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Holiday Travel Tips from Dublin Airport

The Christmas period is probably one of the busiest for travel. And of course some people will be travelling with gifts for friends and loved ones..  Dublin Airport sent out a release earlier today to remind people that the normal rules and restrictions around carry on (and checked) luggage don’t change for Christmas. Honest. Dublin […]

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Dublin Airport Reports Record Numbers

Dublin Airport reports that they have recorded record numbers during July 2018.  During July 2018 the Irish airport welcomed 3.3 million passengers, making it the airport’s busiest month ever! More details below: Dublin Airport welcomed more than 3.3 million passengers in July, making it the busiest month ever in the airport’s 78 year history. Passenger […]

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Lufthansa Expands Dublin Footprint

Lufthansa has announced that they are adding a fifth daily service from Dublin to their main hub airport Frankfurt in Germany. The addition of the extra flight brings the number of flights on the route from 28 to 34 per week and increases the capacity by more than 20%. Welcoming today’s announcement, Dublin Airport Managing […]

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Singapore Airlines Named World’s Best Airline

Singapore Airlines have been named as the “World’s Best Airline” in the 2018 SkyTrax awards. They also took the top spot in the ‘World’s Best First Class’, ‘Best Airline in Asia’ and ‘Best First Class Airline Seat’ categories in the 2018 rankings. This is the fourth time SIA has been named ‘World’s Best Airline’. The […]

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Airlines Earn Nearly $30 Billion in Ancillary Revenue

Over the last few years many airlines have tweaked their business models. While they obviously still want to generate revenue from selling tickets for flights many have turned to ancillary sources of revenue to boost their bottom line. But how much are they earning? According to figures reported by CarTrawler airlines have earned close to $30 […]

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Dublin Airport Reports Record Traffic Numbers

Dublin Airport‘s traffic has been growing steadily over the last couple of years. Today the largest airport in Ireland reported that their traffic had hit a new high, with 3.1 million passengers passing through the airport in June 2018. That’s a 7% increase on last year’s passenger numbers. Full release below: Dublin Airport welcomed more […]

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Aer Lingus Summer Sale

Aer Lingus are currently offering up to 25% off flights to Europe. The offer covers bookings made at the moment for travel from August 21st 2018 through October 25th 2018. Fares start from as low as €24.99 one way. Full details over on the Aer Lingus site. Related Posts:IAG Buys 4.6% in NorwegianAer Lingus To […]

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Heathrow Express Announces Changes to Ticket Rules

Heathrow Express has announced a number of changes to the way their tickets work effective immediately. (For some odd reason the change was brought in on May 2, but they only emailed customers today!) Up until now it was possible to use the tickets without being overly concerned about which direction you’d bought etc., However […]

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IAG Buys 4.6% in Norwegian

The IAG Group, which owns both Aer Lingus and British Airways, as well as Iberia,.  has acquired 4.6% of Norwegian’s shares. According to a statement issued  by Norwegian via their Twitter account the company was unaware of the upcoming purchase of shares until after it was made, but view it as a positive endorsement of […]

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Watch Schiphol Evolve Over 100 Years

Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport is one of the major hubs in Europe. If you fly regularly you’ll probably have passed through at some stage. These days it’s the main hub for KLM, but also serves pretty much every other airline you can think of. Earlier this week the airport celebrated its centenary and in honour of […]

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