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Ryanair to resume suspended Belfast to London route a month early


A Ryanair plane

A Ryanair plane

A Ryanair plane

Ryanair is to reinstate its Belfast to London service a month early.

Pilot rostering issues meant some 700,000 passengers were affected by Ryanair's decision to drop numerous routes including suspending its Belfast to Gatwick route for the winter.

On Wednesday the company announced the London service would resume on March. However, instead of flying to Gatwick, as it had previously, it will now travel to Stansted.

The company also launched its summer 2018 schedule of 14 flights out of Northern Ireland.

The airline said: "Ryanair will deliver lower fares and an even better customer experience as it rolls out year four of its 'Always Getting Better' customer experience programme, including a new Ryanair Rooms website, Ryanair concert tickets, Apple Pay integration, long haul Air Europa flights on sale on Ryanair.com and a new partnership with the Erasmus Student Network."

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