Aer Lingus Regional has marked the start of a brand new route from Manchester to Belfast.
Starting in the present day, the airline will function as much as 4 every day return flights from Manchester Airport to Belfast Metropolis Airport.
Aer Lingus Regional, which is operated by Stobart Air, will base 5 ATR72-600 plane at Belfast Metropolis Airport.
Julian Carr, aviation director at Manchester Airport, mentioned: “It’s nice to see flights to Belfast Metropolis take off from Manchester Airport in the present day, giving our passengers higher selection and suppleness when accessing the capital of Northern Eire.
“I think about the flights will probably be extraordinarily well-liked for all passengers seeking to entry the town.
“Moreover, the flights can even present glorious onward connectivity for the folks of Northern Eire, who may have easy accessibility to our worldwide long-haul community.”
The service now operates three routes from Manchester, together with Dublin and Cork.
Commenting on the announcement, Stobart Air managing director, Andy Jolly, mentioned: “We’re happy to ascertain a base at Belfast Metropolis Airport and to work intently with Manchester Airport, Belfast Metropolis Airport and our companions Aer Lingus to function flights to and from Manchester.
“Stobart Air has labored arduous…