Cork-Boston 4w & Shannon-Boston
Cork Airport and Norwegian Air in talks to get US service airborne by summer
Foreign affairs minister welcomes new transatlantic travel route
Irish Aviation Authority Welcomes the Announcement by the US DOT to Approve NAI
Merger between Stobart and CityJet called off
Norwegian Air granted licence for US-Ireland flights
Norwegian has US licence approved ‘paving way for further global expansion‘
Norwegian Permit Approval a Major Turning Point
Of Course Norwegian Air Should Get Its Licence – The Economy Is For Consumers, Not Producers
Price war could be on the cards following green light for Norweigian Air
Runway meeting with Ross welcome
Ryanair’s passenger numbers soar 15% in November
Shannon business top of agenda on Breen trip
SWAPA Condemns DOT Approval of Norwegian Foreign Air Carrier Permit
Swords students get insigt into working life at the airport
U.S. Approves Norwegian’s Flight Expansion With Irish Unit
Victory for EU /US Open Skies – Cork becomes Ireland’s newest transatlantic airport. US finally approves Norwegian’s Irl / US Transatlantic Licence!
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 5 December: http://bit.ly/2gVdFGo
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 5 December: http://bit.ly/2h7y8qT
Tweets of the day:
@Airlineroute Ethiopian plans Boeing 787-8 service to Moroni (Comores), from 03JUN17.
@e_russell .@HawaiianAir buys 1 A330-200, leases 2 more A321s, allowing it to retire its 767-300ERs by 2018.
@e_russell Norwegian to open Boston and New York area bases in 2017.
@ghimlay .@USDOT’s final approval of @Fly_Norwegian NAI permit today comes exactly three years after it first applied (2 Dec 2013).
@simonasbartkus It looks @Fly_Norwegian to open 737 base in @riga_airport. Where are they going to fly? Transatlantic? Difficult to read between the lines.
Today’s Videos Picks:
Airborne 11.30.16: C Series Type Ratings, ATC Reform, Highest Air Show Grounded?
Airborne 12.01.16: New SecTrans, Trio NextGen Autopilot, WTO v Boeing
Airborne 12.02.16: Stratos 714 1st Flt, TFR Politics, Airbus Job Cuts
Norwegian Boeing 787 Dreamliner Cockpit view- Push back, Taxi and Take-off at JFK airport
$40,000 Embraer Legacy 650 Private Jet flight from Dubai to Cyprus