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New routes and airline news at Manchester Airport
Blue Islands is restarting services between Manchester and Exeter from Tuesday 8 June, restoring this popular regional service connecting the North West and the South West.Book now
Aer Lingus has announced three new non-stop routes from Manchester Airport, flying to New York, Orlando and Barbados. Flights from Manchester to New York, JFK will depart daily, while flights from Manchester to Orlando will depart five times a week. The service from Manchester to Barbados Grantley Adams International will commence in October, just in time for a winter sun getaway, and will depart three times weekly.Find out more
easyJet has announced that, from June 21, it will be operating a new route between Manchester and Newquay Airports. The new route will run up to five times a week, on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. easyJet expects the route to be popular with the significant number of people planning to book at staycation in 2021 rather than travelling abroad.Find out more
Eastern Airways have announced 2 flights a day from Manchester Airport to Southampton Monday to Friday as well as a Sunday service. The flights will run from T3 and will feature a minimum of 15kg complimentary hold baggage, drinks, snacks and even bar service.Find out more
Jet2 have announced that they will be operating regular flights from Manchester Airport to both Santorini and Mykonos in 2020. This means that they will be operating a total of 6 new routes in summer 2020, offering customers more choice to find the holiday that's right for them.Find out more
The airline has launched its brand-new 2020 timetable featuring a range of incredible destinations, including new additions Skiathos, Preveza, Kalamata, Mytilene, Tivat and Zadar.
The national flag carrier, Biman Bangladesh, has announced its return to Manchester Airport, with a new service to Sylhet and Dhaka set to start in the New Year. Biman Bangladesh Airlines will fly three times a week from the UK’s northern hub to the Bangladeshi capital and Sylhet, one of the two world’s biggest cities.
Jet2.com is giving skiers and snowboarders even more choice when it comes to sloping off to the snow from Manchester Airport this winter, with the launch of two brand new ski destinations – Innsbruck and Verona – as part of its expanded ski programme.Innsbruck destination guide