Published on : Friday, June 18, 2021
British Airways is set to launch 18 new flights a week between Belfast City and Leeds Bradford, Exeter, Newquay and Glasgow airports this summer.
The airline will take over routes formerly serviced by Stobart Air, which operated Aer Lingus’ regional flights prior to going into liquidation.
The four new domestic routes between George Best Belfast City Airport and Exeter, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford and Newquay will run alongside British Airways’ services between Belfast and London City and London Heathrow airports.
Tom Stoddart, managing director of regional subsidiary BA CityFlyer said that they are delighted to announce these new services from Belfast, which will enhance their regional network and maintain vital connections between Northern Ireland and other key UK destinations.
British Airways’ flexible booking policy means customers can exchange their tickets or change dates free of charge. Budget airline easyJet has also responded to the pandemic’s changing travel landscape by announcing domestic routes from Merseyside to Dorset and the Midlands to Cornwall.
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