Published on February 15th, 2019 |
by Trevor Buckley
Daily Aviation Brief – 15/02/2019
Acumen Aviation Newsletters 11 February:
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
2-AERC Boeing 777-28A c/n 28685 AerCap Ferried Lourdes-Shannon-Bangor-Goodyear 14/02/19 in Ukraine International colours not taken up for part out & scrap.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus and Emirates reach agreement on A380 fleet, sign new widebody orders
Airbus Will Stop Making the World’s Largest Passenger Jet
Alitalia Stresses Continued Improvement in Passenger Revenue
Citilink to Launch First Indonesia-Cambodia Service in 51 Years
EASA Advisory Seeks To Prevent Explosive Door Openings
Emirates signs deal for 40 A330-900s, 30 A350-900s
Etihad Airways to restructure ‘large portion’ of Airbus, Boeing jet orders
Hong Kong Airlines Will Stop Flying Direct to Auckland From May
Pilot Shortage Is Said to Cripple Asia’s Biggest Budget Airline
Irish Aviation News:
Amedeo: A380 Press Release
Avolon’s Senior Unsecured Notes Upgraded By S&p Global To Bb+
Irish risk takers penalised by tax, says Avolon chief
Marymount University Hospital Is Cork Airport’s 2019 Charity Of The Year
Moody’s Revises Avolon’s Outlook to Positive
Ryanair interested in buying Thomas Cook airline slots
Ryanair Launches London Winter 19 Schedule & 2019 Customer Care Improvements
Southend Airport celebrates its 1,000,000th Stobart Air passenger
US congressman criticises Irish aviation’s ‘permissive’ labour model
@e_russell Spirit plans to debut a new app soon, something it will use to push to increase the sale of ancillaries to pax. $SAVE.
@e_russell New route for @VirginAtlantic: daily London Heathrow-Tel Aviv with an A330-300 from 25SEP19. Service will be timed to connect with Delta + Virgin’s transatlantic flights via LHR.
@FlightDetect Aer Lingus will be sending their new A321LR to Europe when they get back from crossing the Atlantic. This means international grade sleeper seats on European routes.
@PDChina Handmade Airbus A320! Zhu Yue, a Chinese farmer, has built his own full-size plane with his friends. The plane, a replica of Airbus A320 – measuring 37.8m long, 36m wide and 12m high and costing some $400,000 – has been a tourist hotspot during the #SpringFestival.
@R_Wall Airbus had no new airliner orders in January. Takes 8 Qantas A380s and 5 A220-100s out of the orderbook.
Airbus to end production of A380 aircraft
Annual Press Conference on the 2018 #AirbusResults
Comlux Completes the First Boeing BBJ Max
Dublin Airport Aircraft Movements
Inside the nerve centre of Dubai International, the world’s busiest airport