Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary at a press conference in Bratislava (Slovakia) this morning said he is considering opening a new Bratislava Base in 2014 or 2015 with two or three Boeing 737-800s subject to negotiations with the airport which will take place over the coming months enabling the carrier to double passenger numbers at Bratislava up to 2.5 million passengers per annum. In 2012 the airline carried 875,000 passengers from Bratislava and in Summer 2013 will operate 59 weekly flights to 16 destinations in Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Spain and UK. Ryanair launched the Dublin to Bratislava route in March 2006 and operates the route six times weekly. Irish Aviation Research Institute © 2nd October 2012 All Rights Reserved.
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Picture: Courtesy Aer Lingus JetBlue Airways yesterday officially Aer Lingus to JetBlue's Terminal 5 at New York JFK after the carrier moved to the terminal on 3rd April, further developing the partnership which began in 2008, as part of the move JetBlue will provide ground handling services to Aer Lingus. Aer Lingus VP Customer Service & Airport Operations North America Kevin Reichart said "We are excited about our move to JetBlue's 'state of the art' Terminal 5. This is a further development of our partnership. Aer Lingus and JetBlue share a dedication to our customers and enjoy reputations for providing great value service. Customers will now enjoy the convenience of same terminal connections and faster connecting times, in addition to the unique T5 experience." JetBlue Airways Senior Vice President of Marketing and Commercial Strategy Marty St. George said "We are pleased to welcome Ae
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Picture: Courtsey Air Seychelles Air Seychelles, the national airline of the Republic of Seychelles, continues to build its presence in Europe with an expansion of its codeshare agreement with Etihad Airways to Ireland. With the agreement, Air Seychelles will place its two-letter ‘HM’ code on Etihad Airways flights between Abu Dhabi and Dublin, complementing the island carrier’s current European codeshares with Etihad Airways to Brussels, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, Geneva, London, Manchester, Milan, and Paris. The expansion comes at a time when tourism figures from the UK and Ireland to the archipelago have been surging, with visitor arrivals from UK and Ireland up 21% from a year ago. Air Seychelles CEO Cramer Ball said "We are delighted to announce this codeshare expansion to Ireland with our equity alliance partner, Etihad Airways. Seychelles has a strong affinity with the UK and Eire, hearkening to a time whe