There are some exciting Dublin Airport flight news this morning as a popular service from the capital is expected to resume soon.
Officials at Cornwall Airport Newquay said the reopening of their airport was a success.
Their routes are in high demand due to the increase in flight capacity and frequency of flights.
The airport is now eyeing the resumption of flights between Newquay and Dublin from October, which will continue to be served by Aer Lingus.
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Pete Downers, Managing Director, Cornwall Airport Newquay, said: “We are delighted that the number of passengers passing through Cornwall Airport Newquay began to rise in August, as more and more customers feel confident about flying extensively. Steps we take to keep them safe.
“The airport has also been instrumental in bringing tourists to Cornwall across the UK and serving Cornish residents who want to travel outside Cornwall for the holidays or to see family and friends this summer.”
He added: “We look forward to seeing the return of Air Lingus-operated flights between Newquay and Dublin this October, and we are still working hard to restore the main link to Manchester as soon as possible.”