Aer Arann is blaming the weather for recent problems with its Kerry/Dublin service. The airline says staff are working hard to bring the service back to the standard which their customers expect. Aer Arann’s service to and from Farranfore has come in for strong criticism from their customers lately. In particular, the late night flight from Dublin to Kerry has been disrupted.The airline is acknowledging this and cites weather and related issues in the past month as the problem. Aer Arann says the situation has improved and that their on-time performance of 85 per cent is well above the European average. Meanwhile, the Manchester service is to continue. It started nearly a year ago and the airline says it`s been a success for business and tourists. Aer Arann Chief Executive Padraig O`Ceidigh says he hopes to develop the market between Kerry and the North-West of England.
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