British Airways is launching a new domestic route between Glasgow and Belfast this summer, supporting important business and tourism links between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK.
From Monday 2 August the airline will start to operate six flights a week between Glasgow Airport and George Best Belfast City Airport.
Tom Stoddart, Managing Director of BA CityFlyer, which will operate the new routes, said: "We’re delighted to announce this new service to Belfast, which will help enhance our regional network and maintain vital connections between Northern Ireland and Scotland.
“We're sure this route will be popular with customers getting away for a UK holiday this summer, as well as those visiting friends and relatives, and we’ll continue to listen to their feedback about where they want to travel.”
Customers booking with British Airways can do so with absolute confidence, thanks to the airline’s flexible booking policy. Customers are able to exchange their booking for a voucher or move their dates without incurring a change fee if their plans change. British Airways Holidays’ customers also have access to a range of additional flexible booking options, as part of the company’s Customer Promise.
Matt Hazelwood, Group Commercial Director for AGS Airports Ltd, which owns Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports, said: “Belfast is a very popular destination with our passengers, so we are really pleased that BA CityFlyer has made the decision to commence flights on this busy route from Monday 2 August.
“The airport is just a five-minute journey from the city centre, which makes it the best option for business and leisure travellers looking for a speedy and convenient commute to the Northern Irish Capital.
“It’s also great to see the BA CityFlyer brand on the route and that our customers will be able to travel between Glasgow and Belfast City up to six times per week.”
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