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Aer Lingus launches Cork summer programme

4th February 2010 Print

Aer Lingus has launched its largest ever summer programme at Cork Airport. A total of 140 weekly departures will operate to the UK and continental Europe, an increase of 44 flights per week.

Twenty-two routes will be served directly from Cork including popular destinations such as Alicante, Barcelona, Faro, Lanzarote, Malaga and Nice.

Eight routes are being added with new services to Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Jersey, La Rochelle, London Gatwick and Tenerife. This development is further evidence of a long-term commitment to building a route network to serve the business and leisure needs of the region.

Welcoming this announcement, Aer Lingus Chief Commercial Officer Stephen Kavanagh said, "We are very pleased today to offer our low fares and quality service to an increased range of destinations. The support of the travelling public has helped us become Corks' largest airline and we look forward to welcoming more customers onboard in the coming months."

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