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  Aer Arann Passenger Opinions about Aer Arann Product and Customer service standards
Aer Arann, operated flights from Glasgow Prestwick to the Isle of Man. This route was the Dublin, Isle of Man, which continued onto Prestwick.
Aer Arann cancelled a flight from Prestwick to Isle of Man,due to fly out on 6th Feb 2004 We booked this flight for a family of 9 people toattend a wedding, by booking in September we were able to take advantage of some cheaper air fares.
Aer Arann Express recently from Dublin to Cork, the plane was delayed by 5 hours and when pressed there was no official response to the any complaint.
www.airlinequality.com /Forum/aer_arran.htm   (3384 words)

  
  Science Fair Projects - Aer Arann
Aer Arann is a regional airline based in Ireland.
Aer Arann began providing flights between Galway and three of the Aran Islands in 1970.
In early December 2004 Aer Arann announced that it had carried 400,000 passengers through Cork Airport since the start of 2004, an increase of 57% on the previous year.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Aer_Arann   (458 words)

  
 Aer Arann Flights: Airline Profile and Routes Information
Aer Arann (often searched for as Air Arran), are a regional budget airline specialising in flights from the Republic of Ireland to the UK.
Aer Arann additionally operate sightseeing flights to the scenic Aran Isles, which are situated off the west coast of Ireland.
Aer Arann is easily mispelled, especially due to the differences between the Irish word 'Aer' and the English 'Air'.
www.flightmapping.com /airlines/AerArann   (370 words)

  
 Aer Arann   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Aer Arann is an airline based in Ireland.
The airline has greatly expanded since it was founded, especially since changing from an island-oriented service to a regional one in 1998, when service between Donegal and Dublin was first established.
Aer Arann also started freight service between Dublin and Coventry, England that same yea, its first flights to Great Britain.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-Aer_Arann.html   (196 words)

  
 Aer Arann Information
Aer Arann is a privately-held regional airline based in Dublin, Ireland.
Aer Arann also started freight service between Dublin and Coventry that same year, its first flights to the United Kingdom.
In May 2006, Aer Arann placed an order for 10 new ATR 72-500 aircraft, for delivery over the next three years (two in 2007, five in 2008 and three in 2009).
www.bookrags.com /wiki/Aer_Arann   (422 words)

  
 Aerarann.com - About Aer Arann - News, Awards, Contact Information, Logo
When Aer Arann operated its first commercial flight in 1970, it’s ambition was to provide a reliable, value for money air service to 1,000 islanders, located in Inishmore, off the west coast of Ireland.
Aer Arann last year signed an agreement valued at €180m for the delivery of 10 new ATR 72-500s, the next generation in turboprop technology.
Aer Arann are committed to continuing what they regard as essential flight experience advantages, such as later check-in times, no extra baggage charges and free newspapers.
www.aerarann.ie /about_us/aboutus.htm   (660 words)

  
 Aer Arann Airlines Dublin, Ireland. Air Travel by Aer Arann Dublin, Ireland
Aer Arann is Ireland's leading regional airline and one of the fastest growing regional airlines in Europe today.
Aer Arann not only provides a day return capability for business passengers and visitors travelling for the sake of leisure and fun, but also provides excellent services to its customers.
All enquiries to Aer Arann Islands on +353 91 593 034 or to aerarann@iol.ie
www.dublinevents.com /transportation/airlines/aer-arann.php   (325 words)

  
 O'Connor's Travel - Aer Arann -Cheap Flights in Ireland
In the 1970's Aer Arann began flying from Galway to the Aran Islands, providing an island-hopping air service from the mainland to each of the three Islands.
Today, Aer Arann is one of the world's fastest growing regional airlines, with a turnover in excess of Euro 60 million and annual passenger numbers of 625,000 for 2003.
Aer Arann is the third busiest airline operating from Dublin Airport, after Aer Lingus and Ryanair and is the biggest airline operating from Cork Airport.
www.oconnors.com /aerarann/index.cfm   (169 words)

