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  RTÉ Business: CityJet buys new planes for €174m
CityJet, the Air France owned Irish airline, is to spend $221m (€174m) on replacing and expanding its fleet.
Geoffrey O'Byrne-White, CityJet's chief executive said that this was the largest investment in the history of the airline.
CityJet is based in Swords, Co Dublin, and employs 580 staff.
www.rte.ie /business/2006/0713/cityjet.html   (304 words)

  
  Science Fair Projects - Cityjet
CityJet is an airline based in Ireland and owned by Air France.
CityJet was founded in 1994 by Pat Byrne, and later sold to Air France.
CityJet operates 16 small capacity airplanes with a high frequency to cater for business passengers.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Cityjet   (251 words)

  
 Irish Sailing Association - News - CityJet takes 3/4 of a day off the Round Ireland speed record
Mr Geoffrey O’Byrne White, CityJet Chief Executive said that it was fitting for the company to sponsor this record breaking project and was thrilled that JP and the crew successed in their efforts.
The 60 foot CityJet yacht, which set off from Dun Laoghaire last night (5.00pm, 3rd May) in an attempt to break the monohull Round Ireland speed record is two hours ahead of schedule passing the Fastnet Rock in West Cork and is on target to beat the record.
The sponsor, CityJet, based at Swords, Co Dublin, is a 100% owned subsidiary of Air France and employs over 500 staff in both its Dublin base and at the Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.
www.sailing.ie /news/newsDetails.asp?id=509   (1420 words)

  
 Cityjet - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
CityJet is an airline based in Dublin, Ireland and owned by Air France.
Its main base is Dublin International Airport (DUB), with a hub at Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), Paris.
CityJet operates the following services (at January 2005) to international scheduled destinations: Edinburgh, Florence, Gothenburg, London, Málaga, Paris and Zurich.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Cityjet   (212 words)

  
 CityJet for Air France Passenger Reviews and Opinions about CityJet product and service standards
In addition, the number of daily flights is extensive and even though a major fan of Aer Lingus for several years, I now would never travel with them on the Paris Dublin route, since they insist on charging their customers for both food and beverages.
Finally, it is of course possible to obtain Flying Blue points on their services, which is not the case any more with Aer Lingus, since they pulled the plug on their TAB airmiles loyalty card programme for their passengers not so long ago.
I took the a morning flight with CityJet, and there was a choice of the Irish Times or the Independent at check-in, as well a lovely continental breakfast served on board of Irish brown bread, Irish organic yoghurt and tea or coffee.
www.airlinequality.com /Forum/cityjet.htm   (1201 words)

  
 Who Killed Cityjet?
CityJet presented its revised flight logs for the Cessna Caravan at the centre of the Blenheim investigation, but was unaware that the CAA was preparing to ground the rest of its fleet.
The ultimate slap in the face for CityJet was that its pilots all passed their written exams, and the flight tests had been half completed without incident when the whole programme was suspended: CityJet’s bankers had appointed a receiver.
The CityJet file released to Investigate by CAA clearly shows the airline was being fully cooperative, and Ward himself had noted this at one point.
www.investigatemagazine.com /march00jet.htm   (8245 words)

  
 Welcome to SIPTU - The Union For All Workers - 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Striking SIPTU members employed by Cityjet Handling at Dublin Airport have accused Aer Rianta of colluding with the Air France subsidiary's efforts to undermine the strike by sanctioning access for strike breakers to restricted areas in the airport complex.
Cityjet Handling's response was to import labour from France to undermine our members' campaign for fair pay.
Cityjet Handling provides ground handling services at Dublin Airport for Air France, Aer Arann, Air Wales, British European, Cityjet and Eurocypriot airlines.
www.siptu.ie /print/PressRoom/NewsReleases/2002/Name,2683,en.html   (259 words)

  
 Cityjet Airlines, Irish Airline, Dublin Airport, Flights to Dublin, CityJet Flight Guide, Dublin, Ireland
Cityjet is a Dublin based airline which began its operations in 1994.
Cityjet is a 100% owned subsidiary by Air France and has 500 employees who work for you to make you experience their warm and friendly hospitality.
Cityjet has always been able to achieve its goal up to 85%, the goals that it set for its prestigious passengers on their Cityjet's comfortable journey.
www.dublinevents.com /transportation/airlines/cityjet.php   (247 words)

