Articles Tagged ‘Aer Lingus Regional’
Aer Lingus Regional on 27 August opened its new Belfast City base and its first route, to Edinburgh, was launched.
We analyse the development of these routes and look at how flybe and Aer Lingus Regional’s frequencies differ as easyJet’s grows at nearby Belfast International.
As BA CityFlyer announces Belfast City from flybe’s end which saw London – Belfast City seats cut by 24%, we look at the development of Belfast – London.
Ireland sees strong capacity growth over past three years, led by international expansion; Ryanair remains top carrier
The number of seats available on services to, from and within the Ireland increased by 5.0% from 2016 to 2017. anna.aero has been digging out the top trends in the country’s domestic and international links over the past 10 years, including the biggest airline and destination market movers.
Singapore Airlines converts its Singapore – Manchester – Houston Intercontinental route to an A350 operation
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Aruba celebrates the arrival of JetBlue Airways’ new connection from Fort Lauderdale while United Airlines toasts 25 years of serving Madrid. More news also from Cornwall Airport Newquay, Luxembourg, Sao Paulo Guarulhos and Manchester airports.
Aer Lingus adds three new routes from Cork this summer; Düsseldorf, Leeds Bradford and Southampton raise network to 21 destinations
Aer Lingus is the biggest airline at Ireland’s second busiest airport. We look at how the airline’s network has fluctuated since 2006, which are currently its busiest routes by ASKs and on which routes Ryanair competes head-to-head.
Aer Lingus Regional starts a connection between Cork and Leeds Bradford while also resuming a link between Shannon and Edinburgh.
Aer Lingus Regional begins a five times weekly service between the Irish and UK airports.
Aer Lingus Regional now links Dublin to Newquay with thrice-weekly flights, using Stobart Air’s ATR 72s.
Doncaster Sheffield Airport celebrates 10 years of flights; passenger numbers up 30% in Q1 as Wizz Air grows and Aer Lingus arrives
This UK airport, known as Robin Hood Airport, handled over one million passengers in 2007. Since then demand has slipped, but more recently grew by 5% in 2014. Thomson Airways and Wizz Air are the busiest airlines at the airport with high seasonality.
Aer Lingus Regional resumes flights between Dublin and East Midlands. Competes against Ryanair.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Aer Lingus Regional announces a new route from Doncaster Sheffield to Dublin starting on 29 May, and London Gatwick Airport celebrates St Piran’s Day – Cornwall’s national day. More news from Birmingham, Sao Paulo Guarulhos, Phoenix-Mesa, Bahrain, Bristol and TAV Airports.