Monday, February 25, 2008

Aer Lingus stretches wings with new routes from Belfast

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This week sees the expansion of Aer Lingus’ routes from Belfast International and the basing of a third aircraft at the airport.

Flights to Budapest, Faro, Malaga and Rome are being added on top of the existing routes to Heathrow, Amsterdam, Barcelona and Geneva. (Budapest and Faro - three flights a week; Malaga and Rome - four flights a week.)

And beginning 30 March, they’ll be flying daily to Paris Charles de Gaulle (achieved by cutting back on one of the current twice-daily flights to Amsterdam).

Twice-a-week flights to Nice start on 1 April, making a total of ten destinations served from their new Belfast base.

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