CityJet open to additional regional acquisitions if part of a legacy flying contract

Irish regional carrier CityJet has ambitions to become the leading Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance and Insurance (ACMI) provider in Europe as it seeks to carve out…..

Does Aer Lingus really wish to ‘own’ Dublin Airport’s Terminal 2?

Relations have deteriorated during the last year or so between Ireland’s national carrier Aer Lingus and the daa (Dublin Airport Authority) which owns and operates…..

Aer Lingus continues trans-Atlantic expansion and adds Philadelphia to its Dublin departure board

Irish carrier Aer Lingus is delivering on its promise to further build connectivity between Europe and North America with the announcement of a record trans-Atlantic…..

EUROPE INSIGHT: Irish market has strongest patriotism to its home airlines

In a world of globalisation national brands are increasingly crossing borders. Even in the highly regulated aviation business airline groupings have found ways around restrictive…..

Air Canada takes MAXimum advantage of aircraft range and performance advancements

Air Canada says the Boeing 737MAX-8 is the “right aircraft” to enable it to expand its trans-Atlantic air connectivity and expand its offering into the…..

Cathay Pacific to debut new Hong Kong connections to Brussels, Copenhagen and Dublin

Asian carrier Cathay Pacific has confirmed an anticipated expansion of its European network, facilitated by the arrival of its new Airbus A350-900 airliners.  The Hong…..

Ireland West Airport Knock CEO: State subsidised airport is ‘enabler’ for regional development

Ireland West Airport Knock CEO Joe Gilmore stated the Government subsidised airport is “value for money” and contributes to regional development. Mr Gilmore said: “We will…..