Ibiza can expect a Cork invasion this summer as new flights are confirmed
We're off to the Balearics, boy.
Czech Airlines have announced a new twice-weekly service from Cork Airport to Ibiza, beginning in June.
The flights will add 8,000 seats to the airport's service and begins on June 11th, running all the way to September 21st.
Cork Airport’s Managing Director, Niall MacCarthy, welcomed the news and stressed that service is a great boost for holidaymakers in Munster.
“Ibiza is incredibly popular and we’re delighted that CSA Czech Airlines has added the Cork route in response to strong consumer demand," he told the Evening Echo in Cork.
“This announcement is an exciting development for Cork Airport and we look forward to working closely with CSA Czech Airlines to develop our relationship and seek out further routes.”
CSA Czech Airlines chairman Jozef Sincák said: “In addition to the Cork to Prague route recently announced, we’re delighted to add Ibiza to Cork Airport’s list of destinations. This is great news for the airline and will have an interesting potential which we would like to take full advantage.”
Expect the entire student population of UCC to be packing away the buckets, spades and Speedos as we type.
Have some Vengaboys for the craic.