Aer lingus launch first ever non-Irish route (Madrid-Washington)


Aer Lingus have announced a new route between Madrid and Washington DC which will commence in March 2010.

The route will be operated in partnership with United Airlines with whom Aer Lingus already operate code-share routes between the USA and Ireland since October 2008.

Aer Lingus also hinted that the pertnership with United Airlines may “may develop into a ‘broader and deeper’ joint venture”.

Tickets will be on sale in about 6 weeks and recruitment will be exclusively in the USA.

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Ryanair passengers in lucky escape


It was the most serious safety incident to hit the low cost airline, Ryanair, in it’s 23 year history.
16 people were hospitalised after a sudden loss of cabin pressure forced a flight from Bristol to Barcelona to make an unscheduled landing last night.
Flight FR9336 made an emergency landing at Continue reading