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Aer Arann to launch additional flights to Manchester

Aer Arann to launch additional flights to Manchester

Shannon Airport has welcomed Aer Arann’s decision to increase its number of [flights to Manchester]( Shannon Airport has welcomed Aer Arann’s decision to increase its number of flights to Manchester by 60 percent. The rise will apply to the carrier’s Aer Lingus Regional services and will take effect at the end of October, with double-daily flights taking off on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. Demand for flights to Manchester has been particularly strong because of the start of the Premier League season, with the city home to two leading top flight clubs. Martin Moroney, Shannon Airport’s director, said the expansion of the service, which has been in operation since July, is "a major vote of confidence in the route and the airport". "Aer Lingus Regional operations have proven a major success since they were initiated in the summer and the Manchester service has been very successful with business and leisure travel," he commented. Mr Moroney went on to say that Shannon Airport continues to offer "significant opportunities" for airlines despite the challenging nature of the flights market. On July 1st, Aer Lingus launched flights to Bristol, Birmingham, Glasgow and Manchester from Shannon.) by 60 percent.

The rise will apply to the carrier’s Aer Lingus Regional services and will take effect at the end of October, with double-daily flights taking off on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.

Demand for flights to Manchester has been particularly strong because of the start of the Premier League season, with the city home to two leading top flight clubs.

Martin Moroney, Shannon Airport’s director, said the expansion of the service, which has been in operation since July, is "a major vote of confidence in the route and the airport".

"Aer Lingus Regional operations have proven a major success since they were initiated in the summer and the Manchester service has been very successful with business and leisure travel," he commented.

Mr Moroney went on to say that Shannon Airport continues to offer "significant opportunities" for airlines despite the challenging nature of the flights market.

On July 1st, Aer Lingus launched flights to Bristol, Birmingham, Glasgow and Manchester from Shannon.

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