Aer Lingus Regional operate inaugural flight from Birmingham Airport to Knock

Aer Lingus Regional/Aer Arann ATR 72 EI-REL operated
their inaugural flight to Knock today/Monday 11 June 2012
less than four weeks after they announced the new service
and seamlessly taking over the route from bmibaby
who operated their final service yesterday/Sunday
Commenting on the launch of the service, Aer Arann’s
Interim Chief Executive Sean Brogan said, “We are delighted
to commence our Aer Lingus Regional Birmingham to
Ireland West Airport Knock service today. We recognise
the vital importance of regional air connectivity and the
key role that this air link to and from Birmingham
provides for business, tourism and leisure travel. We
look forward to working with our partners in Birmingham
Airport to ensure that this route continues to be a success"
Welcoming the launch of the service, Aer Lingus Director
of Communications, Declan Kearney said, "Aer Lingus
is delighted to add the Birmingham to Ireland West Airport
Knock route to its network. We look forward to welcoming
more and more customers on board this service from today
and into the future"
Paul Kehoe, CEO, Birmingham Airport, added, "The Midlands
is home to many thousands of Irish descendants so we’re
confident that today’s launch will be welcomed by those
wanting to visit friends and relatives in both Birmingham
and Knock, as well as the business community who need
to access the Midlands and County Mayo"
Aer Lingus Regional/Aer Arann flights from Birmingham
to Knock start from €29.99 one way including taxes
and are available for booking on 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
Monday 11 June 2012


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