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Belfast City Airport Gets New Isle Of Man Service

By Dave Simpson
Belfast City Airport Gets New Isle Of Man Service

A new Isle of Man service has been announced for Belfast City Airport.


The new service will be operated by Aer Lingus Regional operator Emerald Airlines four times weekly, from 24 April, and will increase to six times per week in the summer, according to a statement published on


The statement published on quoted Emerald Airlines’ executive chairman, Conor McCarthy, as saying, “We are delighted to be bolstering our Belfast City schedule by adding a new link between Belfast and the Isle of Man. We look forward to continuing to grow our services, providing more options for those travelling to and from Belfast.”

The statement published on also quoted its commercial director, Katy Best, as saying, “This new service to Isle of Man will be the 13th Aer Lingus route from Belfast City Airport, providing excellent choice for passengers this summer.

“The airline will also operate new routes to [the] East Midlands, Jersey, Newcastle and Newquay. This is in addition to its existing services, to Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Southampton.


“The first Aer Lingus flights operated by Emerald took off in March last year, and we are very pleased with the performance and growth of the routes since then.”

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