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first_img 0 Comments   Share   What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ “Our guys are excited about being able to focus on an opponent.”Thing is, the Cardinals didn’t really focus on their opponents during preseason play, instead choosing to look at what they could do to improve. While that’s still a goal, the focus now shifts from the Cardinals to the Carolina Panthers. The opener will be at University of Phoenix Stadium September 11, and the head coach is glad to begin the year in the state of Arizona.“I think it makes a huge difference,” he said of home-field advantage. “My expectation from the way our crowd was in preseason and the way they have been at University of Phoenix Stadium is we’re going to have a great crowd.“I’m excited that we have an opportunity, with as many new faces as we have on this team, that we have the opportunity to play at home first and get our fans behind us.”Arizona Sports’ Kyndra de St. Aubin contributed to this report The wait is finally over.The Arizona Cardinals, after a busy offseason which saw a flurry of big moves, are preparing for the regular season opener.That fact is exciting to head coach Ken Whisenhunt, and he believes his team feels the same way.“We got some things done in the preseason,” he said. “We’re by no means there, though, we’ve got a lot more work left to do and I’m sure there will be some things in the game that we’ll have to learn from.center_img Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Top Stories last_img read more

Irish cheap flights carrier Aer Arann has announce

first_imgIrish cheap flights carrier Aer Arann has announced that it will fly to London City Airport once it commences services from the Isle of Man in January.The Dublin-based airline will operate three daily flights with its new-generation 72-seat ATR72-500 aircraft, which will provide a major boost to the island’s finance sector.Commenting on the new route, Isle of Man airport director Ann Reynolds said: “From the start of next year, regular flights will be available to London’s premier business airport, less than four miles from London’s commercial and financial heartland at Canary Wharf.”Aer Arann’s announcement restores the weekday frequency of flights between the Isle of Man and London City to four – with VLM currently operating a once-a-day service.The new route will enable Isle of Man travellers to have a full day in the capital, with the first outbound flight departing from the island at 08:25 GMT and the last return flight leaving London City at 19:45 GMT.The airline announced the launch of a new service between Cork and Glasgow (Prestwick) at the end of last month. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedIsle of Man Airport records small fall in passenger numbersIsle of Man Airport announced its passenger turnover during 2008 was just 0.16 percent lowerEtihad Airways signs codeshare agreement with Aer ArannEtihad Airways has announced that it will offer its customers the opportunity to fly to more destinations in IrelandFlights to Shannon launched from BristolAer Lingus Regional has commenced direct flights to Shannon from Bristollast_img read more