The Waterford based aircraft will operate a twice daily service to London with a daily service to Manchester and Birmingham.
A Galway based aircraft will also operate the usual Lorient service for the summer season.
Waterford is also expected to announce the name of the new Jet carrier by the end of the year with seats on sale from January. Services to Malaga, Paris, Berlin, Faro and Barcelona are expected to start in from April.
— Cecil Day Lewis
Runway is 1433m @ EIWF. Still not long enough for a 737 but there are rumour's flying around ( excuse the pun ) of something major being done at the airport in the not too distant future. There's an ILS/DME onto rwy 21 at the field, an NDB and there's an NDB approach procedure for rwy 03 also.
Ha ha, I've heard that ones been stuck in mid air for about 15 years now, how about a taxiway?
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I can't see there being demand for something as big as a 738, but certainly if they increased the frequency of REA's it would help greatly.
I can't see there being demand for something as big as a 738
Loads of people say that about the LoCos but they seem to fill planes from the most obscure of places to the most obscure of places. I never thought the Cork Dublin service would work but there are rumours of added frequency so it just goes to show.
As for the Waterford Dublin road you might be right. I am just so impressed by the new N11 which is FAB virgil, but it doesn't really go all the way to Waterford yet does it. Typical Bloody Jackeen Cosmic!
— Cecil Day Lewis
they are looking for ops manager, first officers, captains, engineering,
executive + managerial and a chief pilot.
"FlyU is a new regional airline which will be based at Waterford Airport. It will provide regular services to European cities and holiday destinations using a BAE 146 200 series aircraft. Services will also be provided from Galway to holiday destinations.
The airline is now recruiting suitably qualified personnel for its Waterford based"
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