Eighteen routes will operate between the UK and Ireland during Aer Arann’s winter schedule which came into effect as of 5 November 2007 and will continue until 29 March 2008.
Aer Arann continues to expand, with flights between London and Galway increasing to three times per day in time for winter.
Routes will be operating out of regional UK airports at Bristol, Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford, Glasgow-Prestwick, London Luton, Manchester, Newcastle, Birmingham, Cardiff and Isle of Man. There will be added capacity on Manchester to Kerry, Edinburgh to Galway, and London to Galway.
The UK routes operate to various regional airports in Ireland including Donegal, Cork, Galway, Kerry, Sligo, Waterford and Dublin. Full details of the timetable including days and times can be downloaded from the Aer Arann website - www.aerarann.com/travel_information/timetables.htm.
Colin Lewis, Head of Marketing and Sales at Aer Arann, comments “After a record breaking summer in terms of passenger numbers, we welcome all customers planning to travel during the winter months between the UK and Ireland. We look forward to unveiling our summer routes in early 2008 for another bumper year.”