Articles Tagged ‘DUB’
Aer Lingus inaugurates flights from Belfast City to Malaga; launches services from Dublin to Corfu.
Minoan Air launches services from London Oxford to Dublin.
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.
Charging an average of 20 euros less per passenger than its neighbours Brussels Airport and Liege airports, Brussels South Charleroi is an established low-cost facility. As the airport celebrates its seventh year of double-digit growth, is there life beyond Ryanair?
Ryanair starts flights from Dublin to the new Lublin airport; adds ski destinations from both Dublin and London
Ryanair starts flights from Dublin to Lublin; adds Turin, Grenoble and Salzburg to its Dublin network and Turin from London Stansted.
Hands up airport business development managers if Air Canada’s network planners have told you in the past that without a first-class market they won’t fly long-haul into your airport? Well that problem has gone away this week following the launch of its all-leisure, discount carrier “rouge.”
Ryanair becomes the first carrier to fly to Poland’s latest airport in Lublin; adds three routes to its Maastricht offering
Ryanair expands in Maastricht with services to Dublin, London Stansted, and Venice Treviso; adds a domestic route in France; inaugurates flights to Lublin.
SpiceJet launches new international route from Kochi to Dubai.
Aer Lingus now flies from Dublin Airport in Ireland to Copenhagen Airport in Denmark, and moves to Belfast City Airport, George Best.
Ryanair commences services from Warsaw Modlin to eight European cities.
Air Moldova now flies from Chisinau via Frankfurt Airport in Germany to Dublin Airport in Ireland.
So Ryanair is making another attempt at acquiring Aer Lingus. The aviation environment has changed considerably in the last five years but how much do the networks of the two carriers already overlap in the key Dublin market? Which major European airports does Aer Lingus not already serve?