Friday, 16 October 2015

Up in the air …

NORWEGIAN AIR has announced plans to launch direct, low-cost flights from Boston and New York to Cork, Ireland – the only transatlantic flights to operate to Cork Airport – as well as onward services from Cork to Barcelona.

LUFTHANSA’s latest route is from Frankfurt to Tampa, Florida. The airline now flies to 18 US cities.

BOURNEMOUTH AIRPORT has said that it has retained its Park Mark status, following a re-assessment by the police. ‘This means that everyone parking their car at the airport can be confident that it will always be parked in a safe environment and that we have strict measures in place for deterring criminal activity,’ says Paul Knight, the airport’s managing director.

IBERIA EXPRESS has confirmed it will launch direct flights from Madrid to Birmingham. The low-cost carrier will operate return flights on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.

RYANAIR is to start twice-weekly flights from Larnaca, Cyprus, to Brussels.

DELTA AIR LINES’ non-stop double daily flights between Athens and New York-JFK are now on sale for travel in summer 2016. Flights will begin five times weekly from March, increasing to a daily service from May.

WIZZ AIR is to start twice-weekly flights from Birmingham to Bucharest, Romania, with fares from £28.49 one way, including all taxes and non-optional charges.

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