Category Archives: Fly to Ireland
The Central Statistics Office of Ireland released figures showing steady growth in the number of visitors to Ireland during the first half of 2014. Continue reading
Ireland’s national air carrier, Aer Lingus, has launched a new year-round Boeing 757 transatlantic service between Shannon airport and Boston’s Logan airport. Continue reading
For the second year in a row Ireland has been awarded as the best tourism destination by US travel magazine Global Traveler. Continue reading
In the latest Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Regional survey, which is conducted globally on behalf of the Airports Council International (ACI) has seen Cork Airport positioned first for overall customer satisfaction.
The summer schedule for Cork Airport has been unveiled and this year of the Irish Gathering 2013 the Munster airport will have more than 2 million seats available to Cork from more than 50 destinations in the UK and Europe.
I have written before about the options for quickly getting to Cork from North America and arriving in our friendliest airport. While these options have always meant making a connection on the eastern side of the Atlantic, there has been … Continue reading
British/European airline, Flybe has announced a new route between Knock Airport and Edinburgh in Scotland. The new route will be operated three times a week starting on 19 April FlyBe have the route on sale now with fares from UK£29.99 … Continue reading
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
With connectivity to Shannon Airport diminishing, especially in the winter season, Cork Airport is becoming more and more of an option for North American visitors to Ireland. While Cork Airport has no direct traffic with North America, it has much … Continue reading