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The first transatlantic flights from Cork Airport are scheduled to take off in early 2016 and will be operated by Norwegian Air International. Continue reading
Ryanair has promised to end the on-board scramble for seats from 1st February, with the introduction of seating allocation 24 hours before departure for all passengers who have not paid to pick and reserve a seat.
CEO of Ryanair, Michael O’Leary has said that more will be done to help customers navigate the airline’s website.
In a major boost to Irish Tourism, Delta Airlines have announced that they will reinstate their winter schedule between JFK and Shannon Airport for the 2010-2011 winter season. Delta withdrew the route for winter 2009/10 opting only for a summer service, … Continue reading
Ryanair have launched their much heralded onboard inflight mobile phone service. While phones will be billed by the users mobile phone company, the service, provided by OnAir, will cost approximately €0.50 to send a text message and between €2.00 and €3.00 … Continue reading
Today is the last day of Ryanair’s latest special offer for flights to Ireland. Book by midnight tonight to avail of 75% off their fares. There are some great value rates available. I just did a quick survey right now … Continue reading
Ryanair have announced new routes from their Spanish hub in Alicante to Derry Airport and Knock Airport in the North and West of Ireland. The budget airline said today that the services from City of Derry Airport and Ireland West Airport Knock … Continue reading
Michael O’Leary’s Ryanair officially presented its takeover bid to Aer Lingus investors yesterday, giving them until January 5th to accept the €1.40 ($1.87) per share offer. Ryanair presented the opportunity to create “one leading, financially strong, Irish-run airline group.” The offered share price … Continue reading
Ryanair announced today that they are to close 2 routes to Cork Airport from the United Kingdom. This is a blow to toursim in the southwest of Ireland, a region that has also seen UK visitor numbers affected by the … Continue reading