was founded in November 1996 at
Bournemouth International Airport previously known as Hurn
Airport to develop a Ryanair travellers and
tourist hotel information desk to support the
Airport's new Ryanair to Dublin route with
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Ryanair archives below:
is certainly not dead in 21st-century Britain, as increasing
numbers of people are whisking their loved ones away for Valentine's
Day, helped out by the plummeting cost of air travel.
Continue reading: Cheap
flights mean more romantic trips away
airline Ryanair is giving away free tickets to the Cheltenham
Festival for the first 250 passengers who book return flights
to the horseracing event in Gloucestershire.
Continue reading: Ryanair
announces Cheltenham ticket giveaway
airline Ryanair is to boost its Spanish presence with the
opening of its third main Spanish air hub at Reus Airport
Continue reading: Ryanair
boosts Spanish presence
airline Ryanair is celebrating the start of 2007 by selling
2,007,000 seats for 99p. The post-festive promotion, which
excludes taxes and other charges, covers 127 destinations
Continue reading: Ryanair
sells off 2m seats for less than £1
study by RocSearch reveals the airline now flies to 36 airports
around the world and its low-fare offshoot bmibaby heads to
18 destinations in seven countries.
Continue reading: Bmi
heads to the 2,000 mark
authorities have announced that a strike that could have closed
Brussels Charleroi airport has been called off. The authorities
and security came to last minute deal, meaning the strike
- organised for today (December 21st) - did not take place.
Continue reading: Brussels
Christmas air strike off
research suggests that frequent travellers are wasting money
by buying single trip insurance cover for every trip.
Continue reading: Multi-trip
Brits pay dear for one-off insurance
has become the first airline in the world to have all its
passengers check in online.
On Saturday's annual Santa flight from Dublin airport to Tampere,
in Finland, all 189 passengers used the online check-in facilities
to avoid queuing to check in at the airport.
Continue reading: Entire
Ryanair plane-load check in online
is the most popular airline flying from London, new figures
A study by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) show Ryanair
has the largest market share on routes on flights to Rome,
Barcelona and Stockholm from London, beating British Airways,
easyJet and Alitalia.
Continue reading: Ryanair
named London's favourite
cost airline Ryanair is demanding that British Airways drops
its fuel surcharges following the fall in oil prices.
The airline points out that since April the price of a barrel
of oil has dropped $15, but British Airways has not let its
fuel surcharge drop as well.
Continue reading: Ryanair
calls on BA to drop "rip off" surcharges
September 2006 latest news, It looks like passengers will be able
to make telephone calls and send text messages from the airlines
737 aircraft, good news for Blackberry users too.
late deals and more flights information
initial demand was for information in connection with Bournemouth
Dublin hotels, car
hire and Ryanair low fares tickets. The route has been a tremendous
success resulting in an expansion by Latebreaks to include partner
hotels in most of the counties of Ireland, see www.hotelireland.com
that time, Bournemouth airport (Hurn airport) or Ryanair had no
Internet presence so the Latebreaks website (previously www.ryanair.net)
was a valuable source of information and advertising for Bournemouth
airport and Ryanair tourists and travelers, it was also a very
useful promotional tool for Bournemouth
Airport, Ryanair and Latebreaks for promoting the Dublin to
Bournemouth ryanair route, the Latebreaks website was used in
connection with joint advertising partnerships, competitions and
exhibitions. Latebreaks also added information to support the
other airline routes to and from Jersey, Spain, Malta, and Faro
airport in the Algarve region of Portugal by Palmair, Islanders,
Jetsun, Airtours etc etc, with a selection of website portals
such as www.algarvedirect.com,
for algarve villa rentals www.palmair.co.uk
for flight and Jersey hotels
information in connection with the Channel Islands, for Gerona
in Spain see home page.
ROUTE with RYANAIR
FLIGHTS from DUBLIN TO FARO AIRPORT IN THE ALGARVE It
is very feasible now to connect from Bournemouth to Dublin and
then onto Faro in the Algarve using Ryanair.
February 2002 a second route from Bournemouth Airport to
Frankfurt (hann) Germany was opened up by Ryanair the low
fares airline, in fact at times with Free flights. For a selection
hotels click here.
Bournemouth Airport announced the most exciting news for many
years the BUZZ airline partner was coming to Bournemouth Airport,
seven destinations were announced by the Buzz airline including
Amsterdam, Belfast, Bergerac, Glasgow, Malaga, Murcia, and Paris.
Sadly Ryanair who purchased Buzz decided not to continue with
the new routes only Prestwick For
hotels in these destinations click here. However the airport
has now attracted Thomsonfly, more details below.
has developed from a simple information desk at Bournemouth airport
to be one of the UK's leading and most forward thinking online
Travel Networks, providing 20,000
partner hotels in 3300 towns and cities in over 112 countries,
plus travel and travel related services through the Internet
and the high street for the leisure and corporate traveler locally,
nationally and internationally.
you are an independent traveler, looking for a family holiday,
or planning a late city break, Latebreaks offer a full service
one stop travel shop that puts the purchasing power in your hands.
