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    Re: Dublin Airport (DUB) - Thread

    Gotta say that main road where i was standing on a grassy hill is a death trap for the guys who park up on the side road, i nearly saw a couple of squashed cars a few times as lorries go quite fast down there . Lets just say i could see a few swear words coming out from time to time. And some plane spotters with cars were no better, just stopping on a main road when there were no spaces available expecting someone else to pull off. LOL

    I do have quite a "warped" sense of humour but i was laughing to myself, i was ok. The planes just kept coming and going.


    Bloody cold though, it was like winter.
     
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    Posted elsewhere in the forum, BA are to codeshare with Aer Lingus.

    British Airways operated by AerLingus on the following flights between Ireland and the UK.

    Dublin – Aberdeen
    Dublin – Bristol
    Dublin – Cardiff
    Dublin – Doncaster/Sheffield
    Dublin – East Midlands
    Dublin – Edinburgh
    Dublin – Glasgow
    Dublin – Isle of Man
    Dublin – Jersey
    Dublin – Kerry
    Dublin – Leeds/Bradford
    Dublin – Newcastle
    Dublin – Newquay
    Shannon – Edinburgh
     
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    I notice those routes are all operated by Stobart Air, but there don't seem to be any codeshares on MAN and BHX, where both Stobart and mainline aircraft operate.
     
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    MAN and BHX already have the BA codeshare on their Dublin flights :smile:
     
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    Does that mean that the new routes by Aer Lingus from Cork to places like LBA will be BA codeshare too?
     
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    I can only comment on the BHX services but the Aer Lingus flights to Shannon and Cork do not carry BA codeshares, only the flights to Dublin do, alongside the Etihad codeshare.
     
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    Great aircraft movements at DUB
     
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    KLM Cityhopper started it's Dublin flights today. 2 daily with Embraer 190 until the 26th March when it goes 4 daily.
     
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    The Irish Times says Dublin Airport is likely to get the majority of cheap US flights when Norwegian Air International announces details of its transatlantic services this Thursday. #Norwegian #Dublin
     
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    Secures DY TATL: The first ever transatlantic flights from Cork, and new US routes from Dublin and Shannon, with fares from €69. From 1st July, Norwegian will the first ever transatlantic flights from Cork with a service to Providence Airport, together with new US routes from Shannon and Dublin to Stewart International Airport and Providence. Fares start from €69 one way.
     
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    Dublin – 12 transatlantic flights per week from €69:

    • Stewart Intl (New York) – daily flights, depart Dublin at 16:00, arrive Stewart at 19:00 (flights on Tues, Wed depart at 15:55, flights on Thurs, Fri depart at 15:45)
    • Providence (greater Boston) – 5x weekly flights (Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sun). Depart Dublin at 15:45, arrives Providence 18:35
     
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    Dublin will see Air Canada switch from Rouge to Mainline from the start of the Winter 17/18 timetable and using an A330-300 on the route. Higher business demand behind the upgrade.
     
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    Hopefully that will free up a AC Rouge for BHX ?
     
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    Would like to think so but I won't be holding my breath!
     
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    Cathay Pacific to launch Dublin flights.

    Hong Kong – Dublin eff 02JUN18 4 weekly A350
    CX307 HKG0050 – 0645DUB 359 x257
    CX306 DUB1155 – 0705+1HKG 359 x257
     
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    Photo credit to Adam Ryan (y)

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    Hainan Airlines will launch a new year-round service from Dublin to Beijing starting on June 12.

    Hainan, which is China’s largest independent airline, will operate flights from Dublin to Beijing four times per week. On two days per week, the service will be direct non-stop flights between Dublin and Beijing. On the other two days, the flights will operate with a stopover in Edinburgh.
     
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