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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
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.
Ryanair have announced new routes to the West of Ireland, with three new services to be rolled out at Knock Airport, as well as additional flights to and from existing destinations.
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.
CEO of Ryanair, Michael O’Leary has said that more will be done to help customers navigate the airline’s website.
Dutch airline Arkefly, a wholly owned subsidiary of travel company TUI Group, which flys to more than 70 destinations worldwide, including favoured holiday sites throughout the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, Africa, Asia and North and South America, has increased the number … Continue reading
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.
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
Leading US Financial & Business newspaper, Barron’s, has named Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary in the top 30 Global CEO’s. O’Leary is the only Irish citizen to make the list which is limited to top CEO’s who have “been in the job at … Continue reading