Thursday, 21 May 2015

Ryanair increases frequencies on 12 routes from Dublin Airport this winter season

Ryanair Boeing 737-800 
Irish budget carrier Ryanair is to increase frequencies on 12 routes from Dublin for Winter 2015/6 season, commencing 26th October on a mix of business and leisure routes.

Ryanair will operate a six times weekly service to Alicante, a daily service to Faro and Malaga, Barcelona will increase from two to three times daily, Berlin Schonefeld will operate nine times weekly, Madrid increases from tweleve times weekly to eighteen times weekly, five flights per week to Tenerife South and eight times weekly between Dublin and Warsaw Modlin.

In response to strong customer demand Ryanair will increase frequencies to Birmingham from four to six times daily and Manchester from five to six times daily, and Liverpool from three to four times daily and London Gatwick from five to six times daily.

The airline will also operate two new services to Copenhagen and Lublin next winter as well as extending its Venice Treviso service to a year-round service.

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South Aer FBO announces new Cork Airport facility underlining their long term commitment

Image courtsey of Global FBO Consult  
South Aer FBO continues to develop their Cork International Airport operation, underlining their long term commitment to the airport.

Managing Director Pat Forde announced established FBO has acquired a new, modern and excellently located facility at Compass House, next to the ramp. “We have also purchased new GSE, including air stairs (suitable for ACJ/BBJ), GPU, Potable Water and Lav Carts and diesel tug. Our front of house and ground operations staff have been supplied with newly designed uniforms and branded name badges, adding to our corporate image.

“We currently handle in excess of 77% of the BizAv traffic at Cork International & are the airport’s only dedicated BizAv facility. We believe our position as a family run FBO gives us the edge & allows us to provide the highest level of personal service our clients can expect anywhere. But we are standing still.

I feel the time is right for South Aer to look at upping our game, extending to our existing clients an even better experience & offering new services while identifying new revenue streams for our business”

Cork International is the natural gateway to Ireland’s entire South & Midlands region for destination traffic as well as sitting smack bang under the North Atlantic tracks for tech stop traffic. Operating 24 hours a day with ILS CAT 2B, Fire CAT 7 (8 & 9 on request), No Slots, EU Point of Entry, Quick Turnaround & BizAv friendly airport.

Cork is ideal start point on Wild Atlantic Way which features some of the world’s finest Golf Links & Courses, Lake, River & Sea Angling, fabulous restaurants, high end shopping, historic sites & stunning country side.

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