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  Compare Prices and Read Reviews on EUjet at Epinions.com
I have used EUjet to Edinburgh (for leisure), Glasgow (to connect with an Emirates flight via Dubai to Colombo) and Manchester (to visit family).
It is sincerely to be hoped that EUjet will thrive, because we need a viable option to the need to travel to the deplorable Heathrow and Gatwick.
EUJET would have continued at Manston for years to come had Planestation not shut down their base.
www.epinions.com /EUjet   (761 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | England | Kent | Airline goes into administration
In a statement to staff EUjet chief executive PJ McGoldrick said the failure to secure funds from the bank meant the airport could not be kept operational.
EUjet hoped to have 500,000 passengers in its first year but in its first 11 months flights have carried only 330,000 people.
EUjet ran four Fokker 100 aircraft, flying from Manston to 18 destinations in the UK and Europe.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/england/kent/4717881.stm   (598 words)

  
 Cheap flights to London
EUjet's second base is Shannon Airport, in the hearth of the south west of Ireland, close to the historic city of Limerick.
EUjet flies from Palma de Mallorca Son Sant Joan to London (Kent Airport).
EUjet flies from Valencia Manises to London (Kent Airport).
www.europeancheapflights.com /to/London.htm   (4123 words)

  
 Limerick.com - Low fares EUjet flies in jobs boost for Shannon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
EUJet founded by former Ryanair boss PJ McGoldrick, will initially operate three return flights per day between Dublin and Shannon and weekend scheduled services from Shannon to Faro, Malaga, Murcia and to Geneva during the ski season.
THe announcement was made by EUJet chief PJ McGoldrick at a reception in Shannon airport attended by the minister for transport Seamus Brennan and business community leaders.
EUJet which is based at Shannon was set up in May 2003, and over the last year has gradually built up its operations, mainly supply aircraft for charter flights.
www.limerick.com /news/archive/04/may3004_c.html   (333 words)

  
 Passenger Opinions about EUjet
EUjet is going to further ruin their reputation by sub-contracting out flights in this way.
EUjet have ceased their flights to Budapest citing huge increases in airport charges as the main reason.
I phoned Eujet about this as one timing did not suit and they re-booked us onto an earlier flight than the one they were offering with no problem.
www.airlinequality.com /Forum/eujet.htm   (3677 words)

  
 EUjet plans to fly 29 routes from Kent hub-Business-Industry Sectors-Transport-TimesOnline   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
EUjet, the Shannon-based airline company headed up by P J McGoldrick, a former Ryanair chief executive, has signed a conditional agreement to make Manston airport in Kent its hub for a network of routes throughout Ireland, the UK and Europe.
Although EUjet is a fully licensed and approved airline, it has limited its activities so far to the provision of fully supported aircraft to airlines and tour companies, as well as operating charter flights out of Dublin, Birmingham, Bergamo and Milan.
EUjet has appointed Rothschild as its financial adviser and is in the process of raising additional capital to fund its expansion over the next three years.
www.timesonline.co.uk /article/0,,2-1021707,00.html   (806 words)

  
 Limerick.com - EUjet launches low fares from Shannon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
EUjet, which is based at Shannon, was established in May 2003 and over the last year has gradually built up its operations.
EUjet is approved by the Irish Aviation Authority and licensed by the Commission for Aviation in Ireland.
Booking for EUjet services can be made through its reservations call centre (0818 313 131) travel agents and on-line at www.EUjet.com.
www.limerick.com /news/archive/04/september12_04.html   (369 words)

  
 BBC - Kent Have Your Say - EUjet loss: a disaster for Thanet?
After responding to EUjet through the post and e-mails I have heard nothing.I understand that there are numerous claiments but all I want is a response or some form of acknowledgent from the administrator.
However the service that EUjet offered was excellent and the staff pre and during the flight were very curtious and friendly, it's a shame, the banks were so quick to pull the rug.
Being a former employee of EUJET i am disappointend to hear some of the comments made by the local residents and former passengers,some of what has been said is true to a point.
www.bbc.co.uk /kent/have_your_say/news/eujet_board.shtml   (8211 words)

