Aer Lingus Regional Dublin-Liverpool service comes to an end Thursday


Mark Anzur CEO of Stobart Air

Aer Lingus Regional will end its three daily service from Dublin to Liverpool on Thursday January 5. Ryanair continue to operate four daily on the route.

Stobart Air, which operated the route on behalf of Aer Lingus Regional, said when the clusre was announced last October that passengers scheduled to travel on the route after January 5 “will be accommodated with alternative travel arrangements or offered a full refund. This commercial decision is a result of a systematic review of the entire Aer Lingus Regional route network, and reflects how we best deploy our aircraft across the full network both at this time, and into the future.”

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An Airport spokesperson commented, “We are naturally disappointed that Aer Lingus Regional have decided to cease operating their flights to Dublin, however passengers from across the region can still take advantage of Ryanair’s flights to Dublin with up to four departures a day.”

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