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Aer Lingus: 17% discount on fares to Ireland!

March 15th, 2012

Aer Lingus is celebrating St Patrick’s Day (17th March) and offering 17% discount on fares to Ireland. Applies to every seat, every flight, every day this May. Take advantage of this great sale, book  before 20 March 2012. Available for travel from 1 May to 31 May 2012. Booking is available on aerlingus.com.

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Aer Lingus, Airfare Deals, Airlines, Airport Dublin, Airports

Fuel surcharges on the rise across the world

May 3rd, 2011

May 3, 2011 marks the day when the biggest Asian low-cost airline AirAsia reintroduces fuel surcharges on all its routes. Initially, this dynamic carrier abolished fuel surcharges in 2008 but now it is said Airasia has no option but to reintroduce it in order to cover the soaring costs of fuel.

The passengers of British Airways have been affected by the increasing oil prices since February –which is when this British airline last increased its surcharges. Now its clients pay from £12 per journey sector on long-haul flights.

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AirAsia, Airport Dublin, British Airways, Southwest Airlines, Virgin Atlantic