Aer Arann, founded in 1970 as an airline connection between Ireland and its islands, established routes between cities such as Galway and Cork in the 80's and slowly cornered a market that nowadays has 600 flights a week, with 40 internal Irish routes as well as to the UK and Europe. In this airline information guide you can see: IATA code and ICAO code of Aer Arann, information relating to baggage and flight ticket changes and cancellation costs. Here you can also see the list of low-cost flights operated by Aer Arann . Click on the departure or on the destination airport of the flight you want to find out more about. Click on "Timetable" to find out when the airline Aer Arann flies and book your flight on-line.
Aer Arann is equipping its fleet with ATR 72-500 aircraft in order to reduce atmospheric CO2 emissions - these models reduce the emission of polluting agents from ATR flights by 70%. For that reason, the company has twice won the "greenest air company" title over the past few years. The main hub of Aer Arann is Dublin airport, other secondary hubs are Galway, Cork and Cardiff airports. Aer Arann flies to Cork, Derry, Donegal, Sligo, Galway, Knock and Man Island in Ireland and to Amsterdam, Bordeaux, Faro, Malaga, Lorient, Nantes, La Rochelle, Brest, Edinburgh, London, Bristol, Birmingham, Newcastle, Leeds, Cardiff, Manchester.
Before booking your Aer Arann flight, please read the Travel informations about baggage, check-in and other particular rules and charges applied by Aer Arann Russian Airlines on changing or cancelling a booking. Remember requests to change a booking are only accepted by telephone.
Aer Arann is an Irish regional airline carrying around 1.15 million passengers every year. Aer Arann operates scheduled flights to 26 destinations, mainly in Ireland and the United Kingdom.
Aer Arann is the third largest Irish airline after Aer Lingus and Ryanair. It operates over 400 scheduled flights per week.