Aer Lingus Regional, which is operated by Emerald Airlines, is starting a new service linking Belfast City with the Isle of Man from 24 April.
The route will initially be operated four times per week, increasing to six weekly flights for the peak summer season.
“We are delighted to be bolstering our Belfast City schedule by adding a new link between Belfast and the Isle of Man,”” said Conor McCarthy Executive Chairman of Emerald Airlines. He explained that the airline is progressively bolstering its 2023 schedule with over 2.5 million seats on sale across 28 routes and 17 destinations in Ireland, UK and Channel Islands.
Meanwhile Katy Best, Commercial Director at Belfast City said: “This new service to Isle of Man will be the 13th Aer Lingus route from Belfast City providing excellent choice for passengers this summer.
“The airline will also operate new routes to East Midlands, Jersey, Newcastle and Newquay. This is in addition to its existing services to Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Southampton.”