Showing posts from September 10, 2021

Blue Air Announces new Iasi to Dublin connection commencing in December

                                                                Blue Air announced the launch of a new route from Iasi to Dublin route commencing 19th December operating twice weekly on Wednesdays and Sundays using Boeing 737-8 MAX aircraft. In summer 2022 effective from 22nd June it will add a third weekly frequency on Fridays.    The carrier is establishing a new 737 MAX base in Iasi with 23 direct and one-stop destinations effective 27th March 2022 operating will operate 8 direct to Paris, Rome, Barcelona, Brussels and Cologne and over 15 one-stop services via its Bucharest base.  Blue Air Chief Commercial Officer Krassimir Tanev said "We are delighted to be announce our new base in Iasi, offering to our Iasi customers access to 23 great destinations in our network. “Blue Air is committed to play its part in the development of Iasi airport and to the benefit of Iasi community by offering even more and better travel options at affordable prices.” Iași Airport Provisional General

Eurowings restarts Dusseldorf to Dublin route

                                                                   Eurowings has resumed the Dusseldorf to Dublin route with effect from Friday 3rd September operating twice weekly on Fridays and Sundays. The route is operated by an Airbus A319-100 aircraft. The first service was operated by D-ABGK operating EWG9394/9395 (EWG39Z/8MX). The carrier is to resume Dublin to Cologne for the IATA Summer 2022 season commencing 31 March operating twice weekly.  Eurowings GmbH is a German low-cost carrier headquartered in Düsseldorf and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group operating a fleet of 82 aircraft Airbus A319 & Airbus A320-200 aircraft and two leased Boeing 737-800's. In 2022, the airline is due to receive its first five Airbus A320neo aircraft.  Irish Aviation Research Institute © 10 September 2021 All Rights Reserved

British Airways Cityflier resumes London City to Dublin route

                                                                    British Airways Cityflier resumed the London City to Dublin route effective from Monday 6th September operating 14 times weekly increasing to 21 times weekly from Monday 20th September using Embraer 190 aircraft. The flight was operated by G-LCAF Embraer 190LR msn 19000548 BA4468 touching down 1906 local departing as BA4471 2018 local. The aircraft has an Irish connection being formely registered to CDB Aviation as EI-GTG in 2020.  The number of flights from London City is set to increase more than 70 per cent during September to about 260 per week by month's end, based on data from Bloomberg NEF. British Airways Cityflier operates a fleet of 23 Embraer 190LR in an 98 seat two class configuration based at London City Airport. Last year the carrier phased out its fleet of 6 Embraer 170 in 65 seat configuration in favour of Embraer 190LR enabling the carrier to reduce unit costs and increase revenue maxmizing its Lon