All posts tagged "Aviation"

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    DAA Brings Major Aviation Conference to Ireland

    Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) is bringing a major international aviation conference to Ireland this April. CAPA’s CEO Summit, ‘Airlines in Transition’, will feature up to 30 airline chief executives and more than 200 senior figures from the international aviation sector. Billed as the biggest gathering of chief executives from full service, hybrid...

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    DARTing to Dubai!

    Dublin commuters have a new destination on their DART service … Dubai! To promote its new daily Dublin – Dubai service starting on 9th January 2012, Emirates has rebranded an entire DART train – inside as well as outside. The United Arab Emirates airline will be offering First, Business and Economy Class...

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    Collier departs for London City Airport

    London City Airport (LCY) has announced that CEO, Richard Gooding OBE, is to step down from his...

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    Emirates Announces Earlybird Fares from Dublin

    Emirates have announced its Earlybird fares for travel from Dublin to a range of worldwide destinations to celebrate the launch of services on 9th January 2012.    Earlybird Economy Class return fares include Dublin – Dubai from €505; Durban from €689; Perth from €905; Mumbai from €445 and Kochi starting from €499. All prices...

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    United Airlines to Launch Manchester – Washington DC Non-Stop Service in May 2012

    United Continental Holdings, Inc. have announced that United Airlines will launch daily non-stop service from Manchester to its Washington DC hub, Dulles International Airport, effective 2nd May 2012 (westbound), subject to government approval.   “We are delighted to offer our customers non-stop service to Washington DC, in addition to New York,” said Bob...

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    Etihad Airways has won the award for “Best Business Class” at the 2011 Biz Travel Forum in Milan.

      In its ninth year, the Biz Travel Forum is a travel trade exhibition, involving services and...

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    Emirates seeks Irish Cabin Crew

    Emirates, is hosting four recruitment open days in Ireland to help fill its requirement for 4000 cabin crew, this financial year.  The recruitment open days are being held in advance of the launch of Emirates‘ daily passenger service from Dublin – Dubai, in January 2012. Emirates already employs 232 Irish nationals, 139...

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    Deutsche Bahn Appoints its First Agency in Ireland

    The Vaults underneath Connolly Station in Dublin was the perfect venue for the introduction of DB Bahn:...

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    IATA Issues Gloomy Forecast for Global Aviation

    IATA issued a gloomy forecast for global aviation saying total airline profits would be significantly less than originally forecast. As late as December IATA – representing some 230 airlines – was arguing carriers around the world would make $9.1 billion in profits but have scaled this back to $8.6.