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Aer Lingus cancels all September flights from Belfast City Airport to two Spanish resorts

Two of the men were Aer Lingus employees

Aer Lingus has apologised to customers after it cancelled all its September flights from Belfast City Airport to two Spanish resorts.

The airline said summer routes to Majorca and Alicante will now stop at the end of August, rather than late September when they were due to end, because of poor seat sales.

The airline said it had reallocated its planes to “routes with greater demand” and would offer a “full refund or alternative flights” to customers who were booked to fly in September.

“We apologise sincerely for the inconvenience caused,” said an Aer Lingus spokesperson.

Meanwhile, Ryanair says it is selling £21.00 "rescue fares" on the Belfast to Alicante route.

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