Exeter Airport has launched new flights to Belfast because it continues to develop its route community.
Emerald Airways, the regional providers operator of Irish provider Air Lingus has begun working 5 flights per week from the South West to Northern Eire.
It marks the second route from Exeter for Emerald Airways, which the airport just lately introduced will fly enterprise and leisure passengers to Dublin, as a connecting service for brand spanking new routes to 5 locations in North America.
Stephen Wiltshire, managing director of Exeter Airport, stated the transport hub was “delighted” to see the brand new flights to Belfast Metropolis Airport start on Thursday (Might 26), saying the path to the Northern Irish capital was “in style” amongst passengers.
Mr Wiltshire stated: “It means we’ll offer 29 locations for 2022/23 and offering passengers throughout the area with much more selection from their native airport.”
Ciarán Smith, head of economic at Emerald Airways, added the brand new Exeter route was a part of an enlargement of providers from its Belfast base, which can even see the addition of two new ultra-low gasoline burn plane to its fleet.
Exeter Airport is owned and operated by Regional and Metropolis Airports (RCA), a part of Rigby Group plc. RCA additionally function s Bournemouth Airport within the South West, in addition to Norwich Airport and Coventry Airport, whereas it holds a administration contract for Solent Airport close to Portsmouth.
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