It’s an idyllic spot for foodies, thrill-seekers and culture-buffs.
Now Aer Lingus Regional has extended its summer service on the Cork to Cornwall route – and it starts from a bargain €29.99 one way.
The service, operated by Stobart Air, will return from May 9th to October 6th this year, with an additional 20 percent capacity, making this the perfect year to plan that visit to the Eden Project (the largest rainforest in captivity) or spend a few days exploring the beaches of Land’s End.
The flight times are ideal for a short break too; the Cork—Cornwall Newquay link will operate twice weekly, on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Aer Lingus Regional operates nine routes from Cork Airport to the UK and France and aims to fly over 340,000 passengers in 2018, an increase on 2017 figures.