Articles Tagged ‘DUB’
United Airlines now flies from Washington Dulles Airport to Dublin Airport in Ireland as well as Honolulu, Hawaii.
airBaltic takes on Ryanair on Riga – Dublin route, but only between June and August.
Aer Lingus Regional starts new route from Dublin Airport to London Southend Airport.
Aer Lingus launches new route to Bournemouth from Dublin.
Lufthansa has launched new routes to Dublin, Knock, Bari, Birmingham, Bastia and Odessa.
American Airlines returns to Dublin for the summer; Ryanair surprises Liverpool with a ‘fleshmob’ strip-off
With temperatures in Europe yet to turn summery, airlines celebrated the change of seasons in different ways. But why did American Airlines bake a cake in Dublin? And which of Europe’s LCCs surprised shoppers with a beach party in rather wintry conditions?
Ryanair launches major Greek offensive. Alexandroupolis, Araxos/Patras, Chania, Corfu, Kefalonia, Kos, Rhodes and Thessaloniki all benefit.
Aer Lingus connects Dublin Airport with Stockholm and Verona, links Cork to Brussels.
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 […]
Ryanair launches new routes from Budapest Airport as the low-cost airline establishes a base at the airport after Malev’s recent demise.
Ryanair returns to Budapest with five routes for summer; wants additional incentive to grow network further
According to Ryanair their relationship with some airports is a bit like a marriage. You fall out, you make up. Budapest would appear to have ‘kissed and made up’ as Ryanair returns after an 18 month hiatus. Three of the five new routes are to the UK but how has the UK – Hungary market […]
Emirates now flies to Dublin in Ireland, Rio de Janeiro in Brazil and Buenos Aires in Argentina from its Dubai Airport hub.