Obviously Orly serves Paris Region so arguably is covered and similar can be said for Belfast International.
Galway was once operated by Aer Arann however that no longer accepts commercial traffic.
Aer Arann also operated to Lorient which I believe was successful passenger wise but maybe not...
The issue here is that passengers are prepared to travel to Bristol. Not only that on many cases they are used to flying from Bristol.
With their own issues due to Boeing 737 Max Tui only had a limited scope to jump in and fill the void left by Thomas Cook.
So knowing that passengers are...
I suppose wonder what a rail fare would have been in comparison when we say eye watering fares.
if you can get an air fare lower than rail fare when you get a significant time saving you should always be thankful.
I have booked my flights to Rome via Gatwick on Vueling.
When I booked my flights at midnight KLM was already over £300 and connections via Vienna with Austrian (CityJet) or Lufthansa also looking at £300 each way.
I was looking for 19th June outbound and 23rd return as my Birthday is on the...
I believe the same TLY that the airlines will pocket the money themselves rather than pass it on to the customers however if that what it takes to get them at Cardiff then maybe that’s the price that has to be made.
Of course it is competition on routes that brings the prices down and that is...