Saturday, June 04, 2016
Desmond O’Flynn, Waterford Airport CEO

Desmond O’Flynn, Waterford Airport CEO

Passengers booked on the Waterford-London Luton route from June 16th on are being advised to contact the airline directly after the shock announcement that VLM Airlines is to cease the service.

Waterford Airport expressed disappointment at the airline’s decision which was announced today.
Desmond O’Flynn, CEO, Waterford Airport said: “We are obviously very disappointed at this decision and appreciate that it will have an impact on the travel plans of many people who had intended flying on the route during the busy summer period.
“Air access to the UK and, especially, the greater London area remains the number one priority for Waterford Airport given the importance of this connectivity to the southeast region’s economy. “We will spare no effort to attract an alternative carrier to service the Waterford-London route which has a strong and proven track record spanning more than 30 years. We recognise the loyal support we have had from business and leisure passengers as well as other stakeholders for many years now.”
Waterford Airport advised that those with existing VLM Airlines bookings on flights after June 16 are being contacted directly by the airline. VLM can also be contacted on lo-call 076 6805592 or [email protected]

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