Aer Lingus To Drop Cork-Southampton Route In May
The announcement came after the airline conducted a comprehensive review of its flight network
The year-round service, which was operated by Stobart Air, began nearly three years ago and flew up to five times weekly but has now been scrapped with Southampton Airport indicating the airline made the decision based on ticket sales.
All passengers impacted by the change, which will take effect on May 20th, have been notified and offered alternative travel options or a full refund.
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