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Summer 19 and Ooh la La Rochelle from Manchester Airport!

18th April 2018 • Posted in Announcements

Our Summer 19 programme from Manchester Airport is now on sale, and holidaymakers are more spoiled for choice than ever next summer!

The addition of 300,000 seats means that a huge 2.8 MILLION seats are going on sale, a 12% capacity increase. To support this expansion, two additional aircraft are coming into operation at Manchester Airport for Summer 19, including a second Airbus A330.

And we’re not finished yet, as even more good news for Summer 19 is coming soon!

We will fly to 46 sun and city destinations in Summer 19, including a NEW ROUTE to the French harbour port of La Rochelle. Holidaymakers can also look forward to more flights and holidays to some of their favourite destinations such as Spain, Portugal, Canary Islands, Balearic Islands, Greece and Turkey. The additional flights and holidays are as follows:

  • NEW ROUTE to La Rochelle - The picturesque harbour port of La Rochelle is the newest addition, with weekly Saturday departures commencing on 25th May 2018.
  • Canary Islands – up to 28 weekly services to the Canaries and more seats on sale to each of the islands (Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote). An Airbus A330 will operate on many flights to Lanzarote and Tenerife.
  • Alicante – two services every day, including the introduction of flights on an Airbus A330 aircraft, meaning more seats than ever to the Spanish sunshine
  • Malaga – more services thanks to double services (apart from Wednesdays), meaning 13 flights every week to choose from
  • Faro – more capacity, choice and flexibility with up to three services every day
  • Madeira – the addition of Sunday services means three weekly flights and a capacity increase of 30%
  • Majorca – increased number of services means up to 26 flights during peak periods to the UK’s most popular holiday destination
  • Menorca – larger aircraft means a huge 25% capacity increase
  • Ibiza – up to 14 services every week and more services at the beginning and the end of summer
  • Antalya – capacity growth of more than 20% including the introduction of flights on an Airbus A330 aircraft
  • Dalaman – longer season length and increased frequency means 30% capacity increase, as Turkey continues to experience strong demand
  • Cyprus – addition of a Sunday service means five flights a week to Larnaca, and a new Thursday service means daily services to Paphos
  • Dubrovnik – now five services every week thanks to the addition of Friday flights
  • Barcelona – a new Wednesday service means six flights every week
  • Rome – now a daily service thanks to the addition of Wednesday flights
  • Naples – longer season and larger aircraft means a capacity growth of 16%.

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