Posts Tagged ‘ Continental Airlines ’

Delta delight

Nov 3rd, 2014 | By

In praise of Delta



APD drops in Northern Ireland

Oct 1st, 2011 | By

What are we to make of the government decision to reduce APD for transatlantic flights out of the province from £60 to £12? The government says it is answer a particular case whereby residents of Northern Ireland can travel to Dublin and only pay €3 instead of £60.



Northern Ireland and the USA

Jul 8th, 2011 | By

The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee of the House of Commons has suggested that air passenger duty (APD) on all flights from Northern Ireland should be abolished.
Why?
To counter the threat the tax poses to the economy of the province. But we all face this tax wherever we live in the UK. What’s so special about Northern Ireland?



Travel talk: where the experts holiday

Dec 4th, 2009 | By

In the first of a new series, CD-Traveller spoke to Bob Schumacher, Senior Director UK and Ireland at Continental Airlines – who recently unveiled its new fully flat-bed Business First seat – about the three C’s in his life: Canada, cruising and, of course, Continental Airlines