Go Gets Foothold In Ireland

5th Jul 2001

UK-based airline, Go is launching two new routes from Dublin to Edinburgh and Dublin to Glasgow.
With many bookings taken online, the airline will operate the first low cost connection from Ireland to Edinburgh and Glasgow with minimum fares of £45 return to both destinations.
The company is promising cheap flights and a high quality service with one class on board and seats allocated at check-in. They don`t provide meals or drinks on board. Three flights daily will be operating between Dublin and Glasgow International and four flights a week will operate to Edinburgh.
Aer Rianta, the Irish airports authority, has welcomed their arrival, saying a second low-cost airline operating out of Dublin Airport will mean greater choice and value for Irish consumers.


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