All posts tagged "Irish Aviation Authority"

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    Extra Busy Easter Weekend at Cork Airport

    Over 70,000 passengers will travel through Cork Airport this Easter holiday weekend. Today, Thursday 18 April (Holy...

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    Eurocontrol and iTEC Sign Air Traffic Agreement

    Eurocontrol and the members of the iTEC Collaboration, which includes air navigation service providers from across Europe,...

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    Irish Air Traffic Continues to Grow Strongly into 2019

    Figures released by the Irish Aviation Authority reveal a positive start to 2019, with a record number...

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    Dublin Airport and IAA Co-operate on New EU Initiative to Reduce Flight Delays

    Dublin Airport and the Irish Aviation Authority have embarked on a joint initiative to improve the flow...

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    Aer Lingus Gets Nostalgic About the DC-3

    To the sound of Vera Lynn singing ‘The White Cliffs of Dover’, Aer Lingus unveiled the return...

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    IAA: Do Not Use a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 On Any Flight

    The Irish Aviation Authority has advised that in light of recent incidents and concerns raised by Samsung...

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    Cork Airport Launches Drone Awareness Campaign

    A new awareness campaign aimed at drone users was launched at Cork Airport recently. The airport is...

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    Cork Airport Shows Strong August Performance

    Commercial air traffic at Cork Airport was up 19% in August compared with the same month in...

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    IAA Reports Bumper Summer Traffic Across Irish Skies

    Figures released by the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) indicate that the amount of traffic safely handled by...

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    Etihad Honoured at Aviation Industry Awards

    Etihad Airways has been named winner of the ‘Sustainability & Environment Award’ at Ireland’s inaugural Aviation Industry Awards 2014.The awards, sponsored by the Irish Aviation Authority, were launched this year to celebrate excellence within the country’s aviation sector, with winners being announced during a gala ceremony in Dublin this week, attended by...

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    CAR Issues Operating Licence to Norwegian Air

    The Commission for Aviation Regulation has issued an Operating Licence to Norwegian Air International. Meanwhile, Star Travel has been renamed Cook Medical Travel.  An Operating Licence licence permits the holder to transport by air passengers, mail and/or cargo for payment. In order to qualify, an applicant must satisfy certain requirements, including having...

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    FlightFest to Fly 30 Aircraft through Dublin City

    Thousands of people are expected to gather by the quays along the River Liffey, on Sunday 15thSeptember 2013 to experience the Irish Aviation Authority’s and Dublin City Council’s FlightFest, a once-in-a-lifetime, international aviation flypast. Over 30 aircraft will fly through the city of Dublin as part of the Gathering Ireland 2013. They...

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    CAR Issues Quality of Service Monitoring Reports

    The Commission for Aviation Regulation has published its Quality of Service reports for the fourth quarter of 2012 using information provided by the Dublin Airport Authority and the Irish Aviation Authority. The first report summarises the results for the quality of service schemes for aeronautical services at Dublin Airport, with new data...

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    IAA and AESA to Jointly Examine Ryanair Madrid Landing

    The Irish Aviation Authority and its Spanish counterpart AESA are to jointly examine the incident at Madrid Airport on Sunday 16th September when a Ryanair flight from Paris to Tenerife was diverted to Madrid due to a technical fault. There have been a number of diversions and emergency landings by Ryanair in...

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    CAR Reports on Q2 Quality of Service Monitoring

    The Commission for Aviation has prepared two Quality of Service reports for the second quarter of 2012 using information recently provided by the Dublin Airport Authority and the Irish Aviation Authority. The Quality of Service Report for Dublin Airport uses information provided by the DAA for the period April to June 2012....

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    CAR Invites Comments on Future Format for Regulatory Accounts Proposals

    In November 2011, the Commission for Aviation Regulation commenced a review of the format of regulatory accounts that the Irish Aviation Authority and Dublin Airport Authority prepare. The CAR indicated in April 2011 that it intended to review the format, and would advise parties of any planned changes in advance of implementation....