EasyJet flew more than 60 million passengers last year as more Britons spent Christmas overseas.
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Monday 22 December 2008
Tuesday 02 December 2008
Outlook: If at first you don't succeed ... Michael O'Leary, the pugnacious boss of Ryanair, thinks conditions in the airline industry have deteriorated so much in the two years since he last took a tilt at Aer Lingus that now he's bidding at half the price he did back then, the competition authorities in Europe will be only too happy to wave him through.
Tuesday 02 December 2008
Monday 01 December 2008
Low-cost carrier Ryanair revived its takeover interest in Dublin-based airline Aer Lingus today.
Friday 29 August 2008
The beleaguered airline industry was rocked by more crises yesterday as the Italian government was forced to change the law to save its national carrier and Aer Lingus reported losses for the first half and predicted worse to come.
Tuesday 29 July 2008
Friday 16 May 2008
Sunday 30 March 2008
Wednesday 20 February 2008
British Airways lost more baggage per flight last year than almost any other airline in Europe.
Sunday 14 May 2006
Thursday 17 March 2005
Sunday 11 July 2004
Michael O'Leary, the boss of Ryanair, and a consortium of airline pilots are expected to challenge Aer Lingus management in a €1bn (£670m) battle to privatise the Irish state airline.
Friday 19 November 1999
Thursday 09 September 1999
Saturday 03 July 1999
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