Wednesday, 20 June 2012
- Bid to tempt tourists from LondonTourism chiefs set out to tempt Gatwick Airport's 30m passengers to
- Ryanair tries to buy Aer LingusBudget airline Ryanair launches another attempt to buy its biggest Irish rival, Aer Lingus, the day after an investigation was launched into its existing stake.
- Ryanair: O™Leary™s summer surpriseA deal with Aer Lingus was blocked five years ago because carriers were important operators on short-haul routes and regulators may take some persuading now
- Ryanair makes third bid for Aer LingusIrish carrier in â‚¬700m offer, arguing circumstances have changed from previous competition objections amid European flag carrier consolidation
- Ryanair in bid to buy Aer LingusBUDGET airline Ryanair said it planned to make a â‚¬694 million cash bid for Aer Lingus in a fresh attempt to gain control of its rival.
- Ryanair in new bid for Aer Lingus The low-cost carrier made a shock announcement after the stock markets closed that it is offering €1.30 per Aer Lingus share in an all cash bid, which values the Irish flag carrier at about €694m (£560m).
- Ryanair's Lingus bidRYANAIR yesterday launched a fresh €694million (£556million) attempt to gain control of Irish flag carrier Aer Lingus.
- Government orders research into regional rate for air passenger dutyAIRPORT chiefs have welcomed news that the Government has commissioned research into varying air passenger duty on a regional basis.
- Japan Airlines to cut fuel surchargesFall in price of oil leads to lower charges on UK-Japan flights
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- Heathrow announces measures to further improve operations Heathrow has announced the launch of a new initiative to further improve the airport™s operational efficiency, reduce delays and improve flight punctuality for the 70 million passengers that pass through its doors each year.
Train services should be axed to bring down the cost of running the country's railways, MPs have been told.
FREE wireless internet has been launched on trains between the Capital and Glasgow as part of a new £250,000 trial.
Transport bosses are preparing a pioneering scheme to claw back control of bus services in West Yorkshire.
A MASSIVE multi-billion-pound train carriage order will put jobs and investment on track in South Tyneside – despite union warnings over contract delays.
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