Articles Tagged ‘Aer Lingus Regional’
Aer Lingus launched seven new routes in one day, from Dublin, Shannon, Cork and Belfast to Gran Canaria, Majorca, Stuttgart, England and Scotland.
Ryanair and DAA in high-profile ‘talks’ about Shannon’s future; anna.aero presents some unbiased analysis
We present our own analysis of what’s been happening at Shannon airport in Ireland. How has traffic developed over the last 13 years by geographic segment? Just how many routes has Ryanair operated from Shannon, and which routes have been dropped? And which new routes have been started during the last year?
easyJet’s new Doncaster/Sheffield base will offer five routes; Spain and Poland are airport’s leading markets
easyJet’s newest UK base will require just a single aircraft when commercial flights in the UK finally resume. How has the airport developed since it opened in 2005 and how is easyJet’s aircraft scheduled?
Aer Lingus Regional launches with 12 routes; only three not previously operated by either Aer Arann or Aer Lingus
What happens when you combine Aer Lingus with Aer Arann? You get Aer Lingus Regional operating from Dublin and Cork, and three new UK – Ireland routes all of which Ryanair used to serve, two of them up until last June.
Over 150 new routes to celebrate this week with the focus heavily on Europe. There are so many great cakes to choose from we’re asking you to help us identify our Cake Of The Week. And don’t forget, there’s a free, downloadable, spreadsheet for you to look at all the new route data any way […]