25 JUNE 2012


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Article from BTNews 25 JUNE 2012

Northern Ireland flights

Following the demise of bmiBaby the shake-up of air services to and from Northern Ireland continues with easyJet now claiming to be the six counties' largest airline.  The Luton-based carrier is due to introduce extra flights from Belfast International Airport on routes including Edinburgh, London and Manchester from the start of the winter season.
Expansion of its Edinburgh service means that Monday flights will increase from three to four; and those on Tuesday and Wednesday from two to three.
There will be three flights to Manchester on Monday, Thursday and Friday – up from the current two daily flights.
And on easyJet’s four London destinations (Gatwick, Luton, Southend and Stansted) there will be extra flights on weekday mornings and evenings, particularly aimed at business travellers.
All the changes will be effective from the start of easyJet’s winter schedule on 28 October.
Earlier, on 22 October, the airline will launch its first service from Belfast International Airport to Birmingham. www.easyJet.com

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