Ryanair to Cut Back on Aircraft at Dublin and Shannon

The chief executive of Ryanair, Michael O’Leary yesterday announced that Ryanair would be cutting back on aircraft numbers at Dublin and Shannon Airport for their winter timetable. This adds to the five planes which have already been removed from Dublin this year. With two hundred and fifty job losses already recorded by the airline this ...

DAA Advertisement Questioned

Ryanair were once again at war with the Dublin Airport Authority today. The long running feud between the groups continued today with Ryanair accusing the DAA of false advertising. In a recent advertising run the DAA advised passengers to arrive ninety minutes before their flight time in order to be sure of catching their flight ...

Aer Lingus Drop Two Dublin Routes

Aer Lingus announced today that they will no longer be running two routes from Dublin from the 25th of October. The two routes affected are San Francisco and Washington. These routes will come under review again in 2010 and may be put back into operation. The Chicago flight from Shannon Airport will also be suspended ...

Terminal Two Work Continues

Last weekend saw the installation of three of the largest escalators in Ireland take place at Terminal Two Dublin Airport. The escalators weigh in at twenty eight and a half tonnes each as work continues on the terminal. As part of the overall six hundred and ten million project the escalators will provide a connection ...