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April 21st, 2010. Management at Cork Airport is delighted to welcome’s announcement that it plans to launch a Cork to Galway service on July 2nd, 2010.

Designed to connect Cork with the heart of the West, the Isle of Man based airline will operate 14 flights per week between the two cities. From Friday, July 2nd, two return flights will operate each week day, with a late flight on Friday night and Sunday night at 8pm in addition to earlier 4.05pm departures.

Kevin Cullinane, Aviation Marketing Manager, Cork Airport, said: "It gives me great pleasure to welcome to Cork Airport. The addition of this new route will assist the economic, tourism and social interaction between Cork and Galway and enhance the prospects of attracting significant investment to the regions via the new connectivity between both city regions".'s Chairman, Noel Hayes said: "We have great confidence in the long term future of the Irish economy and are delighted to bring our award-winning service to communities in the South and West. With 14 flights per week, we are improving connectivity between Cork and Galway and bringing the many attractions of Galway and the West within easy reach. In turn, we are hoping to stimulate commerce and tourism in both regions.

Launched in 2006, Isle of Man based currently carries 100,000 passengers a year between the Isle of Man and Blackpool, Belfast, Leeds Bradford, East Midlands, Newcastle, Gloucester and Jersey. Further information and booking details are available at