Durham Tees Valley Airport reveals new 2020 destination
Durham Tees Valley Airport has announced that from next year it will once again offer flights to Spain.
JetsGo Holidays will begin operating weekly flights from the airport to Palma (PMI) from July 2020 throughout the summer season.
The announcement follows the buyback of the airport and its 10 Year Rescue Plan, which has seen Stobart Group take over as operator.
Commenting on the news, Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen said: “Just a few months after buying back our airport, I’m delighted to announce that flights to the UK’s most popular holiday destination will be returning to Teesside.
“With these flights to Majorca next year, JetsGo Holidays has become the latest company to throw its weight behind our airport.
“While we’re only four months in, this announcement, and the additional holiday flights to Bulgaria, demonstrates that our airport can be a success and our 10 Year Rescue Plan is working.”
JetsGo Holidays director Daniel Reilly added: “We are excited to introduce our Majorca holidays to the residents of the Tees Valley region and beyond.
“We look forward to welcoming the regions residents back to fly on holiday from their local airport in 2020.”
Do you want to sell more to businesses in your region? Get Bdaily Marketing's latest Media Pack now to see how we can help →