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Aer Lingus and Alitalia Exchange Virtual Blows During Soccer Match

Unless you’ve been living on another planet for the last 24 hours you’ll know that last night Ireland beat Italy 1-0. During the match there was, as usual, a lot of activity on social media. One of the more amusing Twitter exchanges was between Ireland’s Aer Lingus and Italy’s Alitalia. https://twitter.com/Alitalia/status/745635810200948736 .@Alitalia Bring it on. […]

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Authenticity is the Key to Social Media says Paul Buckley of Aer Lingus [Video]

Paul Buckley, Head of Social Media at Aer Lingus was at the Disruptors conference recently in Dublin. Like all brands, Paul says, they’ve found it can be a challenge to reach their audience through Facebook’s Edgerank filtering. “What we’ve been finding is that it’s the authentic content that is making a difference for us” That authenticity has to permeate […]

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Ryanair First Irish Airline To Allow Electronics On Flights

Ryanair announced a couple of days ago that they had been granted permission by the Irish Aviation Authority to let passengers leave their “personal electronic devices” or PEDs on throughout their flights: Ryanair, Ireland’s favourite airline, today (6 Feb) confirmed that all Ryanair customers may – with immediate effect – use their PEDs (including tablets, […]

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Online Payments Provider Realex Announces Growth

Irish online payment provider, Realex Payments, has announced significant growth. In a release earlier this afternoon the Dublin based company announced revenues up by 28%, transaction volumes up 44%, client base increase by 74% (!!!) They’re now processing 1.5 billion euro a month on average! During the year Realex Payments signed up an additional 3,550 […]

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Aer Lingus To Offer Wifi?

Aer Lingus is exploring offering wifi on both European and Transatlantic flights reports Damien Mulley. According to Damien’s article the airline would charge €10 for a UK or European flight, while they’d charge €20 for a flight to the US. Other airlines, such as Delta, base their pricing on the more traditional time periods eg. […]

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