Royal Caribbean International demonstrated extraordinary commitment to its local customers and the Irish market as Ben Bouldin,...
Aer Arann is changing its name to Stobart Air – but the aircraft will continue to fly in the Aer Lingus Regional branding. The airline is partially owned by the
Aer Arann, operator of Aer Lingus Regional, received an award for ‘Airline of the Year’ at the European Regional Airlines Association (ERA) annual industry awards ceremony in Salzburg, Austria. The
Aer Lingus Regional, on behalf of Aer Arann, marked the first anniversary of operating to London Southend by introducing its brand new ATR-72-600 aircraft to passengers and the media. The route, which was
Aer Arann, which operates the Aer Lingus Regional flights for Aer Lingus, is to move its check-in to T2 at Dublin Airport. The move is effective from 1st May and
Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Aer Arann, will add an extra flight to Bristol from Cork Airport on 16th March 2013 to meet the demand for passengers flying to the
Aer Arann / Aer Lingus Regional has announced a series of measures to double passenger numbers in the next five years and “join Europe’s top tier of regional airlines by 2015”.
The Competition Authority has cleared the proposed transaction whereby Stobart Group Ltd would acquire sole control of Aer Arann. The transaction was notified by the parties under the Competition Act
Aer Arann, operating as Aer Lingus Regional, is to suspend its routes from Waterford Airport to Manchester, London Luton and London Southend from 6th January 2013. The airline will continue
The west of Ireland’s business and tourism sectors welcome the launch on Monday 11th June of Aer Lingus Regional’s new daily service from Ireland West Airport Knock to Birmingham, which
The Aer Lingus Regional Dublin to London Southend service operated by Aer Arann is now offering three daily return flights, morning, mid-afternoon and evening. With its new direct rail link
Aer Arann and Aer Lingus have announced that, under an expansion of their existing franchise relationship, Aer Arann will operate all of its services between Ireland and the UK, France
Aer Arann has announced the opening of a new Dublin – London route. From 10th May 2012, Aer Lingus Regional operated by Aer Arann will fly three daily return services
Aer Arann today announced the addition of two new Aer Lingus Regional routes and increased frequencies on nine of its existing routes as it unveiled details of its summer flight
Waterford Airport has launched a passenger friendly suite of online and technology services, including a new mobile website, online check-in service, online live flight information and free wi-fi in the
The Board and Management of Donegal Airport have welcomed the decision by the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Leo Varadkar TD, to award a three-year PSO contract to Loganair