Aer Lingus Announces New Route to Palma de Mallorca
Aer Lingus has announced a new route to Majorca and increased frequency on flights from Cork to Amsterdam, the Canary Islands and Faro for summer 2011.
From the end of March 2011, a new twice weekly service from Cork to Palma de Mallorca (Majorca) will begin. The airline will also increase frequency on flights to Amsterdam, bringing to 13 the total number of weekly flights to the Dutch capital.
Sun worshippers will be delighted to hear that an additional weekly flight will be added to the Cork to Lanzarote and Tenerife services and another weekly flight will be added to the Faro (Portugal) service. Aer Lingus Regional will continue to operate daily morning and evening services from Cork to Manchester and Birmingham, offering customers travelling on business the option of same day return.
Kevin Cullinane, Cork Airport Marketing Manager said: “This news is extremely positive for business and leisure travellers alike. Not only is Amsterdam an important destination in itself, it is also a key European hub for travellers allowing them to access a myriad of destinations throughout the world. Sun worshippers will also be delighted with the additional services to Majorca, Faro and the Canary Islands”.
Declan Kearney, Aer Lingus Director of Communications, commented: “This announcement marks our continued development at Cork Airport. It reaffirms Aer Lingus’ commitment to providing direct, low fare access for Irish customers to new and exciting destinations and we look forward to welcoming customers on these services in 2011”.
Flights from Cork to Palma de Mallorca are now on sale starting from €49.99, including taxes and charges. For further information on fares and schedules please log onto www.aerlingus.com or www.corkairport.com