Aer Lingus Regional to operate new daily service to Ireland West Airport Knock

Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Aer Arann, today/Thursday
announced it is to open a new daily service from Birmingham
to Ireland West Airport Knock on Monday 11 June 2012 - the
day after the existing bmibaby service to Knock ends
Commenting on the announcement, Aer Arann Interim
Chief Executive Sean Brogan said, "We are delighted to
add the Birmingham-Knock route to our network. We’re
confident that there will be strong demand from both
business and leisure travellers for direct, convenient
and cost effective access from the West of Ireland to
Great Britain’s second largest city"
Welcoming the announcement, Aer Lingus Chief
Commercial Officer Stephen Kavanagh said, “Aer Lingus
is delighted be extending its Aer Lingus Regional network
to include Birmingham-Knock. The addition of this
new service further demonstrates the continued
success of the Aer Lingus Regional franchise"
Martyn Lloyd, Air Services Development Director for
Birmingham Airport, said, “This is great news for the
Midlands’ business and leisure passenger and we look
forward to the new service starting this summer"
Flights from Birmingham to Ireland West Airport Knock
start from £29.99 one way including taxes and go on
sale on Friday 18th May 2012 at -
Aer Lingus schedule to Knock from Monday 11 June 2012
Flight EI 3501 departs BHX daily to Knock at 0920
Flight EI 3502 arrives BHX daily from Knock at 1255
All flights operated by AT7
Thursday 17 May 2012


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