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Ryanair November passengers at summer 2013 levels
  Passenger numbers up 15pc to 8.8m Load factor up 2pc to 95pc Rolling annual traffic to Nov up 16pc to 115.5m customers. Ryanair November passenger number growth accelerated in November to 8.4m. Ryanair aniticipates 119m passengers in full year 2016, putting it within sight of the Lufthansa group as Europe’s largest airline. It sets the […]
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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement: Can Spanish bedbank deal REALLY turn Ryanair into the ‘Amazon of travel?’
HEADLINES – AVIATION – AFLOAT – DEALWATCH – FOOD & WINE – HOTELS – INTERNATIONAL – IRELAND – STRANGE WORLD – TRAVEL TRADE Things to know about Travel this week  Qatar’s Dublin route still bogged down by A350 delays Ryanair Holidays revives the ghost of Lowcostbeds. Mary McKenna’s headline advice on hiring staff American updates […]
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At last: NAI granted license for Cork-Boston 4w & Shannon-Boston
Cork and Shanon Boston flights cleared  Three years to get the license The US Department for Transportation granted an unconditional permit to Norwegian Air International to operate services between Ireland and the US. The decision means that the airline can start operating the new routes from Cork and Shannon to Boston and the other new […]
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Titanic Belfast best visitor attraction at World Travel Awards
Titanic Belfast world’s leading attraction Guiness storehouse also shortlisted Titanic Belfast has been named the ‘World’s Leading Tourist Attraction’ at the World Travel Awards in the Maldives. Having already won Europe’s official Leading Tourist Attraction, Titanic Belfast finished ahead of eight attractions on the shortlist, Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi, the Las Vegas Strip, Machu Picchu in […]
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Minister Kyne call for Inis Mór winter ferry service to resume
Ferry services withdrawn on Wednesday No boat services for winter for first time in 140 years Seán Kyne, Minister of State for the Gaeltacht said he wants to see a boat running by this evening to Inis Mór after Island Ferries Teoranta, ended the service for the winter on Wednesday, The operator withdrew services following a […]
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Logitravel and World2Meet partner with Ryanair to offer package holiday option
Logitravel & World2meet join with Ryanair Airline claims to be the ‘Amazon of air travel’ Ryanair have chosen Spanish bedbank Logihotel and room sharing site Worldr2meet, a  rival of AirBnb,  as their partners to launch an accommodation option on the website of the Swords-based airline. Ryanair Holidays launched in England, Ireland and Germany, with other […]
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Irish hotel group Hidden Ireland launch coffee table book
A new coffee table book highlights the range of Ireland’s quirkiest and most historic hotels in the Hidden Ireland collection. Launched in The Little Museum of Dublin, the book, ‘Hidden Ireland – Discover Ireland’s most beautiful houses’, features 30 houses from Frewin in Co Donegal to Sallyport House in Co Kerry. Justin Green, chairman of […]
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Aircraft involved in soccer team tragedy in Medellin was former EI-RJK Avro RJ
The Avro RJ85 operated by Bolivian airline Lamia carrying 77 passengers that crashed near Medellin ws formelry registered in Ireland and operated by Cityjet. It was carrying members of the Chapecoense soccer team who were scheduled to play against Atlético Nacional in  the first leg of the 2016 Copa Sudamericana final, the South American equivalent of the Europe League. See […]
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Gold Circle members transfer to 4-tier Avios system
  More to revenue based system Four tiers of membership Membership to increase from 100,000 to 300,000 The 100,000 members of Aer Lingus Gold Circle have been transferred to Aer Club, the new Aer Lingus frequent flyer programme. While the Gold Circle Club was an airmiles-based programme with redeemable bonus points assigned based on the […]
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Ryanair November passengers at summer 2013 levels

  Passenger numbers up 15pc to 8.8m Load factor up 2pc to 95pc Rolling annual traffic to Nov up 16pc to 115.5m customers. Ryanair November passenger number growth accelerated in November to 8.4m. Ryanair aniticipates 119m passengers in full year 2016, putting it...

At last: NAI granted license for Cork-Boston 4w & Shannon-Boston

Cork and Shanon Boston flights cleared  Three years to get the license The US Department for Transportation granted an unconditional permit to Norwegian Air International to operate services between Ireland and the US. The decision means that the airline can start...

Titanic Belfast best visitor attraction at World Travel Awards

Titanic Belfast world’s leading attraction Guiness storehouse also shortlisted Titanic Belfast has been named the ‘World’s Leading Tourist Attraction’ at the World Travel Awards in the Maldives. Having already won Europe’s official Leading Tourist...

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Ryanair November passengers at summer 2013 levels

Ryanair November passengers at summer 2013 levels

  Passenger numbers up 15pc to 8.8m Load factor up 2pc to 95pc Rolling annual traffic to Nov up 16pc to 115.5m customers. Ryanair November passenger number growth accelerated in November to 8.4m. Ryanair aniticipates 119m passengers in full year 2016, putting it...

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Gold Circle members transfer to 4-tier Avios system

Gold Circle members transfer to 4-tier Avios system

  More to revenue based system Four tiers of membership Membership to increase from 100,000 to 300,000 The 100,000 members of Aer Lingus Gold Circle have been transferred to Aer Club, the new Aer Lingus frequent flyer programme. While the Gold Circle Club was an...

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