by Richard Buckley, Editor, Business Eye

Loganair has launched a new five-times weekly service between Belfast City Airport and Carlisle Lake District Airport.    Katy Best, Commercial Director at Belfast City Airport said:   “We’re thrilled to welcome both a new airline and a new route to the airport today with the arrival of Loganair and its connection to Carlisle Lake District Airport.


 

“Whilst we look forward to welcoming visitors from Carlisle, the Lake District and the Borderlands and showcasing the best that Belfast and Northern Ireland has to offer, this service establishes direct connectivity to North West England which is great news for business and leisure passengers locally.

 

“Last year Belfast City Airport announced a £15m investment aimed at enhancing the passenger experience which has so far resulted in a refurbished Departure Lounge with a greater range of retail and food and beverage products, and an upgraded Central Search area with security processing times averaging just six minutes.

 

“This continued investment and excellent customer experience ensures that passengers choose Belfast City Airport time and time again, so we are extremely proud to welcome new visitors to the region through our partners at Loganair and Carlisle Lake District Airport.”

 

The Loganair fares to and from Belfast City Airport starting from £39.99.

 

Carlisle Lake District Airport, which once served as an RAF airfield, was transformed thanks to a new and modern terminal, its own Borderlands Café and new runways and taxiways.

 

  

 

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Colin Gracey, Loganair Sales Manager with Belfast City Airport Aviation Development Manager, Ellie McGimpsey and Head of Loganair Contact Centre, Sharon Robertson

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