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Ryanair increase frequency of Kerry – Stanstead route

22 Aug

Ryanair have announced that they will be increasing the frequency of their Kerry – Stanstead route from November:

Ryanair Increases Kerry-London Stansted Route To Daily Return Flight
€16 SEAT SALE FOR TRAVEL IN SEPT, OCT & NOV

Ryanair, Europe’s only ultra-low cost airline, today (21 Aug) announced that it will increase the number of flights between Kerry and London Stansted from three return flights per week to a daily return flight from 7 Nov. Ryanair, which already offers a daily return flight between Kerry and London Luton, will now offer passengers in the South West a choice of two daily services to London giving them more options and flexibility at Ryanair’s lowest fares.

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Kerry Airport Updates

21 Apr

The latest announcement from Kerry Airport regarding the on-going flight cancellations:

Kerry Airport is closed today the 21st April. There is a limited number of customer staff working to assist passengers with their queries.

You can keep up to date with all of Kerry Airports announcements on their twitter page @KerryAirport

Ryanair unveils 2 new sun holiday destinations from Kerry Airport

17 Dec

There was good news for Kerry sun worshipers today, with the announcement that Ryanair is to begin two weekly flights out of Kerry to popular sun destinations. Starting at the end of March, the airline is to operate flights from Kerry, to Faro in Portugal and to Allicante in Spain. The new flights will bring an estimated 30,000 new passengers through Kerry Airport, according to Ryanair’s Head of Sales and Marketing, Lesley Kane. Ms Kane says the new flights come about, as result of the scaling back of the airline’s operations at Shannon. Spokesman for Kerry Airport Basil Sheeran, said Kerry holidaymakers will be delighted with the convenience of being able to fly to the sun, from their home county.

Ryanair cuts winter flights between Kerry and Stansted

17 Oct

Ryanair is cutting its winter flights between Kerry Airport and Stansted from 14 per week to 4. The airline says it’s because the London airport is one of its most expensive to operate from and is also blaming the impact of the Government travel tax. Ryanair says it will be increasing its Kerry – Luton service from 4 flights to seven per week. That means when this winter is compared to 2008 the overall number of Kerry to London flights drops from 14 to 11. Head of Communications with Ryanair, Stephen McNamara, says they are not using the travel tax as an excuse to cut back on routes.

Ryanair quiet on future of Kerry Stanstead route

24 Jul

Ryanair says it will not comment on the future of the Kerry Stansted flight until its winter schedule is decided. The no frills airline currently operates a daily service between Kerry Airport and Stansted. Earlier this week, Ryanair announced a reduction in its services at Stansted by 40 percent blaming higher charges and an increase in air passenger duty tax. A spokesperson for the airline said they expect to have the winter schedule for the London airport finalised within the next month

Ryanair Specials from Kerry Airport on twitter

27 Feb

You can now keep up to date with all of Ryanairs special offers that are available on their routes from Kerry Airport. Just go to twitter.com/Ryanair_KIR and select to follow them.

When new offers become available they will be tweeted here and delivered to your own twitter page. Also there are numerous other applications and websites that you can setup to make use of new tweets on any twitter page.

Ryanair considers cutting flights from Kerry

6 Feb

Ryanair is considering whether it will have to cut flights at Kerry Airport. The airline announced today that it’s cutting the number of Ryanair planes based at Shannon from 6 to 4 and its route network will also be reduced.

Chief Executive Michael O Leary is blaming the Governments 10 euro airport tax for the cuts. Ryanair currently operates five flights out of Kerry, they include Dublin, Grenoble, Frankfurt, Stansted and London. The Dublin flight from Farranfore is the only one not subject to the tax which applies to journeys of 300 kilometres or more.

via RADIO KERRY – NEWS.