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  • Ryanair board approves transatlantic plans

    Ryanair is in talks with manufacturers with a view to ordering long-haul aircraft after its board approved plans to begin transatlantic flights.

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  • INTERIORS: Technology spurs short-haul IFE growth

    ​No matter how much airline marketing departments would like to make us believe that flying on their long-haul services...

  • ​OPINION: Walsh all set to steer IAG to next opportunities

    While the US legacy triumvirate have been making headlines about unfair competition from the Gulf carriers, Europe's...

  • Irish state presses IAG for better Aer Lingus terms

    ​Ireland’s government is seeking better terms from IAG before surrendering its shareholding in flag-carrier Aer...

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  • ANALYSIS: Airlines reap benefits of cheap funding for now

    News | 14 Apr 2015 12:47 | Laura Mueller

    ​Strong capital markets are proving to be a boost for airlines looking to raise capital this year, but this strong market sentiment should be met with guarded optimism as the financial recovery is anything but ordinary.
  • ROUTES: Glasgow predicts 8.3 million passengers over full year

    News | 13 Apr 2015 09:02 | Michael Gubisch

    Glasgow airport is aiming to grow its passenger volume around 8% to 8.3 million passengers this year as its traffic gradually recovers back toward the 2006 peak of 8.85 million.
  • ANALYSIS: How Europe's hardest-hit airports are driving growth

    News | 07 Apr 2015 09:00 | Oliver Clark

    Some of the European markets hardest hit by the recession, compounded by the debt and currency crisis in the eurozone that accompanied it, are now leading the pace of growth in the region.
  • ANALYSIS: Preparing for a connectivity revolution

    News | 02 Apr 2015 09:14 | Kerry Reals

    ​Like the air we breathe, access to wi-fi is increasingly seen as a necessity to get us through the day. Gone are the days when airline passengers were content to be incommunicado during their time on board an aircraft.
  • Aer Lingus focus on transatlantic a deterrent for Etihad: chief

    News | 26 Mar 2015 16:58 | Oliver Clark

    Etihad Airways elected not to invest further in Aer Lingus because the Irish carrier decided to focus on transatlantic markets rather than on connecting traffic to Abu Dhabi, chief executive James Hogan reveals.
  • ANALYSIS: O'Leary still at first base on transatlantic

    News | 26 Mar 2015 12:11 | Graham Dunn

    For those believing Michael O'Leary's much talked-of interest in launching a transatlantic operation is just another headline-grabbing move by the publicity-hungry Ryanair boss, developments over the last 10 days will have given them more ammunition.