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Saturday 28 January 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Up and Away

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# new views
Own a drone? These tips will help you take great photos with one
For one, don’t ever shoot in JPEG. It’s not worth it.
# up up and away
Ryanair has become the first airline to fly 100 million passengers in one year
A recommencement of flights to and from Belfast has also been announced.
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Ireland's newest pilots had less than a 0.5% chance of getting the job
Out of the 2,800 that applied there were only 12 places available.
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This conference is trying to turn the west into a hub for drones
And it involves Achill Island and kitesurfing.
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House prices are starting to take off outside Dublin
Other major cities have been leading the rises in the property market.
# Forgive and forget
Government parties are up FIVE POINTS in the first poll of the year
There’s good news for Lucinda’s new party too, as the ‘Rebooters’ make their first appearance in a political opinion poll.
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Soaring profits for Ryanair - but it's not getting carried away with excitement
The Irish airline said its new customer service focus has been great for people travelling with it.
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The astonishing 'rattler' shifts that US air traffic controllers work
Controllers are allowed to work five shifts over four 24-hour periods.
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Show me the money: Ryanair has raised €850 million for new planes
The carrier is the best-rated airline in Europe, and says it is planning further savings for passengers.
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Stuart Hogg shows Glasgow fans what they were missing with great try against USA
The Warriors fullback won an aerial battle before sprinting in a score from 70 metres out.
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Irish airport traffic up 5.4 per cent in December
Dublin and Shannon each saw rises, but Cork airport saw traffic drop by over seven per cent.
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Airlines confident for strong 2011, but not as confident as they used to be
Most airlines expecting higher passenger volumes, but higher oil prices are taking their toll.