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Last Updated: Friday, 17 February 2006, 10:51 GMT
New flights to southern Ireland
A new flight service is to start from Jersey to Cork.

Irish carrier Aer Arann will start flying to the southern Irish city from the beginning of May, adding to current links to Belfast and Dublin.

The 80-minute long flight will operate once a week, with the hope the service may operate all year.

Micheal O'Callarain, marketing manager for Aer Arann, said: "Jersey remains an ever popular holiday destination among Irish tourists."




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