Articles Tagged ‘DUB’
Budapest Airport has welcomed the return of its long-standing partner Aer Lingus. The airline is welcoming customers back on board its flights between Budapest and Dublin for the first time since the pandemic began, operating a three-times weekly service on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
95% of Ryanair seats are due to touch the UK, Spain, and Italy this coming summer – up from 78% in pre-coronavirus summer 2019.
Dublin welcomed LOT Polish as airBaltic expanded this year. With Ireland’s economy expected to return to growth in 2021, the airport is optimistic.
Loganair to begin Aberdeen, Belfast City, Dublin, Jersey, and Newquay from Teesside, with 29 weekly flights in July. Will Eastern or Loganair blink first?
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.
In a wide-ranging interview with Jonathan Hinkles, Loganair MD, he told us that the carrier has “no ambition to have 60+ aircraft and looking like flybe.”
11 of flybe’s most profitable international routes still unserved – but what are they? Southampton key, with 121% fare premium over Ryanair at Bournemouth.
Only 17 of flybe’s 77 international routes last Sept are now operated. WF are down by 342 YOY, with Southampton hardest hit. Which routes will return?
We look at Ryanair’s most profitable airports and see fast growth, strong dominance, and a number of surprises that help to better understand this ULCC.
LOT Polish took off to Dublin on 23 August.
Aer Lingus to use A321neos to Newark + Toronto, with its A330-300s having 50% higher costs, RDC Apex platform shows
As Aer Lingus will use its A321neos on more transatlantic routes from S21, replacing its mainstay A330-300s, we see how the two aircraft differ economically.
We explore the carrier’s Sao Paulo – Frankfurt service, which had ~233,000 passengers last year and nearly 60% connecting. Nagoya #1 O&D.