  
 Socialist Party Archive - City Jet Strike Enters Second Month (Oct 02)
That Cityjet Handling were coming into the market with their low pay, anti-union stance, to undercut existing companies, competing for new contracts by pricing us out of a job, and dragging existing standards down to a minimum.
Since the dispute, Cityjet Handling has won contracts for Futura and Al Italia from Aer Lingus, and Spanair from Servisair.
The companies who are using Cityjet Handling need to be taught that using anti-union cheap labour is more trouble than it's worth.
www.socialistparty.net /pub/archive/ireland-cityjetsecond.htm   (385 words)

  
 CityJet.com - CityJet History in Brief
Summer 06: Introduction of 7th Frequency on DUB and FLR to Charles de Gaulle.
CityJet now operating approx 86 scheduled sectors per day on 8 franchise routes for Air France with 20 Aircraft.
Winter 06: CityJet announce it has concluded negotiations for the acquisition of 23 AVRO RJ85 aircraft with a value of $221m.
www.cityjet.com /index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=35&Itemid=53   (337 words)

  
 Latest Cabin Crew Jobs from city jet and useful information
CityJet is a young, vibrant and dynamic company and an airline that is constantly growing.
We recognise that our staff are our most valuable asset and we aim to reward them with excellent salary and ancillary benefits including discounted airline travel, pension and health care.
CityJet is regularly recruiting cabin crew for initial and conversion courses.
www.careerintravel.co.uk /cityjet.htm   (285 words)

  
 New services from CityJet and Air France - Just the Flight
CityJet and Air France have unveiled new routes from London City Airport to a range of destinations.
CityJet for Air France is designed to be a local service with reduced check-in times, with ten minutes cited as the average time at London City Airport.
Etienne Rachou, Air France senior vice president of Europe and North Africa, comments: "We are providing our business clientele with a hitherto unknown service, access to a network straight from the heart of London with all the benefits and services the Air France Group has to offer.
www.justtheflight.co.uk /news/18064427-new-services-from-cityjet-and-air-france.html   (216 words)

  
 JEA ready to take over CityJet-01/12/1999-Flight International   (Site not responding. Last check: )
UK cargo and wet-lease specialist Air Foyle is planning to pull out of Irish carrier CityJet, with regional operator Jersey European Airways (JEA) favourite to step into the breach.
Air Foyle took control of CityJet earlier this year, but industry sources say the Dublin-based airline "has proved to be a vast drain on management resources".
Like CityJet, it is a British Aerospace 146 operator, and both airlines provide franchise services for Air France.
www.flightglobal.com /Articles/1999/12/01/59048/JEA+ready+to+take+over+CityJet.html   (441 words)

  
 ISAF - WSSRC News   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Jean-Philippe CHOMETTE (FRA) on CityJet has smashed the Round Ireland monohull record, subject to ratification from the World Sailing Speed Record Council (WSSRC).
Crossing the finish line at the Kish Lighthouse in Dun Laoghaire, Ireland at 0414 hours local time on Friday 6 May 2005, skipper CHOMETTE and his seven man crew brought the 60-footer in in 57 hours, 41 minutes, taking a full 17 hours and 46 minutes off the previous record.
CityJet covered the 708nm at an average speed for the entire trip of 12.2 knots, an improvement of 2.8 knots over Irish Independent.
www.sailing.org /default.asp?ID=j19Fhy~vr&format=popup   (192 words)

  
 Cityjet to take over Flybe Birmingham Airport to Paris Route : Birmingham Airport News Stories
CityJet, the Air France subsidiary, is to take over the daily services between Birmingham Airport and Paris Charles de Gaulle currently operated by Flybe from 27.03.05.
Air France announced today that the service will be operated under a franchise agreement with its Irish subsidiary, CityJet, after the end of the contract with Flybe.
CityJet will run 6 flights a day between Birmingham Airport and Paris on weekdays, 4 flights on a Saturday and 5 on a Sunday.
www.uk-airport-news.info /birmingham-airport-news-240105.htm   (220 words)

