Articles Tagged ‘Cork’

Aer Lingus Regional's 1.9 million seats – Emerald to face Stobart for franchise?

Aer Lingus Regional’s 1.9 million seats – Emerald to face Stobart for franchise?

As a new Irish airline may be created to challenge Stobart Air, we see that Aer Lingus Regional had no direct competition on 17 of its 24 routes.

New Head of Aviation Business Development joins Cork Airport

New Head of Aviation Business Development joins Cork Airport

Cork Airport has announced the appointment of Brian Gallagher as the new Head of Aviation Business Development. He joins the team at Cork from his most recent post as Airline Business Development Manager for Dublin Airport. Read more about Gallagher’s appointment and the details of his new role here.

WOW air is whisked into the Wild Atlantic Way

WOW air is whisked into the Wild Atlantic Way

WOW air begins flights between Reykjavik/Keflavik and Cork – carrier’s second route to Ireland. 


Aer Lingus adds three new routes from Cork this summer; Düsseldorf, Leeds Bradford and Southampton raise network to 21 destinations

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.

American, Delta and United operate 60 summer-only routes to Europe; eight carriers launching new US-Europe services in S16

American, Delta and United operate 60 summer-only routes to Europe; eight carriers launching new US-Europe services in S16

The US-Europe market is undergoing its longest period of sustained capacity growth in over a decade. We reveal the airlines with the most seasonal routes and which US and European airports see the biggest seasonal changes.

Ryanair-Aer Lingus: 46-route giveaway is biggest unsolved mystery, ever

Ryanair-Aer Lingus: 46-route giveaway is biggest unsolved mystery, ever

We take a closer look at the route network implications of what Ryanair was trying to achieve with its latest attempt to take over Aer Lingus. We reveal which routes Ryanair would have been left with and wonder what the whole point of the exercise was, apart from potentially destabilising a local rival.


Ryanair only responsible for half Ireland's 23% reduction in passenger numbers since 2008

Ryanair only responsible for half Ireland’s 23% reduction in passenger numbers since 2008

We all know about Ryanair’s high-profile decision to reduce the number of aircraft it has based in Dublin in recent years, but which other carriers have cut capacity (or disappeared) since 2008? How does Ireland’s annual air passenger development since 1999 compare with Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK? What’s happened to the Irish domestic […]

Aer Lingus adapts to new home in Dublin’s T2; adding Aberdeen, Izmir, Perpignan and Stuttgart for S11

Aer Lingus adapts to new home in Dublin’s T2; adding Aberdeen, Izmir, Perpignan and Stuttgart for S11

How has the airline developed in recent years and which are its biggest airports after Dublin? On which routes does it face competition from Ryanair and how do fares compare with Ryanair on a basket of routes for an imminent weekend break?

Dublin opens Terminal 2 amid economic crisis; DAA pax down 13% in 2010; 40 Irish routes dropped in two years

Dublin opens Terminal 2 amid economic crisis; DAA pax down 13% in 2010; 40 Irish routes dropped in two years

It’s been a mixed week in Ireland. The country’s capital airport finally opened its new terminal while the country sought an EU bail out. But which routes have been lost from which airports in the last two years?


New routes within Ireland, to Syria and out of Budapest

New routes within Ireland, to Syria and out of Budapest

Despite the fall out from the Icelandic volcano eruption airlines continued to announce new routes during the last week. We take a closer look at announcements from flydubai, Manx2.com and Wizz Air.

Aer Lingus Regional launches with 12 routes; only three not previously operated by either Aer Arann or Aer Lingus

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.