Airline Travel News at Birmingham Airport
Thomas Cook Airlines has announced winter flights from Birmingham airport to Cape Verde for the first time.
The new route is now on sale along with the rest of the short and medium haul seat-only programme for next winter.
James Burrows, Aviation Director for Thomas Cook Airlines, said: “With the start of Comiso and Lesbos next summer and following our £100 million cabin upgrade programme and launch of our pre-order duty free service, Airshoppen, we’re offering even more choice than ever for winter sun from Birmingham.”
Flights from Birmingham to Cape Verde run from November 2nd 2017 until April 26th 2018 and are available from £139 one-way. To book flights visit www.thomascookairlines.com
Monarch has added Stockholm to its network for summer 2017 from Birmingham Airport.
Flights start on 28th April 2017 and will operate three times a week on a Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Monarch will be the only airline flying to Stockholm from Birmingham airport. Stockholm is a great city for exploring – with a variety or shops, cafes and museums there is something for everyone. Visit www.monarch.co.uk to book flights.
Blue Air announces flights to Larnaca
The addition of Larnaca, on the south coast of Cyprus, will mean that Blue Air has 10 flights a week from
Birmingham Airport. Flights will start from March 2017 and will depart Birmingham each Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
Prices start from £37.99 one way and can be booked at www.blueairweb.com