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Travellers in Dundee and surrounding areas can now look forward to flying directly to Birmingham and Belfast from the end of May 2007, following the announcement of new scheduled air services last week.
Flywhoosh.com is the UK trade name for White Eagle Aviation (WEA), a Polish carrier with 13 years experience in passenger service across Europe.
Dundee Airport, which sits on the shore of the Firth of Tay, is only currently served by four daily Scot Airways Dornier 328 flights week-daily non-stop to London City.
The only alternative routing from Dundee to the English Midlands is via a 50-mile drive across the Forth Bridge to Edinburgh, followed by a one hour flight.
White Eagle is an experienced ATR 42 operator and will offer that aircraft for the route. The airline believes that there is still considerable scope for domestic operators who choose their routes very carefully.
WEA president and CEO, Allan Fullilove explained: ”There is an increasing frustration for passengers who have to face a long drive followed by a wait at a large airport in order to fly for 50 minutes to get to Birmingham for a meeting. We are the new local solution to a national problem. Busy roads and long waits are not good for business.”
The Birmingham and Belfast services commence on 29 May.