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Aer Arann Call Off Strike Action

Aer Arann will not be on strike this week. The Irish Airline Pilot’s Association (IALPA) has reached an agreement between it and Aer Arann management. The details of the proposed deal now need to be put to a vote of the affected members. In the interim all industrial action has been cancelled. Full story over […]

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Aer Lingus Issues Statement on Industrial Action

Aer Lingus public relations company just sent this out:   Statement from Aer Lingus Friday 16 August 2013 “The company has not been notified of any ballot by Aer Lingus pilots for strike action. We plan to continue to operate our full schedule as normal.” This is in relation to the planned industrial action by […]

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Aer Lingus Reports Passenger Numbers Increase

Aer Lingus have announced their results for June 2013. Compared to June 2012 the numbers are up by 3.1% With longhaul numbers up by 17.2% Here’s the full release (without the tabular data): Dublin & London, 4 July 2013: Aer Lingus Group plc (“Aer Lingus”), today announced traffic statistics for the month of June 2013. […]

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Air France / KLM Launch In-flight Wifi

Earlier this morning AF012 took off from Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport en route for New York’s JFK. Around the same time KLM Flight 757 left Amsterdam’s Schipol airport bound towards Panama City. What made this morning’s flights different is that they’re the first ones with in-flight wifi from Air France KLM. The service will […]

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Air France Extends No Frills Service

Air France recently introduced a “no frills” service on many of its European routes.The airline is calling the fares “MiNi fares” The fares are being pitched at travellers that travel without checked baggage and don’t want to earn frequent flier points via Air France’s Flying Blue. So what’s the difference? Compared to a standard fare […]

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Inflight ISP Offering Saturday Discounts

If you’ve flown on Delta, United, US Airways, Virgin or AirTran within the US then you’re probably familiar with in-flight ISP GoGo. They’re currently running an offer for fliers on Saturdays throughout the month of May. The offer is very simple: Every Saturday in May, we’ll be offering our All-Day Pass for 15-26% off the […]

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Aer Lingus Reports Passengers Down In April

Aer Lingus has released passenger traffic figures for April 2013. The airline is reporting that their passenger numbers for the month are lower than for the same period 12 months ago. However the different dates for Easter may have contributed to the drop: Total flown passenger numbers, including Aer Lingus Regional operations, decreased by 2.5% […]

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