Eastern Airways celebrates 10 years on the Birmingham to Newcastle route

Martyn Lloyd, Birmingham Airport, and Kay Ryan, Eastern Airways, celebrate 10 years of the Birmingham-Newcastle service

Eastern Airways is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its service between Birmingham and Newcastle
which provides an important link for commuters connecting between the Midlands and the North East
The UK’s second largest regional airline first started operating the route in 2003 following British Airways
decision to withdraw from the route with up to 24 flights are offered each week

Kay Ryan, Eastern Airways’ Commercial Director, said: "The 10th anniversary of this route shows our
commitment to the region by providing a long established, convenient air service to further strengthen
important business links between the Midlands and the North East.  Our schedules and timings between
Birmingham and Newcastle allow for day return trips, saving business travellers time at a reasonable price"

Martyn Lloyd, Birmingham Airport’s Commercial Director, said: "I am delighted to be wishing Eastern Airways
a very happy 10th Birthday from Birmingham Airport.  Eastern Airways offer an established and reliable service
that provides this very important link to the North East.  We look forward to continuing this successful partnership"

Eastern Airways provides a comprehensive network of domestic flights spanning the length and breadth of the
UK and also flies from airports in Norway and France.  It operates a fleet of 31 regional aircraft

Thursday 11 April 2013


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