Wednesday 10th of June 2015
Flybe, Europe’s largest independent regional airline has this week announced additional frequency on its two current routes to the Isle of Man and Belfast from Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Flights between Liverpool John Lennon Airport and George Best Belfast City Airport will increase to five flights per day, allowing visitors to visit the Northern Irish city to enjoy the vibrant nightlife and the historic landmarks that Belfast has to offer.
Flybe are also increasing their flight activity to and from the Isle of Man, upping the flights from three flights daily to four. Visitors can take advantage of the additional flights and enjoy the stunning landscapes of the Isle of Man with the increased flights making travel to the island much easier.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport saw a 7.5 % growth in passengers in May 2015 following new route announcements, which will see Flybe add a new scheduled service to Amsterdam from September 7th 2015, operating three times daily.
The announcement of new routes also includes the commencement of Aer Lingus flights from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to Dublin Airport which will provide passengers with onward connections to the United States starting in October 2015.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport passenger figures for 2015 have been up 5% each month compared with the same period in 2014.