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Air fares to fall despite economic downturn

Irish travellers can expect lower airline fares and new short haul routes this year, despite the pressure on airlines in the economic downturn.

28th March, 2009

Irish travellers can expect lower airline fares and new short haul routes this year, despite the pressure on airlines in the economic downturn.

Aer Lingus fares are likely to fall by between 10 per cent and 16 percent on short-haul routes, while Ryanair is considering opening a new base in Italy, according to Stephen Furlong, an aviation analyst with Davy Stockbrokers. The broker held an ‘international aviation day’ in Dublin last Thursday, which included briefings...

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