Aer Lingus Announce New Route And Expanded Services In Cork

A new flight route to Newcastle from Cork is to be introduced in the summer of 2014 by Aer Lingus.

Alongside this the airlines services to Manchester and Bristol, and Rennes in France, are to be expanded.

It is expected that the changes will see an additional 50,000 seats available per year at Cork airport.

The new Newcastle route will operate four times per week, with the Manchester service increasing to three times daily and the Bristol service becoming twice daily.


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