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Aer Lingus Regional begins new Glasgow—Donegal service

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Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, today flew its first flights from Glasgow Airport to the most northerly Irish county of Donegal. The airline will operate up to four flights per week.

Sean Brogan, Interim Chief Executive Officer of Stobart Air, said the airline recognised the importance of regional connectivity.

“Our services between Glasgow and Donegal will facilitate leisure and business passengers on both sides of the North Channel.

“We remain committed to offering Aer Lingus Regional customers reliable and efficient services to key regional areas across the United Kingdom and Ireland,” said Mr Brogan.

Paul White, business development manager at Glasgow Airport, said: “Donegal is a popular destination with both our business and leisure customers and we are absolutely thrilled Aer Lingus has identified the importance of this link.

“We wish Aer Lingus every success with its new route and look forward to working closely with the airline to ensure its success and hopefully continue to expand its presence at Glasgow Airport.”


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