Irish airline Aer Lingus has bolstered its Belfast hub and widened its travel horizons, opening new flight routes to southern Europe this week. Flights from Belfast to Rome and Malaga have now been launched, while thrice weekly services to Faro and Budapest are soon to be added – taking the airline’s total Belfast routes to eight.Belfast International Airport has recently grown into a major hub, prompting demands for further infrastructural developments, including a request from one of its major operators – easyJet – for a disused local railway line to be revived.John Doran, the managing director of Belfast International Airport, welcomed the new flight routes, explaining: “We are very pleased to see the arrival of the third Aer Lingus aircraft to be based at Belfast International. This is the culmination of the initial £100 million Aer Lingus investment at the airport and we look forward to working with the airline over the coming months to grow and develop these routes.”Aer Lingus chief executive Dermot Mannion added that the new routes reinforced the group’s commitment to its Belfast base – and would serve to enhance choice for travellers across Ireland.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedAer Lingus announces Munich, Milan and Lanzarote flightsAer Lingus announces Munich, Milan and Lanzarote flightsQuarter of a million passengers use Aer Lingus’ Belfast to Heathrow flightAer Lingus has announced that over a quarter of a million passengers used its Belfast to London Heathrow flight during 2008.Aer Lingus adds winter flights from CorkIrish carrier Aer Lingus has announced its winter service at Cork Airport with a new flight to Geneva.
Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on September 9, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle News More iNext News Our first-ever look at the real BMW Vision iNext out in the wild before it boards an airplane for its in-flight reveal.Courtesy of our friend at BMWBLOG, we catch a video glimpse of a covered Vision iNext before it goes aboard the airplane for a never-done-before type of in-air debut. The BMW-focused site states:We spotted the BMW iNEXT while being loaded for its world tour. Munich, New York, San Francisco and Beijing. Stay tuned for more exclusive coverage! Source: BMWBLOG BMW iNEXT Expected To Be Mid-Size Electric SUV UPDATE: BMW Teases Vision iNext, Plus Shows Off Design Process View this post on Instagram We spotted the BMW iNEXT while being loaded for its world tour. Munich, New York, San Francisco and Beijing. Stay tuned for more exclusive coverage! #bmwinext #inext #bmwfuture #bmwelectricA post shared by BMWBLOG (@bmwblog) on Sep 8, 2018 at 11:30am PDT Check out the BMW Vision iNext below: Starting today, BMW will present the Vision iNext in four cities during a ’round-the-world flight.No concrete details are known in connection with the iNext at this time, but our best guess says, the iNext — if it continues to carry that moniker — will be crossover-shaped and boast a range of 435 miles. It will carry what BMW refers to as the automaker’s fifth-generation electric powertrain.You can check out some BMW’s most recent Vision iNext teaser video below:Meet the face of the future, the #BMW #VisioniNEXT. Embodying our vision for #emobility through emotive design and innovative engineering and application of modern technologies.#MyFavoriteSpace #bmwi #bmwgroup @bmwi @bmw pic.twitter.com/BPc3eZzRV3— BMW Group (@BMWGroup) September 4, 2018 Source: Electric Vehicle News BMW Vision iNext To Be Shown Off Inside A Boeing Airplane