So much has changed — domestically and in the world at large — since the UK government released the Integrated Review and MoD Command Paper in early 2021.
Aer Arann joins FlightPass programme
Irish regional carrier Aer Arann has joined the EuropebyAir FlightPass programme, which combines the route structures of geographically dispersed airlines into a pan-European network offering special fares and free reservations changes subject to availability.
Bill Wolf, president of EuropebyAir.com stated, "We are delighted to welcome Aer Arann to our network of airline partners. Adding Aer Arann routes to our network provides Europe by Air travellers with the opportunity to build flexible itineraries.
"Travellers from the US to Europe can also use our website booking engine to find and book low 'close-out' airfares at our new Clearance Sales Center, which offers unique Red Tag one-way transatlantic flights for $99 or less (taxes and fees not included).
FlightPasses are sold in countries outside Europe to non-European residents only.
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