Dublin

  • €165m cruise vessel ordered by Irish Ferries

    Published on : Wednesday, January 3, 2018

      Irish Ferries has ordered a second new cruise ferry that will be built in Germany at a cost of €165 million.   This will start sailing between the UK and Ireland in 2020.     The same shipyard is …

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  • Threshold wants intervention on property rent on Airbnb

    Published on : Friday, December 29, 2017

    The National housing charity Threshold is leading the calls for a limit on the number of days a property can be used through Airbnb, after it was revealed that some hosts are earning upwards of €100,000 a year.     …

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  • Ryanair pilots in Dublin threat for Christmas strike

    Published on : Tuesday, December 12, 2017

    Ryanair pilots threaten for Christmas strike for the labour action.     The flights to and from Dublin could be disrupted by strikes over Christmas after pilots based in Ireland voted for industrial action.       Ryanair is biggest …

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  • In churning tourism revenue, Dublin plays the main role

    Published on : Thursday, November 9, 2017

    As per a recent study, Dublin churns out over half of the GDP of the state in terms of the tourism and travel sector. It is immensely dependent on international visitors.   The World Travel & Tourism Council or WTTC …

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  • Irish tourism trade target Canadian market worth €133m

    Published on : Monday, October 23, 2017

    A group of over 20 top group and retail Canadian tour operators arrived in Ireland to meet and do business with over 70 key Irish tourism businesses from across the country, at a workshop in The Slieve Russell Hotel, Cavan. …

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  • Taoiseach seeks high speed railway line between Dublin and Belfast

    Published on : Monday, September 25, 2017

    Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is eager to witness a high speed cross border railway line between Dublin and Belfast that is on its way to be developed soon.   Such a railway service had already been mentioned for the best part …

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  • Transatlantic budget airline to cut down on blankets and earphones

    Published on : Friday, September 1, 2017

    The transatlantic budget airline, Aer Lingus will remove in-flight blankets and earphones from passengers on the cheapest fares from Dublin to North American destinations.     The passengers with the Irish airline’s new “Saver” tickets will also not have the …

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  • Record breaking hotel rates in Dublin booms the tourism industry

    Published on : Wednesday, August 30, 2017

    The hotel rates have been doubled in Dublin, with the rise of tourism and the rise of the overnight stays.     The annual Crowe Horwath hotel industry survey shows that the average room rates in Dublin, Ireland rose at …

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  • Ryanair ready to add fresh routes from Dublin

    Published on : Wednesday, August 30, 2017

    Ryanair is ready to add five fresh routes from Dublin for the season of summer 2018 and even start selling Air Europa long-haul services through its official website.   The Irish low-cost air carrier would be adding air services to …

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  • Temple Bar lures record number of tourists, raise €3.2million profits

    Published on : Wednesday, July 12, 2017

    The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) said that one of the most iconic pubs of Dublin, the Temple Bar has emerged as the most profitable, raising pre-tax profits amounting to €3.2 million last year marking an increase of as much as …

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