The following are only a sample of what we can offer:
flights, car hire, ferries, theatres, restaurants and more.
An extremely wide and varied selection of package holidays, from
city breaks in London to cruising in the Caribbean - all at
range of latebreaks special
deals from tour operators around the World.
competitive rates on travel insurance - single and annual, multi-trip
offer special hotel discounts negotiated with partner hotels from
around the World. With Latebreaks you can travel to Dublin with
Ryanair and spend two nights in a 4
star Dublin hotel for about £100. Or spend two weeks
cruising the Caribbean for under £900. Our Latebreaks deals
extend to luxury holidays, too. Take a romantic transatlantic
cruise to or from New York, or fly there in style and stay at
the Waldorf. Booking with Latebreaks can save you hundreds if
not thousands off the published rates! Take a tour of our web
site to find a selection of super deals including Ski holidays,
City latebreaks in the UK and Europe, Activity/Adventure excursions,
or simply tailor-make your own Latebreak by browsing our selection
of Hotels, flights, car hire and insurance sections of our website.
When you are ready simply go to our on-line booking form or if
you prefer telephone or fax, one of our representatives at our
booking-centre, which is open five days a week and operated by
knowledgeable staff. Do not forget that when booking with Latebreaks
you qualify for a chance to WIN an array of exciting PRIZES.
H/Q is based in Bournemouth with associated offices in London,
Germany, Denmark, Portugal and Turkey. Latebreaks directors and
staff are comprised of professionals with many years experience
in travel, electronic commerce, new media and marketing. Latebreaks
is proud of its staff and their commitments to achieving and maintaining
high standards of customer services. Latebreaks policy is to continue
research & development and to introduce new technical innovations
as they appear, further improving our services, websites and high
street travel agencies for our most important item, The customer.
from Bournemouth airport to Frankfurt (Hahn), Germany
60 miles west of Frankfurt. Access to Koblenz, Mannhein and Cologne
14.02.2002 Frankfurt-Hahn airport is Ryanair hub and on Valentine's
Day became Ryanair second base in mainland Europe and, simultaneously,
the first "turnstile" in Germany.
for a selection of hotels click here
ON LINE: Latebreaks launched their 24/7 on-line booking
engine to satisfy the ever changing interaction between the Internet
and end user, being presented with a list of hotels that have
no room is becoming a frustration for travelers in a hurry, so
our new system fills the demand for on-line real time reservations.
Latebreaks will be using their experience gained in Dublin Ireland
to launch their new Bournemouth
website and Bournemouth guide, after more than 10 years of
market research in the Bournemouth area we have combined the old
and the new to not only promote Bournemouth business localy, but
world wide on the Internet. Fora
list of Bournemouth hotels click here
CLUB: Latebreaks are preparing the Launch of their
Travel club, members are growing and this looks like a very
exciting project, joining is very simple and members will enjoy
the benefits of our discounted rates negotiated for members, in
connection with hotels, villa rental and car hire companies, plus
many other products and services.
Latebreaks is combining with www.prizedraw.com
to create another very exciting project in connection with travel,
prizes galore from Airline tickets, Hotel rooms, Villa rental
and car hire, travel insurance and travel goods, again another
excellent reason to join the Latebreaks travel club.
FROM RYANAIR THE LOW FARES AIRLINE
Europe's No.1 low fares airline announced FOUR new scheduled flights
FROM DUBLIN - TO BARCELONA, BLACKPOOL, FARO, AND MALAGA, and INCREASED
services to Newcastle in Britain.
route for Ryanair from Dublin to Faro airport in the Algarve region
of Portugal Ryanair offers one million "free" seats
Business & Finance
is offering one million "free" seats across its
network over the next three months to promote the launch of its
customer service and low fares charter.
quarter of the seats, on which passengers will only pay taxes,
will be available on routes from Dublin. Michael Cawley, Ryanair's
commercial director, said the free flights amounted to one third
of the carrier's capacity over the promotion period.
are no restrictions. And the free flights cover the mid-term break
for schools and the October bank holiday, a busy time for airlines,"
said the charter would let the media and passengers "judge"
the airline, adding that it was Ryanair's response to the "smoke
and mirrors policy of the high fares airlines".
also said there was a lot of misinformation about Ryanair's standards
and accused the Advertising Standards Authority of being "more
vigorous in its scrutiny of the low fares carriers than the high
airline also reiterated its commitment to safety and claimed that
its order for 100 new Boeing aircraft would mean that by 2006,
no Ryanair aircraft would be more than six years old.
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