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Stobart Air To Begin Resuming Services From Ireland To The UK From July 14

By Dave Simpson
Stobart Air To Begin Resuming Services From Ireland To The UK From July 14

Stobart Air has announced that it will start resuming its international services from July 14, beginning with its services from Dublin Airport to Edinburgh and Glasgow.

The airline intends to resume services from Dublin Airport to Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Bradford and Manchester and from Cork Airport to Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and Edinburgh on August 1.

Further Stobart Air services will resume on a phased basis throughout August and September.

When travelling with the airline, which operates Aer Lingus Regional services, passengers will be required to wear face masks and will be encouraged to remain seated during their flights.

Additionally, in-flight services will be limited, and new boarding procedures and enhanced deep cleaning and disinfecting procedures will be implemented.


"Committed To Providing Essential Connectivity"

The Irish Times quotes Stobart Air managing director Andy Jolly as saying, "While the impact of COVID-19 has resulted in an unprecedented reduction in passenger demand across the aviation industry globally, Stobart Air is committed to providing essential connectivity between Ireland, and the UK and Europe into the future, in line with government guidance.

"COVID-19 has instilled widespread uncertainty globally. Passengers can be assured that enhanced health and safety measures in line with European Aviation Safety Agency [EASA] and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control [ECDC] guidance are now in place to protect them, our staff, and our airline partners."

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