New flights announced between Leeds and Dublin

Picture shows (left to right) Jose Alexander air crew. Julian Carr managing director Stobart Air. Marina Gomes De Costa air crew. John Parkin Chief Ex leeds airport at Leeds Bradford Airport launching Aer Lingus Regionals new Dublin route today.
Picture shows (left to right) Jose Alexander air crew. Julian Carr managing director Stobart Air. Marina Gomes De Costa air crew. John Parkin Chief Ex leeds airport at Leeds Bradford Airport launching Aer Lingus Regionals new Dublin route today.
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A NEW twice-daily flight between Leeds and Dublin has been announced.

Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, will offer direct double daily return flights between Leeds Bradford International Airport and Dublin Airport from October 23. This is the first time in 14 years that the airline is returning to Leeds Bradford. Aer Lingus Regional expects to carry up to 70,000 customers annually on the new route.

Julian Carr, Managing Director at Stobart Air said: “We are delighted to return to Leeds Bradford. We hope this service will continue to facilitate the long established Irish community which has thrived near the city centre of Leeds for nearly 200 years.”

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