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Rhode Island visits Cork Airport on back of new Norwegian service
Travel, trade and tourism representatives from Rhode Island have visited Cork to reinforce the links between the two areas following a similar trip made by Irish officials to the US state during the summer. The Rhode Island group, led by Mark Brodeur, Director of Tourism, Rhode Island Commerce Corporation, flew into Cork with Norwegian on its […]
Michael O’Leary: Ryanair will be just one of 10-12 parties making binding offers for Alitalia
Ryanair will make bdining ofer in December to buy Alitalia Ryanair are not ‘about to buy’ Alitalia Michael O’Leary CEO of Ryanair says his airline will be just one of 10-12 parties making binding offers for Alitalia. Speaking at a press conference in Swords, Michael O’Leary said: We have made two non-binding offers for Alitalia. […]
Ryanair: ‘No longer negotiating with Norwegian’ to feed long haul services
Michael O’Leary, CEO of Ryanair says that his airline are no longer negotiating with Norwegian to feed their long haul services. He says that negotiations will continue to feed the services of Air Europa in Madrid and Aer LIngus in Dublibn. He also expr4essed fears for the future of Norwegian, saying that he expects pilots […]
Wednesday’s child is full of woe, Ryanair’s COMPLETE calendar of cancellations, Monday Sept 25th to Sunday October 28th
MONDAY: Sept 25th & October 2nd, 9th, 16th & 23rd FR6341 Barcelona – Rome Fiumicino FR6342 Rome Fiumicino – Barcelona FR9045 Barcelona – Stansted FR9044 Stansted – Barcelona FR4545 Barcelona – Porto FR4546 Porto – Barcelona FR8495 Milan Bergamo – Brindisi FR8496 Brindisi – Milan Bergamo FR5392 Milan Bergamo – Lamezia FR5393 Lamezia – Milan […]
Ryanair concede they will pay compensation for cancellations
Ryanair passengers whose flights are cancelledover the next two weeks are to get compensation. the airline wil not be claiming espectional circumstances for their annual leave fiasco. ‘This is OUR mess-up,” CEO Michael O’Leary told a press conference in Swords. Key points from the press conference were: This was a mess up by the airline Michael O’Leary […]
Ryanair cancellations from Dublin Monday to Wednesday
MONDAY: FR1452@ 06:30 Brussels; FR3104 Amsterdam; FR562 Manchester  ; FR114 London Gatwick ; FR508 Bristol; FR6395 Barcelona El Prat (BCN); TUESDAY:; FR 8556 Berlin Schonefeld; FR5774 Glasgow; FR1901 Krakow; WEDNESDAY: FR22 Paris Beauvais; FR 554 Manchester; FR3104 Amsterdam; FR508 Bristol Live flight cancellations here       Related posts: Lufthansa to complete takeover of Brussels […]
CAR says Ryanair will have to pay compensation for cancelled flights
CAR says special circumstances do not apply Ryanair says it is contacting all passengers tomorrow to reassure them The Commission for Aviation Regulation has said Ryanair will have to pay compensation to passengers whose flights have been cancelled with less than two weeks’ notice. The ragulator says on its website that passngers affected by the Ryanair […]
Domhnal Slattery planning major acquisition to make Avolon leader in world aviation leasing leader
Domnhal Slattery wants to be biggest in world Currently in third positon Growth can be achieved by one big acquisition Ennis born Avolon founder Domhnal Slattery told Gerry Butler of the International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading that he is seeking another acquisition in a bid to become the largest aircraft lessor in ithe world. The company, […]
Ryanair to cancel 50 flights daily because of crew holiday roster glitch
Ryanair to cancel 50 flights daily Standby aircraft will help punctuality On time rate fell below 80pc Ryanair is to cancel up to 50 flights daily for the next six weeks in an attempt, it says, to free up more standby aircraft and improve punctuality. Ryanair are to allocated additional standby aircraft to restore on-time […]
Qatar Airways to seek new Ireland boss as Jonathan Keenan to leave position
Qatar Airways’ Commercial Manager for Ireland, Jonathan Keenan, is to leave the post after two months in the job, Travel Extra has learned. The respected airline veteran was previously Commercial Manager at British Airways, and was also a Network Analysis Executive at the IAG-owned airline, and also a Route Analyst at Aer Lingus. Mr Keenan, […]
Second new route for Shannon in one day as Ryanair launches Barcelona Reus service
