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Arab-Irish: The auld sod takes off abroad

As Ireland's popularity increases, two airlines have increased the number of their flights to Dublin from the UAE, writes John Cradden.

30th March, 2014

It is a sure sign that Ireland's tourism market in a particular region is taking off when not one, but two, airlines from the same country decide to double the number of flights to Dublin.

Earlier this year, Etihad Airways and Emirates announced their intention to increase flight numbers to Dublin from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), to two flights a day.

Etihad will introduce twice-daily flights from July, while Emirates will do so from...

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