Wales world cup bid
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Ryanair publishes cancellation list

Ryanair today confirmed that it has published the full list of flight cancellations  between 21st September and  31st October. These cancellations have been allocated where possible, to Ryanair’s bigger base airports, and routes with multiple daily frequencies so that Ryanair can offer these disrupted customers the maximum number of alternate flights and [read more]

Easyjet Terminal Scene
News

Worldwide by easyJet lets you seamlessley connect

Easyjet has launched Worldwide by easyJet, the first global connections service by a low-cost airline Designed to be a disruptive force in air travel Worldwide by Easyjet offers a simpler alternative to the costly and complex codeshare agreements of legacy airlines. Now passengers can connect with airline flights by launch [read more]

Anglesey Ynys Mon Airport
Cardiff Airport News

Happy Valley at Anglesey Airport

The airport in the Isle of Barra Scotland may be bijou and quirky but the civilian airport at RAF Valley on the Isle of Anglesey is the very model of compact modern efficiency. Known in Welsh as Maes Awyr Môn, Anglesey Airport (VLY/EGOV) only handles two flights a day, both [read more]

Alitalia A330 at Cardiff Airport
News

Ryanair’s choice: Alitalia or Air Berlin

According to Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary, Ryanair’s future planning could include parts of both Alitalia and Air Berlin Speaking at a press conference in London yesterday,  Michael O’Leary said he intended to make a bid for some 90 Alitalia jets by the first week of October, which brings the next phase of [read more]

Flybe & Eastern begin formal Alliance
Cardiff Airport News

Flybe’s first day with Eastern Airways

Island communities in particular will, from today, enjoy the added benefits of extra choice, lower fares and a wealth of onward connections as Flybe’s new joint venture flights with alliance partner, Eastern Airways, take to the skies for the first time in Scotland. To further mark its longstanding commitment to [read more]

Ryanair B737-800 after takeoff (src Wikipedia)
Civil Aviation

Ryanair joins Airlines UK

You might have thought that Ryanair would be Marxian (Groucho) in its approach to club membership (“I don’t want to belong to any club that will accept me as a member”) however, it has announced that it has joined Airlines UK (AUK), the industry body representing UK-registered carriers. Ryanair, which will carry [read more]