Articles Tagged ‘Belfast City’
United Express begins two routes, Aer Lingus Regional’s final pieces of its Belfast City puzzle, Jazeera Airways becomes the only carrier to Dhaka, + more.
Aer Lingus Regional has launched Belfast City to both East Midlands and Leeds Bradford, with these routes having a combined 295,000+ passengers last year.
Eastern Airways starts Teesside – LHR, connecting the two after 11 years; Aer Lingus Regional fills core void from Belfast City; and Clermont-Ferrand’s again connected with Orly.
Aer Lingus Regional has launched Birmingham and Manchester from Belfast City, with these two routes having 546,000 passengers last year.
Loganair began Glasgow – Belfast City today (4 September), reconnecting the two airports following the end of flybe; an important market served once again.
Alaska began San Jose from Spokane, its second Bay Area service; Aer Lingus replaced flybe on core Belfast City route to Edinburgh; and more.
Aer Lingus Regional on 27 August opened its new Belfast City base and its first route, to Edinburgh, was launched.
We analyse the development of these routes and look at how flybe and Aer Lingus Regional’s frequencies differ as easyJet’s grows at nearby Belfast International.
As BA CityFlyer announces Belfast City from flybe’s end which saw London – Belfast City seats cut by 24%, we look at the development of Belfast – London.
Loganair has announced Glasgow – Belfast City, replacing flybe which had 185,000 seats last year. Edinburgh, Manchester, Birmingham all unserved from Belfast City; we look at them.
Belfast City gives anna.aero exclusive tour of £15 million terminal investment and highlights business opportunities for the future
Belfast City recently invited anna.aero to look around its newest developments, including the expansion of its departure lounge and fire service equipment. While there, anna.aero’s Aviation Development Editor, Jonathan Ford, also caught up with the airport’s Commercial Director, Katy Best.
Bye bye bmibaby at Belfast City, Birmingham, East Midlands; Aer Lingus, Flybe, Jet2.com and Monarch stepping in
Started in the summer of 2002, bmibaby’s passenger numbers peaked in 2007 as the carrier tried a total of six UK regional bases. Which routes was it operating this summer, what competition did it face, and which carriers have already stepped in to replace which services?