To celebrate the start of summer departures from our newest base, a group of Leeds City College & The Aviation Academy students created a giant Monarch spotty M outside Leeds Bradford Airport yesterday.
More than 40 students, accompanied by staff from the faculty, were on hand to help mark the occasion.
The summer programme of flying includes flights to Majorca, Faro, Larnaca and Lanzarote, with the remaining seven new summer routes to Menorca, Heraklion, Rome, Dalaman, Antalya, Barcelona and Bodrum (22 July – 16 Sept only) starting in May.
Managing Director, Kevin George said on behalf of the airline he was delighted to be celebrating the departure of our first scheduled summer flights from Leeds Bradford in conjunction with the arrival of two brand new Airbus A320 aircraft.
“Basing the new aircraft at Leeds Bradford demonstrates our commitment to the airline’s expansion in Yorkshire and our 12 new routes allow greater choice to our new customers in the region. We are looking forward to a busy summer at Leeds Bradford,” he said.