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New Irish airline

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A new Irish airline is getting ready to take to the sky. The website,
http://www.eirjet.com/ ,exists but at present it only has email addresses for those who wish to submit a CV.

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not another one week wonder. Who is behind this one? :x
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Its about Time. Are they operating out of SNN, we could do with some more traffic.

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From what I understand they will have three A320's. Two in Dublin and one in Shannon. The company will be Operating in the same manner as Transaer did - though presumably, this time round, they will not be diverting funds into failing American airline companys.

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THEY PULLED OUT!!! They said they could not compete with Shamrock!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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Post by Rallye EIBFP »

Whooooops slight mistake!! Eujet pulled out, sorry!

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Thanks

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Thanks to everyone who helped me in my search for Iona... I very Il-faited one, but it led me to alot of other sources, thanks.
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Forgive my ignorance but who excatly is 'The Historical Aviation Society of Ireland' representing?

Back on topic. I'm not too surprised this. Having only (Approx.) 3.5 million people, the aviation market isn't huge and unless something major happens to Ryanair, Aer lingus or Aer Arann, I can't see anyone else successfully breaking into the market anytime soon. There are just not enough passengers to make all of them profitable.

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Is it right that Ryanair carried 5 million pax in the last year.
That means some of the 3.5m must have traveled twice with
them :wink:

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Post by Frosty »

But aren't Eirjet opperating charters, not scheduled routes like Aer Lingus, Aer Arran and Ryanair :?:
From what I know, they are more like a holiday charter (Futura).
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Ohh..Sorry, I thought they were going to be operating scheduled flights... :oops:

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Post by Rallye EIBFP »

Over to EUjet

They say their food is so good they eat it in the office?! :roll: :roll:

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Aircraft is ready to go! Well nearly

http://www.airliners.net/open.file/704373/M/

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Post by Rallye EIBFP »

That link wont open up for me, there is something wrong with it take out the img tags

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