Low-cost airline Blue Air has announced ANOTHER new route from Liverpool – and has launched another flash sale to mark the event.
It will start running two weekly flights to Malaga from June.
The airline says flights to the Costa del Sol airport, which serves destinations including Marbella, will operate on Tuesdays and Thursdays with fares from £31.70.
Romanian airline Blue Air arrived in Liverpool last year , offering flights to destinations including Bucharest and Rome.
In November Blue Air announced it would be opening a new route to Palma de Majorca from summer. The route was picked after a poll of airport passengers.
Blue Air has now launched a sale on all flights from the UK. It will run until Sunday.
Tudor Constantinescu, chief commercial officer at Blue Air said: “Blue Air is delighted to now be taking our passengers directly to the sunshine this summer with this new route to Malaga from Liverpool John Lennon Airport. Malaga is an incredibly popular destination and we can’t wait to commence our first flight in June.
“Our arrival at Liverpool John Lennon Airport , just under 12 months ago, has been a huge success for Blue Air, and we’re looking forward to welcoming even more passengers this year. Our 15% off flash sale will encourage passengers to dream of escaping the winter weather for sunny skies.”
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Paul Winfield, director of aviation development for LJLA, said: “It’s great to be able to celebrate our first new route announcement of the year so early into 2018 and at a time when many will be thinking about booking their summer holiday.
“Blue Air’s operations continue to go from strength to strength and we are naturally delighted to see one of Europe’s fastest growing airlines announce more departures from Liverpool, adding another new route to their list of destinations from here.”