Blue Air to launch eighth route from Liverpool John Lennon Airport
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Blue Air has confirmed it will launch its eighth route from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) on 17 June.
Flights to Larnaca in Cyprus will operate twice weekly on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Reservations are now available via www.blueairweb.com, through the airline’s call centre or its collaborating travel agents, with fares from £40.80 one-way, included taxes.
Blue Air announced last October that Liverpool will become its newest European base with flights to Rome, Milan, Hamburg and Alicante all starting at the end of this month, with the airline unveiling a unique livery for this aircraft last week following a public competition.
Paul Winfield, director of Air Service Development for LJLA commented: “This is a further sign of Blue Air’s commitment to the Liverpool City Region with the airline having now announced eight routes from Liverpool since first starting flights to Bucharest just over 2 years ago. This latest route development will take Blue Air’s summer schedule to 28 weekly departures from Liverpool”.
Tudor Constantinescu, Blue Air’s chief commercial officer said: “We are extremely happy to offer a new route to Larnaca, Cyprus – a sunny destination, on an island rich in history and culture. Cyprus has every type of beach: popular beaches, white sand beaches, quaint beaches, and party beaches, so you will be surrounded by wonderful places just waiting to be discovered.
“We are committed to develop our base in Liverpool to meet everyone’s expectations and I am confident that this route is an important step in strengthening our position within North West England.”
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