Thomas Cook to resume flights from Belfast to Palma

After being dropped in 2019, Thomas Cook (MT/TCX) is set to relaunch its seasonal flights from Belfast International (BFS/EGAA) to Palma de Mallorca (PMI/LEPA) in 2020.

The flight to the popular Spanish island is due to restart on 6th May 2020 and will be operated by a 220-seat Airbus A321 aircraft.

Described as the island where the “med mingles with history” Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic islands and sites to the East of Ibiza.

A sheltered cove on Mallorca
A sheltered cove on Mallorca

It’s renowned for sandy beaches and sheltered coves as well as mountains and historical remains.

Travellers from Northern Ireland will once again be able to fly direct to the island with the weekly flight which operates every Wednesday in the S20 season.

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