  
 Luchtzak Aviation - CityJet to operate London City - Dublin Route
CityJet, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Air France, will take over the flights between London City and Dublin from 26th October.
CityJet will operate the flights using a BAe 146, in code share with Air France.
CityJet had previously operated the route between London City and Dublin in the years 1994-2000.
www.luchtzak.be /article1691.html   (376 words)

  
 Welcome to SIPTU - The Union For All Workers - 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: )
"This is a significant breakthrough in our dispute with Cityjet Handling over union representation, pay and conditions of employment," said Mr.
We have, however, advised Manpower that SIPTU will closely monitor the implementation of this, and if we believe they are reneging on it in any way, we will reactivate our original plans to place pickets at their offices," he said.
O'Connor concluded by sounding a warning note to other employment agencies which may be considering supplying strike-breakers to Cityjet Handling, by reminding them that they should not engage in any activities which could be described as attempting to frustrate the legitimacy of a trade dispute.
www.siptu.ie /print/PressRoom/NewsReleases/2002/Name,2540,en.html   (236 words)

  
 Smiliner: BAe 146/Avro RJ Operators - Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Aer Lingus Commuter operated BAe 146-300s on routes from Dublin to UK regional airports from 1995 to late 2003, when they were withdrawn as part of a fleet rationalization plan.
CityJet operates a large fleet of BAe 146-200s and -300s on behalf of Air France, of which it is a wholly-owned subsidiary.
One 146-200 is painted in the airline's own colors, but all the others are in Air France colors.
www.smiliner.com /operators/ei.shtml   (121 words)

  
 Irish Air France feeder airline CityJet to acquire 23 ex-Northwest Airlines' Mesaba BAe Avro ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Air France-KLM feeder CityJet is expected to detail a planned acquisition of 23 British Aerospace Avro RJ85s, formerly operated for Northwest Airlines by regional carrier Mesaba, within a few days.
Although the aircraft were all formerly part of Northwest regional affiliate Mesaba’s fleet, CityJet has not dealt directly with either Northwest or Mesaba.
It is unclear when the first aircraft will join CityJet’s fleet as the source says that “quite a lot” of modification work is needed.
www.flightglobal.com /articles/2006/07/12/207774/irish-air-france-feeder-airline-cityjet-to-acquire-23-ex-northwest-airlines-mesaba-bae-avro.html   (419 words)

  
 The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News
CityJet operates the following services (July 2006) to international scheduled destinations: Birmingham, Dublin, Edinburgh, Florence, Gothenburg (Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport), London (London City Airport), Paris (Charles de Gaulle International Airport and Orly Airport) and Zurich.
In July 2006, the average age of the CityJet fleet was 19.7 years old and it is thus one of the oldest passenger fleets in Europe.
The airline will replace the 146's with second-hand Avro RJ85 aircraft, which have been sourced from Mesaba in the USA.
www.the-dispatch.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Cityjet   (301 words)

  
 Review of a flight with CityJet on 16 November 2006 from London, England (City Airport) - LCY to Dublin - DUB at ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Review of a flight with CityJet on 16 November 2006 from London, England (City Airport) - LCY to Dublin - DUB at carsurvey.org
CityJet are a franchise of Air France, so everything from the livery on the aircraft to the cabin crew uniforms say Air France.
CityJet rip you off because you are only buying a single.
www.carsurvey.org /air/review_13468.html   (269 words)

  
 CityJet flies flag for Ireland
Irish airline CityJet has defied industry trends by posting strong financial results for its fiscal year to March 2005, the Irish Examiner reports.
CityJet generated €28 million is sales from UK operations, with €26.5 million drawn from Ireland and the remainder from continental Europe.
Founded in 1994, the airline employees 500 staff and is a 100 per cent-owned subsidiary of Air France-KLM.
news.cheapflights.co.uk /flights/2006/01/cityjet_flies_f.html   (331 words)

  
 RTÉ Business: CityJet annual profits climb by 28%
CityJet says it made pre-tax profits of just over €7m in the year to the end of March, an increase of 28% on the previous year.
Chief executive Geoffrey O'Byrne White said the improvement was due to control of costs and its strategy of developing transfer traffic through Air France's Charles de Gaulle hub in Paris.
During the year CityJet launched the Dublin to London City airport route, and has since increased the number of flights on the route to five a day.
www.rte.ie /business/2004/1220/cityjet.html   (251 words)

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