Cornwall, Here We Come!

Commencing May 01 2015, Aer Lingus Regional will begin operating flights to Newquay Cornwall from Dublin, with up to five flights a week during the summer season.

Cornwall, New Flight with Aer Lingus

Cornwall is a world-famous tourist destination, home to idyllic scenery, traditional cuisine and unique attractions like the Eden Project.

Passengers will depart Dublin Airport and land at Newquay Cornwall Airport. Initially, there will be four flights per week – Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday – increasing to five flights per week – Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday – in the peak summer months, from 27 June to 5 September 2015.

Cornwall New Flight with Aer Lingus

Situated in picturesque South West England, the seaside town of Newquay sits on the Cornish coast, and is within short driving distance to the county capital, Truro, and Plymouth in Devon.

Culinary enthusiasts can enjoy traditional cuisine championed by master chefs like Rick Stein and Jamie Oliver, including the eponymous pasty and a range of world-famous ciders and scrumpies. For the more energetic, Cornwall is also a haven for surfers and walkers.

​The Dublin to Newquay route will be Aer Lingus Regional’s thirteenth from Dublin Airport. Tickets will be available for booking on in the coming weeks.