  
 Travel | Rival airlines rally to aid of stranded EUjet passengers
The problems at Irish registered EUjet will reignite the row within the industry over the best way to protect customers of scheduled airlines which are forced to halt services.
The Civil Aviation Authority has submitted plans for a levy on flights from the UK to cover the costs of refunds and bringing stranded passengers back to the UK, but this is resisted by many of the airlines as an additional cost to customers.
The problems at EUjet, which operated out of Manston, Kent, with four Fokker 100 aircraft, emerged at the beginning of this week when shares in its parent company, PlaneStation, were suspended after its bankers said they were unable to provide additional finance.
travel.guardian.co.uk /print/0,,5249588-104894,00.html   (370 words)

  
 EUjet collapse 'was on the cards for months' : UK Airport News Stories
The collapse of EUjet was on the cards for several months, aviation industry sources claimed today.
EUjet was set up by former Ryanair chief executive PJ McGoldrick in 2002.
The Irish regulator has drawn criticism for its handling of the collapse, but the regulator said that, prior to this week, the authority had been meeting with EUjet regularly and had no concerns about either the funding of the airline or the volume of passengers it was carrying.
www.uk-airport-news.info /kent-airport-news-310705.htm   (581 words)

  
 RTÉ Business: EUjet merges with Planestation
Shannon-based airline EUjet is set to become a wholly owned subsidiary of UK airport operator Planestation Group.
As part of the deal, EUjet's Chief Executive, former Ryanair boss PJ McGoldrick, is to join the board of Planestation.
EUjet was established in 2002 and since May 2003 has been operating in various European countries.
www.rte.ie /business/2004/0924/eujet.html   (318 words)

  
 EUjet enters Irish low-cost flight arena-Business-TimesOnline
EUjet is planning to operate Fokker 100 aircraft, which are smaller than the Boeing 737 used by most low-cost airlines.
EUjet has been operating chartered services from Dublin since last May. The company, which is allied to aircraft lessor Debis, also operates aircraft on behalf of Air France.
EUjet has appointed Rothschild as its financial adviser and is now raising extra capital to fund its expansion plans.
business.timesonline.co.uk /article/0,,2-1113668,00.html   (567 words)

  
 Money | Telegraph
EUjet requested other airlines allow its stranded ticket holders to board flights home.
Mr McGoldrick said about 100,000 EUjet tickets that have yet to be used will be refunded.
EUjet, which is an Irish company, will appoint separate administrators in Ireland.
www.telegraph.co.uk /money/main.jhtml?xml=/money/2005/07/27/cneujet27.xml   (326 words)

  
 Future of EUjet to be resolved this week : UK Airport News Stories
The fate of EUjet, the former Kent Airport based airline that is in examinership in Ireland (it is Irish registered), will be decided in the next week.
It is understood that the new investor intends to run the airline as an aircraft leasing operation rather than a chartered airline.
EUjet ceased operations on July 26 with the loss of 200 jobs, 150 of which were at Kent airport.
www.uk-airport-news.info /kent-airport-news-250905.htm   (366 words)

  
 Travel | Rivals offer to rescue EUjet passengers
EUjet collapsed when shares in its parent company, PlaneStation, were suspended on Monday after bankers refused to offer additional finance for EUjet, which had reported weak passenger numbers.
The low-cost sector is crowded with firms seeking to emulate the success of easyJet and Ryanair and, as EUjet discovered, it is difficult to survive in such a competitive industry, especially at a time of rising fuel prices.
EUjet runs four Fokker 100 aircraft and flies to 18 destinations including Edinburgh, Newcastle, Manchester and Malaga, in southern Spain.
travel.guardian.co.uk /print/0,,5248733-104894,00.html   (361 words)

  
 Flights affected by EUjet talks breakdown
EUjet flights have today been affected by the regional airline’s financial difficulties.
EUjet operates eight routes from Shannon and two from Dublin, which may now be suspended due to the fiscal difficulties at the airline.
Shares in Planestation, owners of EUjet, were yesterday suspended in London after talks with its bank on further financial support broke down.
www.finfacts.com /irelandbusinessnews/publish/printer_10002702.shtml   (175 words)

  
 Cheap flights with EUjet at flycheapo.com
EUjet operates the following low-cost and budget airline routes.
EUjet was a low-cost airline based at both Shannon and Kent (Manston) airports.
You may wish to view the index of all routes to see if an alternative airline can satisfy your flight requirements.
www.flycheapo.com /flights/airline/eujet   (118 words)

