- Newquay Cornwall to Belfast route to commence on June 28 and initially operate three times weekly, with fares starting from £34.99;
- Exeter to Dublin route to commence on August 30 and initially operate four times weekly, with fares starting from £39.99;
- Flights will operate in line with Covid-19 protocols, including Stobart Air’s enhanced health and safety measures;
- Stobart Air calls on UK & Irish Governments to develop vaccine passport system to allow vaccinated people resume travel;
Stobart Air, operator of Aer Lingus Regional routes, has today (Tuesday, 20 April) added two new routes to its network, connecting England’s southwestern coast with the island of Ireland.
The new Exeter Airport (EXT) to Dublin Airport (DUB) route will initially operate four times weekly, on Monday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, commencing on August 30, 2021.
The new Cornwall Airport Newquay (NQY) to Belfast City Airport (BHD) will initially operate three times weekly on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, commencing on June 28, 2021.
All Stobart Air flights will operate in line with Covid protocols put in place by the UK and Irish governments and health authorities. Stobart Air has implemented a number of enhanced health and safety measures to protect staff, crew and passengers, including enhanced aircraft cleaning, mandatory face coverings (with the exception of small children and those who are unable to wear a face mask for medical reasons), and boarding, disembarkation and in-flight procedures to reduce crew and passenger interaction.
Top Copyright Photo: Aer Lingus Regional-Stobart Air ATR 72-212A (ATR 72-600) EI-FAX (msn 1129) GLA (Robbie Shaw). Image: 934301.
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