Top News on Faro

  • Spotlight shines on Ryanair operations

    Ryanair is about to lock horns again with Europe's media on the issue of safety. There is no doubt that the Irish budget carrier has an adversarial...

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  • BMIbaby to close Cardiff and Manchester bases

    UK budget carrier BMIbaby is to pull out of its Cardiff and Manchester bases and increase services from Belfast City...

  • Breakdown in ATC communication led to serious Irish air proximity incident between MD-83 and Boeing 737

    Irish investigators are attributing a serious air proximity incident between a Flightline Boeing MD-83 and a Ryanair...

  • EasyJet to acquire GB Airways as BA axes its UK franchises

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  • EasyJet to open Porto base

    News | 15 Jul 2014 14:06

    UK low-cost carrier EasyJet is to open a base in Porto next spring, its second in Portugal and 25th overall.
  • ANALYSIS: How Europe’s LCCs are getting down to business

    News | 22 May 2014 11:35 | Graham Dunn

    The lines between low-cost carriers and their network rivals have blurred so much over recent years as to make segmenting operators by type almost academic.
  • Thomson to add 29 new routes for summer 2015

    News | 28 Apr 2014 15:48 | Niall O'Keeffe

    TUI Travel subsidiary Thomson Airways is to add a total of 29 new routes from UK regional airports as part of its schedule for next year’s summer season.
  • ANALYSIS: London airport summer schedules snapshot

    News | 09 Apr 2014 10:25 | Oliver Clark

    ​Flightglobal analyses the changes in the summer 2014 schedule changes at London's airports based on new Airport Coordination Limited (ACL) slot data
  • Ryanair to close Lisbon-Faro route within month of launch

    News | 08 Apr 2014 10:10 | Oliver Clark

    Ryanair has decided to axe its new Lisbon-Faro route just three days after it was launched.
  • Ryanair sees weak competition at Lisbon and Athens

    News | 06 Feb 2014 11:46 | Oliver Clark

    Ryanair’s decision to grow aggressively at Lisbon, Thessaloniki and Athens this summer is motivated by the disarray it perceives at TAP Portugal and Aegean Airlines, its better relationships with airport operators, and the caution of its low-cost rival EasyJet, deputy chief executive Michael Cawley indicates.