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#Fly

# fly - Saturday 28 April, 2018

From The Daily Edge While we were all watching The Late Late referendum debate, a fly stole the show on Graham Norton Blue Bottle

While we were all watching The Late Late referendum debate, a fly stole the show on Graham Norton

Orlando Bloom spotted a fly drowning in Stephen Merchant’s beer and decided to save it.

# fly - Monday 28 March, 2016

Woman rescued after trying to swim to cruise ship

She thought her husband was on board.

# fly - Sunday 24 May, 2015

Are flies afraid when you try to squash them?

Maybe, and it might be really important.

# fly - Thursday 28 August, 2014

From The Daily Edge Sharon Ní Bheoláin dealt with a fly attack while reading the news, like a boss Flyin'

# fly - Wednesday 9 October, 2013

'A fan of oratory': Fly interrupts Dáil debate on DNA database

Some buzz in the Dáil chamber earlier…

# fly - Monday 21 January, 2013

Travel warning as flights affected by bad weather around Europe

Bad weather around Europe has led to airlines cancelling a number of flights today.

# fly - Monday 17 September, 2012

Ryanair sees record August passenger numbers

8.9 million passengers travelled with Ryanair in August, with 25 million using the airline company over the summer months

# fly - Thursday 6 September, 2012

Aer Lingus announces increase in August passenger numbers

The total number of people travelling with Aer Lingus increased by 2.2 per cent overall in August of this year, although the number of short haul passengers was down by 1.2 per cent.

# fly - Monday 16 January, 2012

From The Daily Edge New house fly to be named after Beyoncé Bootylicious Science This post contains images

New house fly to be named after Beyoncé

For one researcher, the golden-bummed fly could receive just one name…

# fly - Wednesday 3 August, 2011

Ryanair breaks passenger record and calls for an end to travel tax

Ryanair boss has hit out at the government and the Dublin Airport Authority, saying that the travel tax and high fees are crippling Irish tourism.

# fly - Friday 30 July, 2010

AER LINGUS says it is disappointed “that the Impact trade union has decided to ballot for a third time” on the company’s cost-saving efforts. The airline have moved to reassure passengers and says “there will be no disruption to their travel plans whatsoever arising out of this latest development.” Impact are balloting members for action up to and including strike action.

# fly - Thursday 29 July, 2010

MICHAEL O’LEARY is sure to be chuckling away to himself, as the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) has today been slapped on the wrist.

The DAA has failed to meet two out of 13 quality targets, set for it by the Commission for Aviation Regulation, and as a consequence, something that will really please the low cost airline – the DAA will be forced to drop airport charges.

The DAA failed to ensure that passengers spend less than 30 minutes queueing at a security checkpoint. On several occassions it was noted that passengers queued over the limit – up to 34minutes at one stage.

The airport also failed in satisfying passengers need for phone and internet facilities at the airport.

A spokesman for the Commission for Aviation Regulation said the amount of reduction in the maximum airport charge was minimal – around 1 cent per passenger – but that this was the first time airport charges were being partly based on quality standards.