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Record May2018 - 50th Consecutive Month Of Growth At Dublin Airport
Swissport Opens Aspire Business Lounge At Cork Airport
Gohop - Amazing city break deals from €150 per person!
American Partners with NASA/FAA to Develop the Next Version of the Air Transportation System
Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa and Swiss update.
British Airways New Dublin - Manchester service
Flying Blue, the loyalty programme of AIR FRANCE and KLM
Delta marks 30 years of flying to Dublin
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American Partners with NASA/FAA to Develop the Next Version of the Air Transportation System

For the past few years, American Airlines team members have been working with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and NASA engineers in the airline’s Control Center at CLT to develop the future of not just airspace but also ramp and gate management.

 

Control Center Lead Agent Kenya Golden has been part of the field testing. She and her fellow team members have shared their professional feedback and experiences to help guide development of tools the industry will use in the future.

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Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa and Swiss update.
Austrian - Premium Economy Class on all long-haul routes

More comfortable seats, more free baggage allowance, more legroom – the advantages of the new myAustrian Premium Economy Class speak for themselves and offer business travellers the comfort they need to arrive rested at their destination. The new travel class is now available on all Austrian Airlines long-haul flights: all eleven myAustrian long-haul aircraft have been successfully refitted and equipped with a total of 228 Premium Economy Class seats.

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British Airways New Dublin - Manchester service

British Airways launched their new weekly service Dublin to Manchester on 18th May.

 

Welcoming the new service, Dublin Airport Managing Director, Vincent Harrison said “We are delighted to see British Airways expand its route network from Dublin Airport and I have no doubt this new service will be popular for both Irish and UK-based passengers.  We will continue to work closely with British Airways to promote its new route.”

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Flying Blue, the loyalty programme of AIR FRANCE and KLM

Flying Blue, the loyalty programme of AIR FRANCE and KLM, has 15 million members and groups together more than 39 airlines and over 100 non-airline partners.

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Delta marks 30 years of flying to Dublin
U.S. airline has carried almost five million customers since its first flight in 1988.

Bros were topping the charts, and just as "Coming to America" was hitting the cinemas, Delta was coming from America to Dublin. But while Bros may no longer be at No. 1 and shoulder pads are out of fashion, 30 years on from its maiden flight to the capital, Delta is stronger than ever in Ireland.

In June 1988, Delta flew to Dublin from Atlanta via Shannon using a Lockheed L-1011-500 TriStar aircraft five times a week. Fast-forward to 2018, and Delta operates nonstop flights to three cities in the United States from Dublin – Atlanta, Boston and New York-JFK – flying its popular A330 as well as Boeing 767 and 757 aircraft all with upgraded interiors. The airline also has a summer service from Shannon to New York-JFK. But what’s really striking is the on-board experience. Who could have predicted that Wi-Fi would now be standard and that customers could keep in touch with friends and family on the ground – for free – using Delta’s in-flight messaging service?

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