05 Oct 2022

City of Derry to London flights set to be slashed to just £39

City of Derry

City of Derry Airport has announced a sizeable drop in its London Stansted flight prices, which will now start at £39pp one way.

Flybmi has also launched additional flights over the Christmas and New Year holiday period and they are also offering Black Friday deals this weekend.

Charlene Shongo, Airport Manager at City of Derry Airport, commented on the new low-cost London fares: “flybmi’s reduced fares to London is very welcome news for our customers, particularly the high volume of business travellers using the service and also passengers from the North West who currently live in London for work/studies, and of course, those who want to explore London for sight-seeing, shopping or perhaps a West End show.

“Flybmi’s London Stansted service operates at peak times twice daily from Sunday – Friday and once on a Saturday. Flybmi offer an all-inclusive fare price which means passengers can avail of 23kg of hold luggage, 12kg hand baggage and complimentary drinks and snacks on board.”

Flybmi's increased number of flights and capacity for the Christmas and New Year period is running from Wednesday 19th December until Wednesday 2nd January, flights are available to book now at Additional flights have been added to fulfil the demand at this busy time of year and to ensure passengers can travel home in time to enjoy the festive break.

Mrs Shongo added: “Black Friday deals from flybmi are also 'taking off’ this Friday, 23rd November and will be running until midnight on Sunday 25thNovember. Passengers are advised to book early to avoid disappointment as these fantastic offers will be snapped up pretty quickly.

“City of Derry Airport is the airport of choice for the North West of Ireland, offering both convenience and excellent customer service. I would encourage all travellers to think about flight options from their local airport when making future travel arrangements. We have fantastic facilities on our doorstep, and it is essential everyone takes advantage of their local airport for travel plans when possible.”

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