9 AUGUST 2010
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CORK is no longer to be connected by Aer Arann to Dublin and Belfast from the end of August. The Irish carrier currently operates one return flight a day, except Saturdays, from the southern Irish city to the two capitals. The independent airline, now linked to Aer Lingus with a franchise agreement, says it remains committed to Cork Airport and just three weeks ago announced additional flights from Cork to Manchester and Birmingham. This development will mean that the airline will base a second ATR-72 aircraft in Cork from the start of the winter schedule at the end of October. www.aerarann.com
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