30 MAY 2022


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Article from BTNews 30 MAY 2022

Belfast City intro

With the extended Bank Holiday looming up Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Emerald Airlines, is introducing two new routes out of Belfast City Airport.

From today (Monday 30 May) Exeter and Glasgow have been added to the network which already includes Birmingham, Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford and Manchester airports.

In addition to the new routes, Emerald Airlines welcomes an additional two aircraft to its Belfast fleet, increasing the frequency of its existing services to Manchester and Birmingham, which now operate up to three times per day.

Speaking of Aer Lingus Regional’s commitment to Belfast City Airport, Ellie McGimpsey, Aviation Development Manager at Belfast City Airport, commented: “We are seeing strong demand for flights to England and Scotland, with customers visiting family and friends, making the most of a long weekend, and getting back to business travel. These new routes will give passengers more flexibility and choice, conveniently connecting them to a number of exciting destinations across Great Britain. Customers can travel from Belfast City to Glasgow daily and Exeter up to five times per week. We look forward to working together to further develop the network from Belfast City Airport”.

Emerald Airlines points out that recruitment is ongoing for positions in Belfast including flight and cabin crew.  



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