Aer Lingus Regional reported its 16th month of consecutive growth in October according to the latest figures.
Passenger numbers increased by 9 per cent in October compared to the same month last year.
Strong increases were seen on a number of routes during October when compared to the same month last year. There was a 13 per cent growth on the Dublin to Glasgow route and a 22 per cent growth on the Dublin to Kerry route. There was also a 10 per cent growth on the Dublin to Isle of Man route.
During October the airline's Dublin to Newcastle route completed its first full year of service, during which 70,000 passenger flew the route. October also saw the launch of the airline's Dublin to Leeds Bradford.
The airline, which is operated by Stobart Air, carried 1,137,239 passengers between January and Ocotber this year. This is 21 per cent more than the same period in 2013.