A number of new air services have been announced for airports on the island of Ireland.
Shannon Airport operator Shannon Group has welcomed the addition of Shannon Airport to global cargo airline Cargolux's network, according to a statement published on ShannonGroup.ie, which also noted that the weekly, year-round Cargolux service will route from Los Angeles via Seattle, and will subsequently depart Shannon for Cargolux’s hub in Luxembourg, from where it provides both a road trucking network across Europe and onward flights to Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the Americas.
Belfast City Airport
Aer Lingus Regional service operator Emerald Airlines has announced services from Belfast City Airport to Cardiff and Southampton, according to a statement published on BelfastCityAirport.com, which added that the services will commence from 7 July.
According to a subsequent statement published on BelfastCityAirport.com, easyJet has launched a service from Belfast City Airport to Liverpool which will depart on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
According to another subsequent statement published on BelfastCityAirport.com, Royal Caribbean International has launched its first direct charter flight from Belfast City Airport to take travellers to the cruise line's new ship, Wonder of the Seas, and the flights will operate between now 18 September of this year.
According to a statement published on DublinAirport.com, Egyptair has launched a new year-round service from Dublin Airport to Cairo, which will operate four times weekly and is Ireland’s first scheduled air service to and from Egypt.
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