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Hi all,

It appears Ireland has yet another low fares airline, Jet Green. They will be commencing flights from 4th of May from Dublin to Alicante and Malaga.


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Visit http://www.flyjetgreen.com/ for more details
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Jet Green?

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Well, that's original - looking across the pond to another Jet-colour.

Still; Star Wars day should give it an auspicious start. (May the Fourth be with you :wink: )

I've heard it said that this has some relationship with FreshAer. Is this correct?

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First 12 seats on each flight are €1 incl. taxes. Spent the last hour trying to find a combination allowing a few days in Malaga/Alicante (€2 isn’t a whole lot to risk), no luck.

Aircraft are apparently wet-leased from Icelandair?

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Check out pprune, there are some intresting ideas on the new airline being thrown up there.
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Taken from another forum,

JetGreen clarification
JetGreen have signed a deal to lease Icelandairs B763 TF-FIA. They do not intend to gain their own AOC and will operate under Icelandairs.

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Took a look at their website earlier and look what I found on the "First Class" page.....

"Dress Code
First Class passengers, including children, are required to observe our strict dress code which is smart-casual (no jeans, shorts,
t-shirts, trainers, sandals, beach or sports-wear.)"


Strange or what????
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...well you have to do something to stop those dreadful gangsta rappers from spoiling your lovely new cabin. Eminem will just have to walk!

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That's standard clothing rules for first class travel in the US

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Non-refundable

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I notice all monies paid are non-refundable...

Lets hope they do get off the ground this time on May 4th :?
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That's standard clothing rules for first class travel in the US


No it isn't. I don't know of a single North American airline with a dress code.

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