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Norwegian launches biggest ever USA sale from the UK and Ireland

15 transatlantic routes included in the autumn sale from £140/€99 one-way Airline has also included the Premium cabin for the first time with fares from £415 one-way Norwegian has today launched its autumn sale offering holiday makers from across the UK and Ireland the chance to book flights to the USA for less. For two… Read More ›

EASA addresses aviation’s impact on climate change.

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) proposes today that newly designed aeroplane types meet a CO2 standard from the 1st of January 2020, and that aeroplane types already in-production meet a separate CO2 standard starting from the 1st of January 2023. The objective of this so-called ‘Opinion’ published on 7 November 2017 by EASA is… Read More ›

CityJet proud to host Orbis Flying Eye Hospital in Dublin

The Orbis Flying Eye Hospital is being showcased today at Dublin Airport, where it will be accessible to members of the public who have registered with Orbis, the international NGO which is dedicated to fighting blindness and promoting eye care. CityJet is facilitating this visit and providing access to the aircraft for registered guests through… Read More ›

RYANAIR Tops 50,000 Twitter followers.

IRELAND’S BIGGEST AIRLINE IS NOW THE BIGGEST ON TWITTER. Ryanair, Ireland’s favourite airline, today (4 Feb) celebrated reaching 50,000 followers on its official Twitter account @Ryanair in just four months, ensuring Ireland’s favourite airline is now Ireland’s most followed airline on Twitter. Ryanair joined Twitter in late September so that its 81m passengers and the… 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 ›

JetBlue and Aer Lingus Announce Codeshare Agreement.

JetBlue Airways (Nasdaq: JBLU), New York‘s Hometown Airline™, and Aer Lingus, Ireland‘s flag carrier, today announced a codeshare agreement that expands upon the partnership that has linked the two carriers’ networks at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and Boston’s Logan International Airport since 2008. Flights operated by JetBlue and featuring the Aer Lingus “EI” flight number will soon be available for… 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 ›

Sikorsky Completes Production of the S-92® Helicopter for Irish Coast Guard Search and Rescue Operations

Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX), has completed production of an S-92®helicopter for operation by CHC Helicopter on behalf of the Irish Coast Guard. Equipped for dedicated search and rescue (SAR) operations, the helicopter will provide coverage for deep Atlantic Ocean missions, service Ireland’s offshore islands, and provide rescue cover from… Read More ›

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