‘Aer Southeast’ scheduled for take-off
It has been more than a year without scheduled commercial flights, today Waterford Airport has announced three new services to the UK.
The resumption of scheduled services to London Luton, Manchester and Birmingham begins on Monday, July 24. Six flights a week will operate to London Luton, the airport says, with three flights a week to each of Manchester and Birmingham.
The flights are to be operated by a new airline, Aer Southeast, with prices starting from €79 each way.
Bookings can be made for London Luton via Waterford Airport’s website (flywaterford.com) and aersoutheast.com from 9am on June 20. Bookings for Manchester and Birmingham will be available at a later date.
Aer Southeast is an Irish start-up with registered offices at Waterford Airport. It is run by SkyTruckers Ltd., a company with “very considerable experience in regional aviation and the backing of Irish and Scandinavian investors,” according to a statement by the airport.
The new services will provide a range of UK travel options for customers in its catchment, as well as a host of onward connection possibilities.