In a statement released this week on its website, explains that John Lennon Airport, in Liverpool, is the 11th in the United Kingdom where the airline operates and will have flights to 20 destinations, in order to respond “to the enormous demand from customers and travel agents throughout the region”.

The British airline plans to start flights at Liverpool airport on March 28, 2024, in time for the Easter holidays, offering up to 54 flights a week, including 12 flights to the Canary Islands and Balearic Islands, in Spain, but also to the Spanish mainland, as well as Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria, Portugal and Cyprus.

Two of these destinations are Portuguese, specifically Madeira and Faro, and in the case of the Madeiran archipelago, the route operated by from Liverpool is exclusive, as well as six other announced routes from Liverpool, specifically Gran Canaria, Menorca, Rhodes, Zante , Paphos and Bourgas (Bulgaria).

In the case of Madeira, will offer weekly flights on Mondays, while the operation to Faro, Algarve, will have four flights a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.