Belfast Telegraph

Monday 22 September 2014

Airline Aer Lingus reveals its flights to the sun

Aer Lingus has unveiled its summer schedule from George Best Belfast City Airport. Holidaymakers will be able to fly direct from the airport to sun destinations including Palma, Malaga, and Faro. The Irish airline will fly to Palma, Majorca every Tuesday and Saturday, six days a week to Malaga (excluding Saturdays) and daily to Faro.

It will continue its Belfast to London Heathrow route and will maintain the London Gatwick route from Belfast City Airport, flying four times daily to Heathrow and three times a day to Gatwick.

The airline marks six years of operations in Belfast this winter and its first anniversary of flying from Belfast City Airport next week.

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