EXETER SERVICE RESUMES AT BELFAST CITY AIRPORT

EXETER SERVICE RESUMES AT BELFAST CITY AIRPORT

Release Date: 28 Aug 2020

Flights between Belfast City Airport and Exeter have today resumed.
 
The Aer Lingus Regional flights, operated by Stobart Air, are scheduled up to four times weekly.
 
Passengers from Northern Ireland can connect with South West England on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays to explore Devon, Cornwall and the surrounding areas.
 
Passengers choosing to fly from Belfast City Airport with Aer Lingus Regional not only benefit from award-winning service, great value fares and convenient flight times but can also avail of the loyalty programme, AerClub, where Avios reward points can be collected and redeemed against future Aer Lingus flights, purchases or products.
 
Stobart Air, following guidance from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the World Health Organisation (WHO), and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), has implemented a number of enhanced health and safety measures to protect staff, crew and passengers.
 
These include enhanced aircraft cleaning, mandatory face coverings/masks on all flights with the exception of children under the age of six and those who are unable to wear a face mask for medical reasons as well as boarding and disembarking in small groups. More information can be found here.
 
Enhanced sanitisation and social distancing are also in place at Belfast City Airport where face coverings/masks are also mandatory. Guidance for passengers can be viewed at here.
 
Aer Lingus Regional will also fly to Birmingham, Edinburgh, East Midlands, Leeds Bradford, and Manchester from Belfast City Airport.
 
For more information and to explore the flight options, please visit www.aerlingus.com


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