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Ireland West Airport is to close for a month from the 14th of November until the 13th of December. The decision was made in light of the news that Ryanair will suspend all flights from Knock and Shannon for these dates. There has been a complete collapse in travel demand…

Ireland West Airport in Knock is to temporarily close at the end of the month due to COVID-19. As of tomorrow night, Tuesday the 23rd of March, Ryanair is to suspend all flights to and from the airport and as of Sunday the 29th of March, Aer Lingus is to…

Ireland West Airport in Knock will now have no flights to Scotland, Manchester or Birmingham. Flybe – Europe’s biggest regional airline – has collapsed into administration last night, putting more than 2,000 jobs at risk. The British firm was only saved in January, but says the impact of coronavirus on…

Some flight arrivals at Ireland West Airport Knock from Britain have been diverted. The Ryanair flight which was expected at 11:25 from London was diverted to Dublin. However, the Ryanair flight that was due at 11:35 from Liverpool landed. The 12:05 FLYBE flights from Birmingham and Manchester as well as…

Knock Airport has reported that all Ryanair and Flybe flights will run as normal today unless the situation of storm Lorenzo changes. Althought the Aer Lingus service EI911 and EI912 to and from London Gatwick due to operate this evening has been cancelled due to the storm warning. Donal Healy,…

A Sligo Leitrim TD says strike action by Ryanair pilots in the UK is a very worrying development for commuters and tourism here in Ireland. The British Airline Pilots Association yesterday announced plans for industrial action for the 22nd and 23rd of August, and the 2nd until the 4th of…