Articles Tagged ‘Manchester Airport’
Direct air links between Manchester and China have been restored for the first time since the start of the pandemic, with Hainan Airlines resuming its Beijing-Manchester service. The weekly route is operated with an A330.
Aer Lingus has launched its first transatlantic service from the UK, with its non-stop route from Manchester to Barbados. Meanwhile, from 1 December, the airline will begin operating its first ever non-stop flights from Manchester to New York JFK.
Ryanair has launched two new services from Ireland West Airport to Edinburgh and Manchester. Both services will initially operate twice-weekly and on a year-round basis. These new services provide a major boost for the airport and the region as it restores critically-important connectivity.
Emirates’ has resumed A380 services to Manchester Airport, with the aircraft reintroduced in response to growing passenger demand. The resumption coincides with the 11th anniversary of the Emirates A380 serving Manchester. By October, the daily A380 service will increase to double-daily.
Aer Lingus confirms non-stop transatlantic flights from Manchester to New York JFK, Orlando and Bridgetown in 2021, followed by a Boston service in 2022. anna.aero looks at how Aer Lingus has grown traffic via Dublin from the UK since 2016, and how fares have developed from Manchester.
Manchester Airport is to be the UK’s ‘hub of the north’. anna’s James Davis chats with Julian Carr and Robert Smith about this plan.
flybe faces challenging future; new CEO Hammad to lead network changes with focus on European and leisure routes
Exeter-based flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has a new CEO, and the airline has revealed how it plans to face the future. Changes in the network will play a key role. We examine flybe’s exposure to the UK domestic market, its biggest routes, and what routes have been added and lost in the last 12 […]