Aer Lingus announces new routes for summer 2011, with additional frequencies on flights from Cork & Belfast
Aer Lingus today announced new routes and increased frequencies on flights from Cork and Belfast to Spain and the Canary Islands for summer 2011.
From the end of March 2011, a new twice weekly service will commence to Palma de Mallorca from Cork, as will a new twice weekly service from Belfast to Gran Canaria.
Aer Lingus will also increase frequency on flights from Cork to Amsterdam, bringing to 13 the total number of weekly flights to the Dutch capital. Flights from Cork to Lanzarote, Tenerife and Faro will also benefit from an extra weekly service. Aer Lingus Regional will continue to operate daily morning and evening services from Cork to Manchester and Birmingham, offering those customers travelling on business the option of same day return.
Declan Kearney, Aer Lingus Director of Communications commented, “Today’s announcement marks our continued development at Cork Airport. It reaffirms Aer Lingus’ commitment to providing direct, low fares access for Irish customers to new and exciting destinations and we look forward to welcoming customers on these new services in 2011. ”
Flights go on sale from today with lead in fares from Cork to Palma de Mallorca starting from €49.99 and from Belfast to Gran Canaria starting from £69.99, including taxes and charges. For more information on fares and schedules and to book visit www.aerlingus.com