  
 Aer Arann Entreprenur of the Year 2002
In 2003 Padraig was appointed to the new Board of Failte Ireland by the Minister for Tourism, John O Donoghue TD Aer Arann was also recently awarded the European Bronze Airline of the Year Award for 2004 by the European Regions Airline Association.
Aer Arann was chosen from among 65 airline members throughout Europe to win the coveted bronze award and is the only Irish airline to have received the accolade.
Padraig and Aer Arann also actively supports local and national charities having raised approximately €400,000 in the past four years by organising and sponsoring a n annual half marathon on the Island of Inis Mór.
www.ey.com /global/content.nsf/Ireland_EOY_E/winners-aer-arann   (505 words)

  
 EADS N.V. - Aer Arann signs a new contract with ATR
Aer Arann, Ireland’s premier regional airline, and regional aircraft manufacturer ATR confirmed that they have signed a deal to take delivery of 10 new 72 seater ATR72-500 series aircraft over the next three years.
This deal will allow Aer Arann to replace and supplement its existing fleet of 14 ATR42 and ATR72 aircraft bringing it to a fleet of 20 aircraft across its regional network by the end of 2009.
Aer Arann is one of the fastest growing regional airlines in the world with a turnover in excess of EUR94 million per annum and passenger numbers in excess of 1 million for 2005.
www.eads.net /web/printout/en/1024/content/400006/6/50/41334506.html/41327995_41327995/content/OF00000040950509/8/03/41375038.html   (653 words)

  
 Aer Arann Virtual   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Aer Arann Virtual, like Aer Arann, currently operates a fleet of three aircraft: the Britten Norman Islander (BN2A), the ATR42-300 (AT43) and the ATR72 (AT72).
The ATR42s are an earlier and shorter version of the ATR72, and Aer Arann have currently placed an order with ATR to deliver 10 new ATR72 aircraft to replace the current ATR42 fleet.
Aer Arann currently uses both the 200 and 500 series, and have placed an order with ATR for delivery of 10 new ATR72-500s.
www.reavirtual.com /fleet.php   (182 words)

  
 Aer Arann could benefit Cardiff passengers
Aer Arann is to step in and operate a twice-daily service in Ryanair's place.
And Wales Transport Research Centre fellow Michael Crawley believes that the new Aer Arann service would be beneficial to passengers in certain respects.
It seems that the Aer Arann service should offer passengers greater flexibility for prices that are comparable to those from Ryanair.
news.cheapflights.co.uk /flights/2006/04/aer_arann_could.html   (531 words)

  
 Aer Arann Islands
Perched at the edge of Ireland’s western waters, glittering on the horizon of Galway Bay, the Arann Islands have a weathered history and rugged landscape which folds together ancient and modern in three green, stone walled jewels of land.
For over 36 years, Aer Arann Islands have served Inis Mór, Inis Meáin and Inis Óirr year round; ferrying Islanders and visitors to and from the mainland.
With frequent daily flights at less than ten minutes from lift-off to touch-down, Aer Arann Islands is the logical choice for commuting locals, visitors making the most of a day trip, and especially for a fast hop to an island holiday.
www.aerarannislands.ie   (181 words)

  
 Skycontrol.net: Aer Arann signs a new contract with ATR
Aer Arann, Ireland’s premier regional airline, and regional aircraft manufacturer ATR confirmed that they have signed a deal to take delivery of 10 new 72 seater ATR72-500 series aircraft over the next three years.
This deal will allow Aer Arann to replace and supplement its existing fleet of 14 ATR42 and ATR72 aircraft bringing it to a fleet of 20 aircraft across its regional network by the end of 2009.
Aer Arann is one of the fastest growing regional airlines in the world with a turnover in excess of EUR94 million per annum and passenger numbers in excess of 1 million for 2005.
www.skycontrol.net /business-general-aviation/aer-arann-signs-a-new-contract-with-atr   (632 words)

