More good news for Cork Airport.
Aer Lingus announced its summer schedule for next year earlier this week, confirming that it would be operating seven routes out of Cork Airport.
Cork Airport, which is currently closed as its runway is renovated, is expected to reopen on November 22nd. Ryanair has already confirmed that all of its original routes will recommence from the airport, following the reopening of its bases.
Now, Aer Lingus has handed another boost to the region, confirming seven new routes: Amsterdam, Dubrovnik (Croatia), Faro (Portugal), Lanzarote, London Heathrow, Malaga and Palma (Spain).
The routes will complement flights operated by Ryanair, KLM and other airlines which will fly travellers to Venice, Alicante, Paris, Bordeaux, Edinburgh, Tenerife, Milan, Gdansk and several other London airports.
@AerLingus announced its Summer 2022 programme today and it includes 7 destinations ex @corkairport next year
1.Cork – Amsterdam
2.Cork – Dubrovnik
3.Cork – Faro
4.Cork – Lanzarote
5.Cork – London Heathrow
6.Cork – Malaga
7.Cork – Palma pic.twitter.com/TTyDOXW02X
— Cork Airport (@CorkAirport) October 28, 2021
Header image via Twitter/@CorkAirport