Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Aer Lingus and Ryanair update on Belfast routes

BBC reports on the speculation that has been mounting over the last month or so …

Airlines to begin Belfast flights

Aer Lingus logo

Aer Lingus is to begin flights from Belfast international airport to London Heathrow in August, the BBC has learned. It is understood the airline will operate four flights a day in each direction.

Ryanair logo

Meanwhile, another Irish airline, Ryanair, is expected to announce new routes to the UK and mainland Europe. The budget airline plans to operate from George Best Belfast City Airport and has been in talks with the airport.

1 comment:

John Self said...

At last! Now I can properly boycott Ryanair. Up to now I've done so in principle but as I never fly from Derry City Airport, it's been rather academic.