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Belfast City Airport Gets EasyJet Services To London And Manchester

By Dave Simpson
Belfast City Airport Gets EasyJet Services To London And Manchester

EasyJet services to London Luton and Manchester have been launched from Belfast City Airport.


According to a statement published on, both services are available year round and will operate up to four times weekly: on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.


The statement published on quoted its commercial director, Katy Best, as saying, “Since commencing operations at Belfast City Airport only two years ago, with its route to London Gatwick, easyJet has moved from strength to strength.


“The addition of flights to London Luton and Manchester further boost its presence at Belfast City Airport, providing additional choice and ease for passengers.

“These new routes not only bolster our […] network, but underline our commitment to meeting customer demand and offering unparallelled connectivity across the UK.”

The statement published on also quoted Best as saying, “Passengers that choose to fly from Belfast City Airport will also benefit from unrivalled convenience due to our excellent location – five minutes from Belfast city centre – and our speedy security times.”

The statement published on quoted easyJet UK country manager Ali Gayward as saying, “We are delighted to be celebrating the launch of our new domestic service from Belfast City to London Luton and Manchester for the first time, further strengthening our network in Belfast City and providing our customers with even more direct and convenient domestic connections that we know will prove popular for business and leisure travellers alike.

“We are proud to be the largest airline in Northern Ireland and remain committed to offering customers great-value fares and more choice when they fly with us.”


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