Blue Air has today announced their latest new route to operate from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA), with flights to Palma de Mallorca for Summer 2018.
Flights will commence on 2nd June 2018, with twice weekly departures on Wednesdays and Saturdays through to the end of September 2018. Reservations are now available via www.blueairweb.com, with fares from just £68.10 one-way, included taxes.
Liverpool became Blue Air’s eighth European base earlier this year with the basing of one of the airline’s 189 seat Boeing 737-700 aircraft at LJLA and this new destination for the airline complements their existing six flights from Liverpool to Milan, Rome and Alicante and three destinations in Romania.
Majorca is a favourite summer sun destination for North West holidaymakers and Blue Air’s flights are expected to be very popular. To celebrate the announcement of the new route, Blue Air has also announced they will be running a flash sale from today until Sunday allowing passengers to enjoy 15% off all flights from the UK.
Paul Winfield, Director of Aviation Development for LJLA commented, “We are delighted to see Blue Air announce additional services from Liverpool and we will continue to work closely with one of Europe’s fastest growing airlines to look at other new destinations in the near future too.
This new service gives the Region’s holidaymakers a further opportunity to travel to one of the most popular destinations in Europe from the fastest easiest friendliest airport in the North West.”
“Tudor Constantinescu, Blue Air’s Chief Commercial Officer said, “To be able to announce a brand-new route less than 12 months after our arrival at Liverpool John Lennon Airport is something that we are very proud of. It’s been an incredible year and we are delighted with the response that we have received from our passengers. We want to thank them by offering a sale on all Blue Air routes in the UK, which will of course include Palma de Mallorca, our latest addition to our Summer 2018 schedule.”
Blue Air's Liverpool based aircraft livery unveiled
Following the news in October last year that Blue Air are to make Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) their newest European base and as part of their plans to become Liverpool's airline, Blue Air launched a competition for the public to design the new livery for their 189 seat Boeing 737-800 aircraft that will be based at Liverpool from the end of March.
Blue Air launch their latest European base at LJLA
Blue Air have today officially launched their latest European base at Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) with a morning of celebrations, including a short familiarisation flight for over a hundred guests in attendance.