British Airways Airbus A380-800 G-XLEC (Image: Aviation Media Agency)
Civil Aviation

IAG calls for digital health passes

International Airlines Group (IAG), which owns British Airways, has called for the creation and use of Digital Health Passes in order to reopen the skies. The boss of IAG, Luis Gallego said that there needed to be a clear roadmap for easing travel restrictions and that included “international common testing [read more]

Aer Lingus A330
Civil Aviation

Aer Lingus UK files for UK-US Routes

Aer Lingus has filed for permission to operate a number of UK to US routes using its new subsiduary, Aer Lingus UK. Aer Lingus UK is currently in the process of obtaining an Air Operators Certificate (AoC) from the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority and is hoping to launch transatlantic flights [read more]

British Airways Airbus A380-800 G-XLEC (Image: Aviation Media Agency)
Civil Aviation

BA parent IAG reports €6bn loss

British Airways parent company, International Airlines Group (IAG), has reported a €6bn loss in its Quarter 3 (Q3) financial results. The group, which also owns Aer Lingus, said Q3 had seen it run an operating loss of €5.9bn compared to a €2.5bn profit in the same period last year. IAG [read more]

An Aer Lingus Regional flight operated by Stobart Air
News

Manchester to Belfast City route takes off

The new Manchester (MAN/EGCC) to Belfast City Airport (BHD/EGAC) t route has got underway today when the first of four daily return services took off The Aer Lingus Regional service is operated by Stobart Air using an ATR72-600. Julian Carr, Aviation Director at Manchester Airport, said: “It’s great to see [read more]

Aer Lingus A320 at Dublin Airport
Air Safety

Aer Lingus under fire over packed flights

Irish carrier Aer Lingus (EI/EIN) has come under fire after images appeared on social media showing a packed flight from London to Belfast. The images posted on twitter by BBC NI journalist Kelly Bonner show a packed flight with most of the seats taken in breach of social distancing guidelines. [read more]