2016 Preview: New UK outbound flight routes 2015-2016

C&IT rounds up a selection of new UK and Ireland outbound flight routes launched in 2015-2016.

2016 Preview: New UK outbound flight routes 2015-2016 (©iStockphoto.com)
2016 Preview: New UK outbound flight routes 2015-2016 (©iStockphoto.com)

DOMESTIC

Flybe to launch eight routes from new Cardiff base

Dublin Airport to launch 21 new routes

EUROPEAN

Flybe announces new routes to Rotterdam from Manchester (from February) & Birmingham (from September)

Norwegian launches flights from Birmingham to Gran Canaria & Tenerife (launched)

Eurowings announces new Edinburgh to Dusseldorf flight (from March)

Icelandair launches Reykjavik flights from Aberdeen (from March)

Czech Airlines to launch Birmingham to Prague flight (from April)

Easyjet to launch flights to Paris from London Southend (from February)

Flybe to launch Liverpool to Amsterdam route (launched)

British Airways launches London to Valencia route (launched)

British Airways to launch Gatwick to Vienna route (launched)

SUN-AIR launches new flight routes from Cambridge to Stockholm & Helsinki (launched)

Flybe launches Cardiff to Munich flight (launched)

VLM Airlines to launch Birmingham-to-Antwerp flights (launched)

BMI launches Paris, Dusseldorf & Nantes routes from Bristol (launched)

Norwegian launches new route between Edinburgh and Tenerife (launched)

WORLDWIDE

Cathay Pacific to launch Hong Kong flights from London Gatwick (from September)

British Airways increases A380 flights from London to Singapore (from February)

British Airways to launch London to Lima flights (from May)

Norwegian to launch London-to-Boston flight (from May)

WestJet to launch London to Canada flights (from May)

Thomas Cook Airlines adds new US routes from Manchester (from May)

Bruce Forsyth helps Norwegian launch UK's first flight to Puerto Rico (launched)

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