Dublin Airport

New Low-Cost Airline Flies to Sofia!

Lufthansa City Airlines, a new low-cost airline, will make its first flight on June 26, focusing on connecting flights for its parent company from hubs in Frankfurt and Munich. According to Euronews, Bulgaria is among its destinations. The airline will start flights this month to Berlin, Bremen, Cologne Bonn, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, and Hanover.

The Strike of the Ryanair Pilots is POSTPONED

The Irish Supreme Court has blocked the strike of the Ryanair pilots scheduled for tomorrow and again in Dublin.

The airline welcomed the decision and urged pilots to return to negotiations and to resolve any disagreements without disrupting the flight schedule.

A British court decision is also expected today to postpone the protest by pilots in Britain.

Passengers Hospitalised as Ryanair Makes Emergency Landing

A number of passengers received medical attention after a Ryanair flight from Dublin to Croatia was forced to make an emergency landing in Germany.

The flight to the coastal city of Zadar landed at Frankfurt-Hahn airport at around 11.30pm due to an in-flight depressurisation.

Oxygen masks were deployed and a "controlled descent" was initiated.

Athens International Airport top in Europe in transit traffic

According to Eurostat data, “Elefterios Venizelos” International Airport in Athens has recorded the highest passenger transit increase in Europe for 2015. The figures show that 19.1% more travellers passed through “Eleftherios Venizelos” last year, compared to 2014, with Luton and Dublin terminals coming in second and third with a +17% and +14.1% rise, respectively.

Ryanair to Start Operating Daily Flights from Sofia to Rome, Milan in Autumn

The Irish low-cost airline Ryanair announced on Tuesday that it will be operating two new daily winter services from the Bulgarian capital to Rome Ciampino and Milan Malpensa starting from October 30.

With the latest two additions, the winter 2016 schedule of Ryanair will deliver six new routes from Sofia.