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Flights to Balearic Islands set to resume from Belfast International Airport

Flights between Belfast International Airport and all three of the Spanish Balearic Islands will resume on 1st July following on from the announcement of the Green list by the Northern Ireland Executive.

Flights to Majorca, Menorca and Ibiza will operate up to 14 times a week with, easyJet and TUI operating direct flights to these popular destinations.

Graham Keddie, Managing Director, Belfast International Airport:

“We are delighted that the Balearic Islands have been included on the NI Executive’s green travel list for international travel. It is great to know that local holidaymakers can now head off for a well-earned summer break safe in the knowledge that they won’t have to quarantine on their return.

“We look forward to welcoming back more passengers safely and can reassure them that we and our airlines are well prepared with a range of social distancing, hygiene and testing provisions in place throughout the airport.

“As we move towards full reopening, we would ask that passengers familiarise themselves with all the rules around air travel. We need to maintain social distancing and we would ask that passengers arrive two hours prior to departure. Anyone with Covid-19 symptoms must stay away from the airport and passengers must adhere to all the public health guidelines as we start to increase our flights and passenger flow”.


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