Two new routes from Kerry airport direct to France
Passengers will be able to go direct from the Kingdom to the historic heart of Brittany Chalair, a regional airline from the South West of Ireland, has announced two new routes from Kerry airport direct to France, with direct flights starting on July 1st and operating every Saturday over the summer. The routes will be the airline's first ever routes to Ireland, catering for tourists and business people traveling between Brittany and the south west. Both Kerry and Cork airports are hoping that this entry by Chalair into the Irish market will lead to more services linking their two maritime regions. Kerry Airport is also expected to announce more developments on new routes shortly.
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There's two new connections from the South West of Ireland to the North West of France - with direct flights starting from Kerry to Brittany.
Regional French airline Chalair has confirmed they will be starting new routes from the airport at Farranfore outside Tralee to the airports at Brest and Quimper in France. Flights start on July 1st and will operate every Saturday over the summer.
Chalair will use 70-seater, turboprop aircraft and it will be the regional airline's first ever routes to Ireland, catering for tourists and business people traveling between Brittany and the south west.
And bosses at both Kerry and Cork airports are hoping that this entry by Chalair into the Irish market will lead to more services linking our two maritime regions.
Kerry Airport is also expected to announce more developments on new routes shortly. It currently has 9 routes over the summer period, serving Dublin, Alicante, Faro, London Luton and Stansted, Frankfurt and Manchester.
The CEO of Kerry Airport Ireland, John Mulhern, said; “We are delighted to welcome Chalair to Kerry who will operate a weekly service to two destinations in Brittany, France from 1st July. The airline has been serving Brittany for many years and these new routes from Kerry will be the airline’s first in Ireland.
“They will be a welcome addition to the offerings for passengers from Kerry Airport seeking to explore and relax in a most beautiful region of France, while the French people will now have new routes into Ireland to enjoy all that Kerry and the region has to offer."
"Ultimately, this will boost the local economy during the peak tourism season and sow the seeds for the development of additional routes from France in the years to come.”
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