Monarch Airlines announces summer ’15 programme and flight schedule from Leeds Bradford Airport
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Monarch Airlines today announces the launch of its schedule for summer 2015 from Leeds Bradford Airport with flights to 10 sun and city destinations across Europe.
The summer 2015 schedule from Leeds Bradford Airport will offer two new routes during the summer months to Alicante and Naples, in addition to eight routes continued from this summer, making a total of 28 flights per week. Flights to the increasingly popular destinations of Dalaman and Faro will see a rise in frequencies and holiday makers will enjoy more convenient flight times to Barcelona, Faro and Mahon, ideal for a weekend away. Other routes will also benefit from more sociable flight times enabling Yorkshire customers to choose a weekend break or plan a summer holiday to the Monarch destination of their choice. Monarch flights and holidays are all bookable at www.monarch.co.uk<http://www.monarch.co.uk>
Andrew Swaffield, Chief Executive of The Monarch Group said: “The airline has been undergoing a strategic review of all routes and bases over the past few months and as a result changes have been made to scheduled flights for summer 2015 across the network. We have been listening to our customers and have put a lot of thought into refining our schedule for summer 2015 from Leeds Bradford Airport.” He went on to say that “We believe that the improvements to our flying programme from our most northern base will appeal to our loyal travellers, as well as attracting new customers to Monarch to experience the warmth of service and personal touch that we are bringing back to the European airline industry.”
John Parkin, Chief Executive of Leeds Bradford Airport said: “We welcome the introduction of two new summer destinations by Monarch providing increased flight choice for travellers across the Leeds City region and Yorkshire. With improved flight timings and the excellent customer service which Monarch offers, passengers can be assured of a warm welcome next summer when they fly from their local airport – Leeds Bradford.”
In July, Monarch Airlines announced that Boeing had been chosen as the preferred bidder for its anticipated fleet renewal project. The airline is currently working towards agreeing terms which will see 30 new Boeing 737 MAX8 aircraft joining the Monarch fleet from April 2018, with options to add up to an additional 15 to the order.
Tags AlicanteAndrew SwaffieldBarcelonaBoeingDalamanEuropeFaroflightsholidayJohn ParkinLeeds Bradford AirportMahonMonarch airlinesNaplesSummer 2015sun and city destinationsvacationweekend breakYorkshire customers
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