CityJet cancels some London flights due to storm

Dublin, Sunday, 15th October, 2017: CityJet has tonight announced that due to storm Ophelia it has cancelled all flights from noon tomorrow (Monday, 16th October) on its scheduled Dublin to London City Airport (LCY) route. CityJet said normal services would resume on...

Ireland can benefit from Brexit uncertainty

Ireland can benefit from Brexit uncertainty

The Director General of Science Foundation Ireland, Prof Mark Ferguson, said Brexit would provide opportunities for Ireland because of our growing reputation for research and innovation. Addressing a gathering of business leaders organised by Asia Matters, Ireland’s...

CityJet reports revenues for 2016 up 20%

CityJet reports revenues for 2016 up 20%

CityJet has today announced that its revenues for the year ending December, 2016, had increased over 20% compared with the previous year. Announcing its annual results for 2016, the airline said that significant expenditure on the introduction of new aircraft to meet...

zamano: potential disposal

On 31 March 2017 the Company confirmed its intention to wind down the existing business lines in order to protect the cash position on the balance sheet.  The board of zamano (“Board”) has considered its options for effecting this course of action in a manner that...

Asia Matters increases membership by 70%

Asia Matters, Ireland’s only Asia think tank, today announced that it had increased its membership by almost 70% over the last 18 months. Executive Director Martin Murray said that its focus on building dynamic business links and informed understanding between Ireland...

London GAA appoints CityJet Official Airline

London GAA appoints CityJet Official Airline

CityJet, the Irish European regional carrier, has become the official airline of London GAA and has announced its second season of sponsorship of London GAA’s senior championships this year. CityJet, which has its major hub at London City Airport, is to continue as...

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