Ryanair has launched a new Shannon route to Barcelona Reus, with a twice-weekly service commencing in March 2018, the first of its Shannon summer 2018 routes. It comes on the same day as the announcement of Air Canada‘s new route from the midwest airport to Toronto Pearson. Ryanair’s Robin Kiely said: “We are pleased to launch a […]
Air Canada launches new Dublin-Montreal, Shannon-Toronto services and expands offerings
Non-stop, seasonal Shannon-Toronto, Dublin-Montreal routes to begin June 2018 As announced by Travel Extra, existing Dublin-Toronto service will transfer to Air Canada mainline from Air Canada Rouge beginning October 29, with increased frequencies this winter, daily next summer Seasonal Dublin-Vancouver service resumes next summer with an increase in frequencies from 3w to 5w Air Canada […]
United to launch summer season earlier from Dublin to Chicago
American carrier United is to extend its summer service between Dublin Airport and Chicago for the 2018 season. Daily seasonal services from Dublin to the Windy City begin earlier, on April 9, and will extend to October 26. It’s one of a number of changes to its flight schedule and the airline will also be […]
Cork Airport welcomes Norwegian’s Max 8 aircraft to ply transatlantic route to Boston Providence
Norwegian’s new more fuel and noise-efficient Boeing 737 MAX 8 has landed at Cork Airport in time for its scheduled departure to Boston Providence. Norwegian is the first European airline to receive and fly the new aircraft. The MAX 8, which is more competitive for the transatlantic market, will now operate the direct Norwegian service to […]
Pilots wanted as Norwegian announces it’s to open base at Dublin to support transatlantic routes
Norwegian said it’s to open a pilot base at Dublin Airport later this year to support the airline’s growing international operations, including the new transatlantic routes from Dublin, Cork, Shannon and Belfast. Recruitment is now under way for new pilot positions for the Dublin base. Earlier this summer, Norwegian launched 24 weekly transatlantic flights from […]
Ethiopian Airlines ushers in a new year and a new Ireland boss at airport hotel event
Ethiopian Airlines celebrated two major occasions as it hosted trade and media at the Clayton Hotel, Dublin Airport. September 11 marked the country’s new year and also the passing of the baton from Ireland head Michael Yohannes to Meseret Tekalign. The team from the airline here in Dublin and the Ethiopian Embassy in Dublin celebrated […]
Ryanair to offer taxi and rail transfers as it extends CarTrawler deal
Ryanair is to extend its partnership with Dublin-headquartered CarTrawler for another two years. The airline said the “world’s leading B2B travel technology platform” powers Ryanair Car Hire, for Ryanair’s 131m customers on the website.  Ryanair Car Hire offers customers a direct connection to over 1,500 leading and independent car rental agents in over 30,000 […]
Michael Yohannes to depart Ireland to become Ethiopian’s Country Manager in Britain
Michael Yohannes is leaving his role as Ireland Country Manager to take up the position of Country Manager for Ethiopian in Britain. Mr Yohannes, who arrived in Ireland with his family in early 2015, was pivotal in launching the first Dreamliner service from Dublin Airport flying direct to Los Angeles and Addis Ababa. It was also the first time an […]
Aer Lingus Miami flight leaves 2 hours 30 minutes early to beat IRMA landfall
Airports across Florida will begin closing today, with operations at most ceasing until at least Monday. Aer Lingus Miami flight EI141@12:30 today will be 2 hrs 30 mins earlier than the originally scheduled 15.00. It will arrive in Miami at 16:45. Return flight also leaves two hours and 4o minutes early EI140@18.30 instead of 21:10 and […]
Ryanair bans larger bags from the cabin UNLESS you pay €5 for priority boarding
  November 1 brings end of larger bags in the cabin for ALL passengers Ryanair bans larger bags from the cabin UNLESS you buy priority boarding Check-in bag allowance to increase from 15kg to 20kg  Check-in bag fee will be cut from €35 to €25 for 20kg bag Priority Boarding Plus, Flexi Plus & Family […]

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Ryanair cancellations from Dublin Monday to Wednesday

Ryanair cancellations from Dublin Monday to Wednesday

MONDAY: FR1452@ 06:30 Brussels; FR3104 Amsterdam; FR562 Manchester  ; FR114 London Gatwick ; FR508 Bristol; FR6395 Barcelona El Prat (BCN); TUESDAY:; FR 8556 Berlin Schonefeld; FR5774 Glasgow; FR1901 Krakow; WEDNESDAY: FR22 Paris Beauvais; FR 554 Manchester; FR3104...

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