  
 Rival Airlines Offer to Fly EUjet Customers Home - Technology - RedOrbit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
An estimated 5,400 EUjet passengers were still abroad when the airline closed to business on Tuesday morning.
EUjet, which employs some 500 people, has appointed a separate administrator, based in Ireland.
EUjet was registered in Ireland and therefore not covered by ATOL, but the CAA and British tour operators said the latest collapse illustrated the need for comprehensive cover.
www.redorbit.com /news/display?id=189355&source=r_technology   (648 words)

  
 Business Traveller - business travel information, city guides, flight reservations...
EUJet was declared bankrupt this week after a main investor pulled out, resulting in the immediate suspension of flights from its base at Manston airport in Kent.
Firstly, each credit card purchase must be over £100 to receive a refund, and the average fare sold by EUJet in June was Euros70, and secondly, the company is based outside the UK - in Ireland - which may exempt some credit card companies from providing a refund to customers.
The CAA is appealing to people who bought tickets with EUJet to contact them and to any passengers who were left stranded across Europe when the carrier went bust.
www.businesstraveller.com /default.asp?Page=3&PUB=67&ISS=17506&SID=537905   (423 words)

  
 » La compañía aérea EUjet suspende pagos y vuelos » Vuelos Bajo Coste - Compañias Aereas
De hecho, EUjet dio a sus pasajeros un teléfono de contacto de Easyjet para que gestionaran su regreso.
EUjet suspendió pagos el martes después de que su compañía matriz, Palestation, no lograra convencer al Banco de Escocia, al que debe ya algo más de 32 millones de euros, de que le prestara más dinero.
Para operar con éxito, EUjet debía transportar un mínimo de 800.000 pasajeros al año.
www.vuelosbajocoste.net /miscelanea/la-compania-aerea-eujet-suspende-pagos-y-vuelos   (381 words)

  
 eyefortravel.com - Travel Distribution News, Events and Analysis
As a result thousands of passengers have been left stranded, and the jobs of about 500 staff working at the Manston airport or for the airline are also in doubt.
“EUjet has had no alternative but with immediate effect to suspend all airline operations and appoint an administrator in Ireland," the BBC today cites PJ McGoldrick, EUjet Chief Executive, as commenting.
EUjet apparently hoped to have 500,000 passengers in its first year but in its first 11 months flights have carried only 330,000 people.
www.eyefortravel.com /print.asp?news=47005   (208 words)

  
 ireland.com - Breaking News - Wed, Jul 27, 2005 - Rivals offer to fly EUjet passengers home
The crisis began for EUjet when shares in its parent company PlaneStation were suspended on Monday after bankers said they were unable to support additional finance for EUjet following lower-than-expected passenger numbers.
Yesterday, PlaneStation filed for voluntary administration and EUjet flights, which operate out of Kent International Airport in Manston, were suspended.
EUjet runs four Fokker 100 aircraft and flies to 18 destinations from Manston, including Edinburgh, Newcastle, Manchester and Malaga in southern Spain.
www.ireland.com /newspaper/breaking/2005/0727/breaking41.htm   (475 words)

  
 Luchtzak Aviation - EUjet to start in June from London-Manston
EUjet has appointed Rothschild as financial adviser and is in the process of raising additional capital to allow the company to expand over the next three years, it said.
Arrangements are being made to expand the existing passenger terminal facilities at Manston to support, not only EUjet's operation and its planned growth, but also to support expanding operations.
EUjet is a collaborative venture with aircraft lessor Debis AirFinance.
www.luchtzak.be /article3702.html   (642 words)

  
 Shares in Planestation, owners of EUjet, suspended
Shares in Planestation, which owns the regional airline EUjet, have been suspended in London after discussions with its bank on further financial support broke down.
EUjet operates eight routes from Shannon and two from Dublin and merged with Planestation last year.
EUjet hoped to have 500,000 passengers in its first year of operation but in its first three months of flights carried only 71,000 people.
www.finfacts.com /irelandbusinessnews/publish/printer_10002689.shtml   (265 words)

  
 EUJET Ltd ceases operation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
EUJET Limited has announced that it has ceased trading.
If you have paid a deposit or other payment for services that have not been carried out because the company has gone into administration you may be entitled to ask for your deposit or money to be returned.
If you made payments to EUJET of either the deposit or the price of the air ticket by UK provided credit card and the total cost of the air ticket/s in dispute is more than £100 and less than £30,000, it may be possible to seek a refund from the credit card company.
www.euroconsumer.org.uk /de/index/publications/news/2005/news_0705_eujet_ceases_operation.htm   (470 words)

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