Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
EI-EZD Airbus A319-111 c/n 2913 Royal Jordanian Ferried Moscow Domodedovo-Pulkovo 12/02/19 after paint prior delivery.
OE-IHL Airbus A320-232 c/n 3105 Laudamotion Delivered Montpellier-Vienna 12/02/19 to become OE-LOZ.
Global Aviation News:
Air France-KLM’s Dutch Arm Goes to Battle Over Elbers’s Fate
Angry Kalitta Air calls on US to act over its loss of slots at Schiphol Airport
Belarus to build airport for low cost airlines, but not in Minsk
Cathay Pacific eyes passenger health and wellness as potential new revenue stream
Great potential for Azerbaijan in India, says ATB CEO
Hybrid planes could shorten the leap to all-electric 737s
IAG caps non-EU ownership but counts UK as EU investor
Icelandair reports 2018 net loss of $55.6 million after ‘difficult’ year
Inflight retailers ‘battle’ for IAG Spanish contracts
India records fastest full-year domestic aviation market growth: IATA
Scots airports fear 10% drop in flights over no-deal Brexit
Ukraine’s SkyUp Airlines reports results of first year of operations
Will revisit AI sale issue once global indicators stabilize: Suresh Prabhu
Irish Aviation News:
Dublin Airport and the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) collaborative to improve traffic flows
Dublin Airport is opening a ‘world-class’ lounge for passengers flying east
Dublin Airport’s monopoly must be broken
Former Aer Lingus chairman honoured by the Irish Sailing Association
Ireland West Airport announces delivery team for rehabilitation of airport runway
Ryanair CEO’s new share option scheme targets doubling profit in 5 years
SilkAir picks Irish seat-maker to upgrade cabins ahead of merger with SIA
@LuxuryTravelled A few route cancellations for @Vueling from Barcelona this summer in order to ‘avoid a chaotic summer’ – London Heathrow, Kaliningrad, Bergen, Tallinn, Larnaca, Cardiff, Warsaw and Thessaloniki.
@NiallGibbons The new Schenzen to Dublin service opening this month means there will be 45 flights every week from Asia direct to Ireland. It’s an amazing change from a decade ago. We now have @EtihadAirways @emirates @qatarairways @HainanAirlines and @cathaypacific serving Ireland. Brilliant.
@photoJDL .@BoeingAirplanes’s 727 first flew 56 years ago today. An impressive 1,832 were built between 63 and 84, with the jet flying for airlines around the globe. The last #pax 727 retired this month. Several cargo versions continue to fly.
@SimonCalder Did you fly on Norwegian last year? The airline made an average £4 loss on every passenger.
AvioFit because aircrews are human people too
China’s C919 engineers persevere to achieve world-class flight test capacity
C Series Aircraft Lands at ENA to Start New Training Mission
Flying into Tough Airports: Chambéry, France – AINtv
Push For Change – Finnair’s CO2 offset and biofuel service