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Aer Lingus Regional Launches Belfast City Airport Summer Schedule

By Dave Simpson
Aer Lingus Regional Launches Belfast City Airport Summer Schedule

Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Emerald Airlines, has launched its summer schedule for Belfast City Airport, which consists of services to 13 UK destinations.


According to a statement published on, the launch of the schedule makes Aer Lingus Regional the largest airline operating at Belfast City Airport.

The UK destinations that make up the schedule are Birmingham, Cardiff, the East Midlands, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Jersey, the Isle of Man, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle, Newquay and Southampton.



The statement published on quoted commercial director Katy Best as saying, “The summer is one of the busiest times of the year at Belfast City Airport, and we often have up to 10,000 passengers a day using the terminal.

“Aer Lingus Regional’s summer schedule incorporates flights to 13 destinations, including popular holiday locations such as Jersey and [the] Isle of Man. This provides passengers with ultimate choice and convenience, to help them make it a summer to remember.

“In addition to an extensive selection of routes, passengers who choose Aer Lingus Regional from Belfast City Airport can travel hassle-free, thanks to our unrivalled city centre location and average security processing times of just six minutes.

“We look forward to the future of our partnership with Aer Lingus Regional, and to greeting many more travellers to Belfast City Airport.”

The statement published on also quoted Emerald Airlines’ chief executive, Keith Butler, as saying, “We are delighted to be providing a plethora of choice for those travelling to and from Belfast City. Whether it’s a city break in Manchester or […] a summer weekend in Newquay, our destinations cater for those travelling for both business and leisure purposes. We are committed to providing the highest standard of customer service, ensuring seamless travel experiences for our passengers.”


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