Following the collapse of Stobart Air on Friday night, 11 June, Aer Lingus has announced the restoration of some regional flights cancelled by Stobart’s decision to cease trading.
Of the twelve routes immediately impacted, Aer Lingus will operate five routes and for at least the next week BA City Flyer will operate two.
Alternative operations for the outstanding routes are still being determined.
All impacted customers are being contacted directly and offered details of an alternative flight where feasible. All impacted customers also have the option of a full refund.
Aer Lingus also apologised to Aer Lingus Regional customers who have been affected by Stobart Air ceasing operations.
Aer Lingus (Mainline) will operate the following routes:
- Dublin / Edinburgh
- Dublin / Manchester
- Belfast City / Manchester
- Belfast City / Birmingham
- Belfast City / Edinburgh
BA City Flyer will operate the following routes:
- Belfast City / Exeter
- Belfast City / Leeds Bradford
Alternative operations for flights on following outstanding routes are still being determined. Both of these routes are part of the by the Public Services Obligation (PSO).
- Dublin / Kerry
- Dublin / Donegal
Customers scheduled to travel on the Belfast City / East Midlands; Dublin / Glasgow; Dublin / Newquay routes are being offered alternative flights.
Full detail of the Aer Lingus Regional Replacement Schedule can be found on www.aerlingus.com