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Ryanair increases frequency on Top Five Dublin-UK routes this winter

Aer Lingus Hub strategy drives long-haul performance

EirTrade Aviation acquires Boeing 737-500 for Teardown at Ireland West Facility

New BA Airbus A380 Flies to Shannon Airport

What has Kestrel Engineering Ltd in common with the Boeing Dreamliner?

"The Speedtwin" maiden Irish flight demonstration at Shannon Airport

EI-FAU ATR72-600 Delivered to Aer Arann

EI-FAT ATR72-600 Delivered to Aer Arann

M-KATE Airbus A319CJ Fuel stops in Dublin en-route Alaska

Pope Francis travels on Irish registered Alitalia aircraft to Brazil

German Air Force Airbus A310 repainted at Dublin

Brussels South Charleroi Airport & Ryanair against proposed Walloon air travel tax

Ryanair celebrates 9.5 million passengers at Cork Airport

Yangon Airways takes delivery of ex-Aer Arann ATR72-500

Fourth consecutive month of Dublin Airport traffic growth

New Gulfstream G650 for Denis O'Brien

Minoan Air to end Dublin service

Nominate us for Blog Awards Ireland 2013

Turkish Airlines Borussia Dortmund sponsored 737-800 first visit to Dublin Airport

June passenger numbers up 6% at Dublin Airport

Dublin one of Europe's fast growing airports

Small Planet Airlines operates Alitalia charters to Irish Airports

Aer Arann wet-leases second ATR72 from Danish Air Transport

EI-LNA Boeing 787 Norwegian operates first revenue service

Ryanair announces new Cork-East Midlands route

Aer Lingus reports strong growth in Transatlantic traffic

Ryanair carries 7.96 million passengers in June up 2%

Shannon Airport welcomes new Aer Lingus year-round services to United States

Dublin Airport welcomes new Aer Lingus routes to San Francisco & Toronto

Air Contractors wet-leases Boeing 757s to Aer Lingus to support Transatlantic growth

Aer Lingus expands Transatlantic route network from Dublin and Shannon

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation launches new fund to grow Aviation sector in Ireland

Aer Lingus Regional launches new route from Dublin to Manchester