From 19 July 2021 in line with the latest Government recommendations, everyone entering the airport terminal building, whether to travel or for any other purpose, will be expected to wear a face covering.
Belfast City Service
Aer Lingus wishes to apologise to Aer Lingus Regional customers who have been affected by Stobart Air ceasing operations from Saturday 12th June and has announced details of a replacement schedule for Aer Lingus Regional customers.
Commencing Sunday 13th June the Exeter to Belfast City route will now be operated by British Airways with a reduced Mon/Fri/Sat/Sun service.
Crete is not only the largest of the Greek Islands, but it’s the 5th biggest island in the Mediterranean Sea and holidays to Crete revolve around sandy beaches, scenic countryside, and an encyclopaedic offering of myths and legends.
Crete’s super-size means it’s got 650 miles of coastline to go around. The beaches in the Lassithi area, to the east of the island, are annexes to the cosmopolitan towns of Agios Nikolaos and Elounda. Here, sunbathers can mix stints on the sunbed with shopping sprees and long lunches in the squares. Further west, the Chania area teams Blue Flag beaches with an historical old town. The 12-kilometre-plus swathes of sand in the Rethymnon area are covered with the footprints of families, while the beaches in the Heraklion area are the staging areas and recovery spots for nights on the tiles.
Crete’s timeline stretches back more than 4,000 years. In fact, the island is credited with being the birthplace of modern civilisation. Evidence for this claim can be found at the Palace of Knossos, in the Heraklion area – the Minoans who lived here were some of the first people in the world to have fashions, parties and women’s rights.