Flybe to continue as normal from Ireland Knock West Airport

There’s good news for people throughout the west and north west who use Ireland West Airport Knock after airline Flybe announced it will continue to operate as normal.

It’s after a rescue deal was put in place for the troubled airline which involved shareholders investing more money in it as well as a British government support plan believed to involve the deferral of a tax bill.

Flybe has been flying out of Ireland West Airport since 2011, providing more than 100,000 seats to and from the UK every year.

Donal Healy, from Ireland West Airport, says it’s good news that Flybe’s flight to Birmingham, Edinburgh and Manchester will continue to operate as normal: