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Ryanair announces new Zagreb to Dublin winter connection

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                                                                    In a very positive development for the re-building of route connectivity Ryanair has announced a new route from Zagreb to Dublin commencing 2nd December. The Zagreb to Dublin route will operate three times weekly on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays operated by an Lauda Europe Airbus A320-200 on behalf of Ryanair DAC. The Ryanair Group will base 3 Lauda Europe Airbus A320-200 aircraft in Zargeb from December operating a total of 24 routes with 62 weekly flights.  Irish Aviation Research Institute © 23 July 2021 All Rights Reserved

First Lauda Europe Airbus A320 visits Belfast City Airport , Plans London Stansted Base

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                                                                   The first visit of a Lauda Europe Airbus A320 to Belfast City Airport took place on Wednesday 21st July as OE-IHH Airbus A320-232 MSN 2502 operated RYR2441/2440 to and from Palma arriving at 1055 local and departed at 1146 local operating on behalf of Ryanair DAC. According to Aviation Direct website Lauda Europe plans to open a new base in London Stansted at the start of IATA Winter season on 31st October with 'Several A320s'.  This will be the third new base for Lauda Europe this year after after Zadar and Zagreb in Croatia.  Lauda Europe is a Maltese low-cost airline a subsidiary of the Ryanair Group operating on behalf of its parent company Ryanair DAC with a fleet of 29 Airbus A320-200 aircraft. Lauda Europe is based in Vienna and recently launched a new base Zadar (1st July) with two Airbus A320s and a new base in Zagreb is to open on 1st September with two Airbus A320s. Irish Aviation Research Institute ©

Aer Lingus applies to US DoT to codeshare with JetBlue Airways

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                                                                  On 21st July Aer Lingus made a formal application to the US Department of Transportation (DoT) to request a statement of authorization to the extent necessary to enable it to display the B6* designator code of its existing codeshare partner, JetBlue Airways Corporation (JetBlue).   Aer Lingus Limited specifically requested authority to display the JetBlue B6* designator code on flights operated by Aer Lingus Limited from any point or points behind any Member State of the European Union via any point or points in any Member State, and via intermediate points to any point or points in the United States and beyond.  Aer Lingus Limited also requested authority to display the JetBlue B6* designator code on flights operated by Aer Lingus Limited between any point or points in the United States and any point or points in any member of the European Common Aviation Area.  Aer Lingus and JetBlue Airways relationship has grown over