Cornwall Airport Newquay has announced details of a new route starting next year.
From April 3, Aer Lingus Regional will fly a four-times weekly service to Belfast City, while it will also increase the frequency of its Dublin service, allowing for improved connections to the carrier’s transatlantic flights from Dublin.
Amy Smith, head of commercial at Cornwall Airport Newquay, said: “It’s fantastic that Aer Lingus Regional sees the potential of not only increasing the frequency of our Dublin connection, but also adding a new destination to Belfast for our passengers.
“We expect fantastic results from both routes next year due to the enhancement of destination options available to those wishing to fly from Cornwall. The new routes also increase opportunity for overseas markets to reach us with ease, helping us support Cornish tourism.”