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Article from BTNews 29 JUNE 2020

Eastern Airways

London City (LCY) – Teesside (MME) will be introduced by Eastern Airways next Monday, with initially a daily service leaving MME 07:15 (arr 08:40) and LCY 09:15 (10:40).

The airline says whilst Humberside – Aberdeen has remained operating continuously on a daily weekday round-trip basis, an initial set of routes re-started, all on single daily round-trip basis with increasing frequency during July.
 
Humberside – Aberdeen (continued without a break)
Southampton – Belfast City
Southampton – Manchester (increases to twice daily from 13 July)
Southampton – Newcastle (increases to twice daily from 27 July)
Teesside – Aberdeen
Teesside – Belfast City
 
Additional routes will commence in the coming weeks including:

Leeds Bradford – Southampton (6 July)
Leeds Bradford – Newquay (9 July new route) – daily weekday
Teesside – Newquay (6 July new route) – twice weekly
Teesside – Southampton (3 August)
 
The re-start of Teesside – Dublin and start date for the new Southampton – Dublin expected to be 10 August in line with reduced travel restrictions and demand. The new Teesside – Alicante service will have a confirmed start-date based on the government's Air Bridge announcements this week.
 
The Cardiff – Anglesey (RAF Valley) service on behalf of the Welsh Government will be re-started once Intra-Wales Covid-19 travel restrictions are revised, which will also see the return of Cardiff – Teesside.
 
www.easternairways.com

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