Latest Edinburgh Airport Stories

2008-11-06 06:00:13

Ireland-based low-cost airline Ryanair has launched its 27th base at Edinburgh Airport in the UK. Ryanair will base two new Boeing 737-800 aircraft, worth $140 million, to serve 23 routes to and from Edinburgh.

2008-10-03 18:00:08

By Sandra Dick LIFE is full of firsts: that first day at school, first kiss which may or may not be before first love, first job and the first letter from the bank saying you're overdrawn and that'll be GBP 30, please.

2008-09-29 09:00:36

By IAN SWANSON Scottish EDINBURGH Airport bosses have been urged to bring in lower noise limits for planes after a system of fines helped cut the racket endured by people living near the flightpath.

2008-09-29 09:00:36

By Andrew Picken IF the mantra of a certain fading Australian soap opera is to be believed, everybody needs good neighbours. Try telling that to Edinburgh Airport and the Royal Highland Agricultural Society of Scotland, though.

2008-09-24 12:00:23

By Michael Blackley SEVERAL flights that operate from Edinburgh Airport risk being cut in the event of HBoS's head office being moved out of the Capital, business leaders warned today.

2008-09-23 12:00:34

BUDGET airline Jet2.com has announced three new flights to Europe from Edinburgh Airport. Links to Ibiza, Menorca and Venice will begin next summer, meaning the airline will fly to 11 destinations from the Capital.

2008-09-19 12:00:24

By Andrew Picken SHOWGROUND chiefs have hit out at Edinburgh Airport after spending more than GBP 1 million on plans to develop a new 10,000- seater indoor sports arena, only for the scheme to be left in tatters.

2008-09-19 06:00:22

By Brian Ferguson THE Royal Highland Show's relocation has been left in limbo after the owners of Edinburgh Airport shelved plans to expand on to a third of the Ingliston site until at least 2020.

Word of the Day
  • an ornament or knob in the shape of a flower
  • In architecture, a floral ornament; specifically, the large conventional flower usually placed in the center of the abacus of a Corinthian capital or classic ceiling-caisson; also, the floreated termination of a Gothic finial.
[ "The word 'fleuron' comes from French."]