British Airways to Replace Aer Lingus Flights to Heathrow

DALLAS – British Airways (BA) will ramp up operations at Belfast City Airport (BHD) at the end of October to compensate for Aer Lingus (EI) discontinuing service between BHD and LHR.

The Irish carrier was forced to discontinue services at the end of the month. According to Fórsa, the Dublin-based trade union, the forced withdrawal was a result of Brexit.

Under the post-Brexit Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the EU and UK, EU airlines ( for example Aer Lingus) are permitted to conduct services on domestic routes in the UK. However, EI was operating this route for the past two read more ⇒

Source:: “Airways Magazine”

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