British Airways to commence CityFlyer service to Dublin from Southampton Airport

Southampton Airport has said that British Airways has added a new service to Dublin this summer.

With the new service, passengers will be able to fly from Southampton Airport to Dublin, capital of Ireland, and experience its rich history and cosmopolitan culture along with many shops, cafes and restaurants.

The route also enhances connectivity for cruisers with the summer cruise season set to commence from Southampton Port.

This new route, operated using BA CityFlyer, will fly once a week, starting May 15 until October.

Matt Hazelwood, Chief Commercial Officer AGS Airports Ltd, which owns and operates Southampton Airport said: ‘Last year was fantastic when we welcomed not only a host of new routes but a new airline to Southampton Airport.

‘We were thrilled to see BA CityFlyer’s routes take to the skies and with the addition of Dublin we are sure it will prove extremely popular this summer.’

‘BA’s commitment to deliver connectivity for Southampton and the wider region to some of the most popular destinations in Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece and France was very much welcomed by our passengers last year.’

Last year BA CityFlyer launched its new schedule from Southampton directly connecting England’s south coast with popular holiday destinations in Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece and France.