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    • unveils new London-bound service from Belfast City Airport

      Monday 30 Jul 2012

      Isle of Man based airline is starting a new return route from Belfast City Airport to London Oxford Airport, it was announced today.
      The new five days a week service, which starts on Monday 30 July, has fares starting from £74.95 one-way including taxes, with no credit or debit card charges or booking fees to pay and a free allowance of up to 10kg for hand luggage.

      The new service from Belfast City Airport via the Isle of Man will provide easy and affordable travel to both business and leisure passengers looking to fly to the one of the most popular destinations in the UK.

      David Buck,’s Managing Director, said: ‘The new route is a welcome addition to existing services from the Isle of Man and Jersey to London Oxford Airport. It is another example of our commitment to delivering our passengers sensible and affordable travel through a first class, uncongested airport. At we are determined to make travel even easier for all and with this new route, many popular destinations in London and the Midlands are more accessible.’

      Chris Orphanou, Managing Director of London Oxford Airport, said: ‘The launch of this new scheduled service to and from London Oxford Airport gives us the opportunity to showcase the world class facilities we have here. Combined with London Oxford’s strategic location and its great road, rail and bus links make it the ideal gateway for both business and leisure travel.’

      Brian Ambrose, Chief Executive of George Best Belfast City Airport said:
      “We’re delighted that our long standing partner airline is to broaden its route network. I am sure London Oxford will prove an interesting destination for passengers and adds another London area airport to our rich UK route network and growing European portfolio.”