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Europe’s largest regional airline, Flybe, has announced additional frequency from Liverpool Airport on its current two routes.

Services between Liverpool and Belfast City will increase to 5 flights per day. With Belfast City Airport being strategically placed in the heart of the city it is a popular destination. Boasting a vibrant nightlife scene as well as having many historic landmarks such as the Belfast Castle, making it a destination for all occasions.

There will also be an increase to 4 daily flights to Isle of Man. The landscapes of the Isle of Man make it one not to miss, and now with the increased activity from Liverpool you won’t have to.
Isle of Man - Calf of Man

From September 7th, Flybe will add new scheduled service to Amsterdam with flights operated up to 3x daily
The continual addition of new routes and increased flights highlight the progress of Liverpool John Lennon Airport and shows no signs of slowing down.

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