Book your seats, pronto.
Cork Airport has announced that Emerald Airlines, which operates the Aer Lingus Regional service, will fly a new six-times weekly service to Bristol from April 28th.
A vibrant city with an eclectic mix of culture, history, and entertainment, Bristol provides superb access to Somerset, Wiltshire, Devon, Cornwall, and the wider South-West of England.
Somerset is renowned for its picturesque countryside, including the spectacular Cheddar Gorge and Exmoor National Park. Devon boasts beautiful beaches and rugged coastlines, while Cornwall is home to an abundance of pretty fishing villages and popular surfing spots.
The airline will operate the Cork to Bristol route using an ATR-72 turboprop aircraft, which is more environmentally friendly than regional jets and other turboprops, emitting 40 percent less CO2.
✈️NEW ROUTE ✈️
Cork Airport is pleased to announce that Aer Lingus Regional will commence a new, six-times weekly service to @BristolAirport, starting on April 28.
— Cork Airport (@CorkAirport) February 28, 2023
“The Bristol route from Cork has huge pent-up demand for leisure and business customers travelling in both directions,” said Managing Director at Cork Airport, Niall MacCarthy.
“Emerald Airlines will deliver a top-class service and I am confident that people across the South of Ireland will strongly support this new service.”