Dublin---daily except sat from 16th sept
Geneva--sun from 19th dec
Malaga--sat from 18th sept
Murcia--sat from 18th sept
Amsterdam, daily except saturdays from 1st of septmeber
Copenhagen monday to friday from 1st of september
Dublin daily except sunday
Edinburgh daily from 4th oct 2004
Faro sat and sund from 4th sept
Geneva daily from 13th december
Girona(Barcelona)daily except saturday from 1st sept
Glasgow monday to friday from 4th oct
Jersey sat and sund from 4th sept
Madrid daily except saturday from 4th oct
Malaga operates sat and sun from 19th oct
Manchester daily except sat from 4th oct
Milan mond to friday from 4th oct
Murcia sat from 4th september sat and sund from 10th oct
Nice sund, mon wed, fri from 1st september
Palma sat 9th october
Prague sun, tue, thurs, sat from 2nd sept
Salzburg sat from 18th dec
Toulouse sat from 18th dec
Turin sat and sun 18th dec
Zurich sat 18th dec
This is great news for Shannon airport but will we see MOL starting new routes out of Shannon to try prevent Eujet from taking off??? Murcia is one of Ryanairs new routes in Spain would MOL open up a Shannon - Murcia in competition???
Also it wasn?t long ago when people were complaining that Aer Lingus were the only airline operating the Shannon - Dublin route now we have three (Skynet, Aer Lingus and Eujet) Is there enough passengers to keep these airlines happy.
Eujet will be operating all routes with a fleet of Fokker 100?s personally I find this a strange choice of aircraft what do ye think???
Any way I whish them the best of luck and look forward to flying with them some day
You can be pretty sure that as soon as the stopover goes (and it seems even more likely that this will be very soon with talk of US/EU deal by the June summit), EI will be off that route too. Great move by EUjet in my opinion.
F100, not such a strange choice. Jetsgo in Canada (also a low cost airline) just bought some from AA. They are really a very nice aircraft to fly on too. Seats are really comfortable and the landings seem to be ultra smooth in my experience of them with KLM.
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Just my thoughts!
(Edited to note that Aer Arann's summer timetable notes that Galway-Lorient is via WAT on Sunday and only separate on Wed/Sat. The winter timetable lists the weekly flight as GWY-WAT-LRT if you look at the arrival times despite the differing flight nos.)
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