Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
A7-ADA Airbus A320-232 c/n 1566 Laudamotion Ferried Doha-Budapest-Norwich 23/02/19 for paint prior delivery to become OE-LOP.
OE-LOO Airbus A320-214 c/n 3027 Laudamotion Registered 22/02/19 at Tianjin ex B-6311.
VQ-BXP Airbus A320-251N c/n 7995 GECAS being painted at Dublin 23/02/19 for Azul Linhas Aéreas prior delivery prior delivery ex PR-OBO.
Global Aviation News:
Air Lease expects Airbus delays through 2020
Airlines ‘Requested’ To Give Passengers Letters On Government’s Achievements
AirAsia to Open Fast-Food Restaurant Serving Its Inflight Food
Boeing preparing to pitch 777X to Indian airlines
Flair Airlines calls abrupt halt to new routes to Florida
Flybe Group announces the completion of sale of Flybe and Flybe.com to Connect Airways Limited
LCCs: global market share gains led by emerging markets
Norwegian Air Jet Stranded in Iran Finally Arrives Home
Qantas Better Watch the Bloat as Fuel Costs Rise
Irish Aviation News:
Loganair expands Derry network from late-Feb 2019
Mayor of Derry says airport will go from strength to strength
New Loganair flights from Belfast to Lake District ‘will take off in spring’
Relief at City of Derry Airport as Scottish airline Loganair steps in
Ryanair tipped for Mostar service
Shannon Becomes First Irish Airport to Introduce eduroam Wi-Fi
Stobart Group announces disposal of Stobart Air and Propius
TRIP REPORT: Ryanair, Budapest – Prague
Topflight Adds Cork and Belfast to Sorrento Programme
TRAVEL Extra Sunday Supplement 24 February
@Airlineroute AIRFRANCE on Thursday (21FEB19) filed latest schedule changes, which sees JOON ending service by late-June 2019. JOON-operating service will move back to AF Mainline. As a result, the “Mainline A340” operation will continue beyond 01JUL19.
@e_russell Probably, yes. United will begin flying its 787-10s from Newark to Barcelona, Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, Paris, Tel Aviv from March.
@e_russell United is bringing more 767-400ERs to @Dulles_Airport this summer, you’ll find them to Amsterdam, Barcelona, Honolulu, Rome and Zurich.
@ghimlay .@Avianca becomes latest airline to phase out Embraer 190 fleet – it will remove 10 E190s, taking a $38.9 million non-cash impairment charge in Q4 financials.
@winglets747 A380 sales – what no one could have expected: When airlines began ordering the A380 in 2000, fuel was $30/barrel. In the previous 20 years, it had been $15-25/barrel. $50/barrel? $100? That changed aviation and global business.
China-made regional jetliner ARJ21 delivered to Genghis Khan Airlines
Inaugural KQ US Flight Captain Joseph Kinuthia Retires
Malaysia Airlines CNY 2019 | The Spirit of Hospitality
Qantas flags direct East Coast flights to London and New York
Southwest Air Says U.S. Shutdown Cost $60 Million in 1Q Revenue