Aer Lingus announces Munich, Milan and Lanzarote flights
Aer Lingus has announced the introduction of three new rotes from Belfast International Airport.
As part of its winter timetable, the airline will offer new services to from Belfast to Munich, Milan and Lanzarote.
John Doran, managing director of Aer Lingus, said: "The addition of Italy’s second and Germany’s third cities to the extensive international route network from Belfast International Airport signifies more landmark progress and adds further substance to the Aer Lingus’ route network from this region."
As part of the new timetable there will be flights to Munich and Milan three days a week – and to Lanzarote on two days a week.
Earlier this year the airline announced new routes from Belfast to the southern European destinations of Rome and Malaga as well as services to Faro and Budapest.