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Aer Lingus and CityJet join forces on Dublin-London City Route

Leasing deal with CityJet will see Aer Lingus fly to London City Airport from October Aer Lingus to operate 50 daily flights daily between Dublin and London Aer Lingus and CityJet today announced details of an agreement which builds on CityJet’s long-established presence at London City Airport and further expands Aer Lingus’ London schedule offering…. Read More ›

Kids take to the skies in search of Santa thanks to CityJet

It was a day to remember for over 30 children from Temple Street Children’s Hospital in Dublin as they embraced Christmas when they took to the skies above Ireland in search of Santa. In the company of their families, the children were guests of CityJet as its special Santa Express departed Dublin to check on… Read More ›

Dublin Selected as Site of IASS 2017

Flight Safety Foundation Wednesday announced that the 70th annual International Air Safety Summit (IASS) will be held in Dublin, Ireland, Oct. 23–25, 2017, and will be hosted by Aer Lingus. The announcement was made Wednesday on the final day of IASS 2016 in Dubai. “We are looking forward to bringing IASS back to Europe,” said… Read More ›

US Airways Adds 19th Trans-Atlantic Destination From International Gateway At Philadelphia.

Airline announces first ever non-stop service to Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh. his summer, US Airways (NYSE: LCC) customers will be able to take advantage of new non-stop daily service from the airline’s international gateway at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) to Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh.  For the first time, the airline will operate flights to and from Edinburgh… Read More ›

Eurocopter International Services and Starlite Aviation Ireland expand their partnership with operational quality management support.

Operational Quality Management Support (QMS) for Starlite Aviation Ireland’s growing helicopter fleet will be provided for another year by Eurocopter International Services (EIS) under terms of a new contract announced today at the Helitech International exposition in London. This extends an agreement signed in September 2012 for a complete support package provided to the Irish-based… Read More ›

Delta Flight to Tokyo-Narita to be First to Depart Concourse F at Atlanta’s New Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal.

Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) flight 295 to Tokyo-Narita will become the first flight to depart Concourse F at the new Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal when it opens tomorrow at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Shortly after flight 295’s departure, Delta flight 177 from Dublin, Ireland will be the first arrival on the new concourse…. Read More ›

Emirates brings forward 777 arrival in Ireland.

Emirates has introduced a larger aircraft on its Dublin route two months early because of surging demand. Effective 1st May, a 360-seat Boeing 777-300ER has been deployed to Dublin, which has become one of the airline’s most successful new passenger services. Just three weeks after the 9th January launch of flights, Emirates announced a larger… Read More ›


Ryanair, Ireland’s favourite airline today (15 May) called for a full and open explanation from the DAA monopoly and the Dept of Transport of precisely what is the nature of Dublin Airport’s security failure, the result of which means that flights from Dublin Airport will now carry the same security risk as flights from Afghanistan… Read More ›

AWAS announces delivery of second new Airbus A320 aircraft to LAN Airlines.

One of the leading passenger and cargo airlines in Latin America, LAN Airlines, based in Chile looks to AWAS to deliver innovative fleetsolution. Dublin-based global aircraft lessor, AWAS, announced that it has delivered a second new A320 passenger aircraft to LAN, one of the leading passenger and cargo airlines in Latin America. In late 2011 AWAS… Read More ›

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