Pat Byrne

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Cityjet has passed through the hands of several owners in its career, not all of whom made great decisions

You have to go back 10 years to the last time that Cityjet made a profit. In the 12 months ended March 31st, 2007, the regional carrier earned a surpl(...)

CityJet lost €30 million last year

CityJet lost €30 million last year as the airline expanded and invested in new aircraft to meet the demands of new business. The Irish carrier has sw(...)

Shelbourne’s attendances have continued to decrease this season as their promotion chances disappeared early on. Photo: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

For most of my adult life, a sunny May evening in Tolka Park would have be an occasion to relish. But it has been hard to go to games at Shels recentl(...)

Assessments on the results of the UK election range from positivity that it may change the course of business to intense negativity about the future of British-Irish trade. Photograph: iStock

Irish exporters and businesses with operations in the UK have signalled that there is a silver lining to Friday’s shock election result. Speaking to T(...)

Most interim managers have ‘done it all before’ so they hit the ground running and deliver value from day one

Interim managers are usually highly experienced individuals who like their corporate kicks in short, sharp bursts and whose expertise can boost the ca(...)

This deal makes CityJet Bombardier’s largest European CRJ900 aircraft customer. Photograph: Getty Images

Irish airline CityJet has exercised options to purchase four CRJ900 aircraft from Canadian manufacturer Bombardier Commercial Aircraft. When delivere(...)

CityJet executive chairman Pat Byrne said the carrier would be reducing the size of its crew base at London City Airport and would begin talks with the crew affected. Photograph: Getty Images

Irish airline CityJet expects some jobs will be lost as a result of its plan to cut the size of its base in London City Airport. CityJet has 60 staf(...)

Under Cityjet’s ownership, Cimber will continue to operate services from Copenhagen for SAS. The Irish airline will fly services from Stockholm and Helsinki.

Cityjet could buy up to 10 Bombardier aircraft worth €435 million as a result of its agreement to buy SAS subsidiary, Cimber. The Irish airline said(...)

Cityjet will provide three  Sukhoi aircraft to Brussels Airlines. Photograph: iStock

Irish carrier Cityjet will fly a number of routes for Brussels Airlines beginning next April under an agreement reached by the pair. Under its terms,(...)

Taking off: CityJet now employs more than 900 staff, an 80 per cent increase on 2015

Losses at Irish airline CityJet fell to €10 million last year from more than three times that in 2014, latest figures show. Accounts filed by CityJe(...)

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