  
 AER ARANN - Low Cost Airline - Billigflieger
Today, Aer Arann is one of the world's fastest growing regional airlines, with a turnover in excess of €60 million and annual passenger numbers of 625,000 for 2003
Aer Arann is the third busiest airline operating from Dublin Airport, after Aer Lingus and Ryanair
Aer Arann is the biggest airline operating from Cork Airport
www.cheap-airlines.de /AIRARANN.htm   (173 words)

  
 Aer Arann
Aer Arann started operations in the 1970s with flights from Galway to the Aran Islands.
Today the airline is one of the fastest growing regionals in the world with service throughout Ireland and the UK using a fleet of ATR42s and ATR72s.
Also included is an air to air chase of the ATR72 in Aer Arann's newest livery and last, but not least, is a flight on an Aer Arann Islands Islander covering 2 destinations operated by the airline subsidiary.
www.worldairroutes.com /AerArann.html   (363 words)

  
 Aer Arann and Eastern Airways win awards - Just the Flight
A number of leading airlines have been recognised by the European Regions Airlines Association at their annual General Assembly.
Irish regional carrier Aer Arann has become the second airline to be awarded ERA's coveted Palme D'Or honour for sustained excellence, having for the last 2 years been awarded ERA's Bronze Airline of the Year Award.
The Palme D'or, introduced in 2004, may be awarded to an airline or airport in recognition of significant accomplishments and consistent high standards over time.
www.justtheflight.co.uk /news/1000001-aer-arann-and-eastern-airways-win-awards.html   (280 words)

  
 Shannon Airport - Aer Arann Makes a Comeback to Shannon
Shannon Airport is delighted to announce that Aer Arann, Ireland’s premier regional airline will resume operations between Shannon and Dublin by operating a late afternoon return service from 3rd July.
He thanked Aer Arann for taking to decision to resume operations from Shannon and called for the full support of the business community to ensure that the service is to be retained into the future and to hopefully see additional frequencies added.
Moroney said he would like to work with Aer Arann in developing additional short-haul routes out of Shannon and he looked forward to creating a successful partnership with them in the future.
www.shannonairport.com /company/mediacentre/prreadub_060530.html   (279 words)

  
 The Salthill Air Show 2003 - Aer Arann Islands Britten-Norman Islander
CHIEF PILOT of Aer Arann made his last ever flight with the company on Wednesday, August 5, having been in the post for over 23 years.
He added that his favourite planes are the ones he has flown in Aer Arann for years.
Chief Pilot Captain Paddy Robinson, beside the Aer Arann Islander before his last flight to the Aran Islands on Tuesday.  Paddy is retiring after twenty four years service with Aer Arann.  A native of Dublin, Paddy flew with Aer Turas and Iona International Airways before joining Aer Arann.
www.salthillairshow.com /islander/airshow_aer_arann.html   (337 words)

  
 Aerarann.com - About Aer Arann - Contact
Aer Arann, 1 Northwood Avenue, Santry, Dublin 9
Aer Arann are delighted to offer special group booking rates for groups of 10 people or more.
Aer Arann Fly 40 routes between Ireland, UK and France.
www.aerarann.com /about_us/contact.htm   (295 words)

  
 Aer Arann - Cheap Flights to Ireland, Cheap Flights to Dublin, the UK and France with Aer Arann
Aer Arann - Cheap Flights to Ireland, Cheap Flights to Dublin, the UK and France with Aer Arann
01st Nov Aer Arann extends Christmas shopping seat sale
05th Oct Aer Arann increases flights from the West of Ireland to London
www.aerarannexpress.com   (60 words)

  
 YouTube - Aer Arann
The new ATR 72-500 isnt as loud and is very comfortable but I also prefer Aer Lingus A320s.
However some Aer Lingus just cant go where Aer Arann ones can!
i hate small airplanes i really do i never fly in them if i want to fly from dublin to cork airport i never fly with Aer Arann because i really hate small aircraft!!!
www.youtube.com /watch?v=go-k1AZNK34   (307 words)

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