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Belfast City Airport Gets New Service To Jersey

By Dave Simpson
Belfast City Airport Gets New Service To Jersey

A new service from Belfast City Airport to Jersey has commenced operations.


According to a statement published on, the new service is being operated by Aer Lingus Regional service operator Emerald Airlines up to twice weekly.


The statement published on quoted Belfast City Airport chief commercial director Katy Best as saying, "The launch of flights to Jersey come at a perfect time for those wishing to take a summer holiday with Jersey boasting spectacular beaches, attractions to suit all interests, and a wealth of history and heritage waiting to be explored.

"The short flight time means passengers can enjoy the sunniest spot in the British Isles in less than two hours from Belfast City Airport, making it an attractive option for a quick getaway or family break.

"Coupled with our excellent city centre location and fantastic security processing times, an average of only six minutes, passengers can look forward to a smooth and hassle-free journey when they choose Belfast City Airport."


The statement published on quoted Best as also saying, "We have already received brilliant feedback in relation to the choice and experience provided by Aer Lingus and its exclusive operator Emerald Airlines and we look forward to welcoming its summer travellers through our terminal doors."

The statement published on quoted Emerald Airlines head of commercial Ciarán Smith as saying, "We are delighted to be adding this summer hotspot to our Belfast City schedule. Renowned beaches and cliffside walking trails, Jersey is sure to appeal to for those looking for a summer break in the sun.

"We look forward to welcoming passengers on board and providing them with a seamless and enjoyable travel experience."

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