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A Brief History of Ryanair’s Inaugural Flight

Spotted at almost every airport across Europe and known by many all over the world, Ryanair (FR), the region’s largest airline by fleet size, destination count, employee number, and passenger numbers, had a somewhat humble start back in the day with just one aircraft and multiple plans gone awry.

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Today in Aviation: Astraeus Airlines Ceases Operations

MIAMI – Today in Aviation, UK charter and sub-lease carrier Astraeus Airlines (5W) ceased operations in 2011 for more than one reason. CEO Hugh Parry citied ‘Lower-than-expected levels of business during the summer of 2011, a lack of contracts for winter 2011-2012 and some extremely bad luck with a number of technical issues’ as reasons […]

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easyJet Moves Capacity to Germany from the UK for Spanish Flights

MIAMI – easyJet (U2) has announced that it will be redeploying capacity from the UK to Germany for a number of Spanish flights. Much of Britain’s biggest low-cost carrier’s fleet remains grounded, as the UK’s government continues to impose severe restrictions on international travel. The carrier now plans to move a number of its Airbus […]

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Today in Aviation: First UK Airmail Service Begins

MIAMI – Today in Aviation, Highland Airways Limited commences the first regular airmail service within the UK in 1934 between Inverness and Kirkwall. Highland was founded on April 3, 1933, and commenced operation on May 8 of the same year from its base in the Scottish city of Inverness (INV). At its helm from the […]

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