Whoosh, the scheduled carrier which started services to Dundee on the29th May has announced another new route from BirminghamInternational Airport. Newquay will be added to Whoosh's portfolioof routes from 28th July.Three weekly flights will operate to Newquay from Terminal 2. Pricesstart from £39.00 including taxes and charges with flights operatingon Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The flights leave Birminghamat 09:05 hours and arrive in to Newquay at 10:20 hours, an ideal timeto arrive for holidaymakers. The return flight will leave Newquay at11:00 and return to Birmingham at 12:15.Flights will be operated by the Polish Airline, White Eagle Aviation,which is based in Warsaw-Okecie Airport and will be using an ATR42.The airline is privately owned and currently operates Whoosh's twicedaily flights to Dundee.White Eagle has been operating for 13 years and currently undertakesscheduled and charter flights in both cargo and passengeroperations.Alan Fullilove, CEO & President from White Eagle said: "We are veryhappy to be able to extend the reach of the Whoosh brand across theUK and see Newquay as a very valuable summer route from Birmingham."Aden Murcutt, CEO of Whoosh said: "2005 was the last time anyoneoperated Birmingham – Newquay and they carried over 6,000 people inAugust alone! We are quite confident that this service will provepopular throughout the summer season."Peter Vella, Business Development Director of BIA commenting on theroute said: "Whoosh is a new airline to start from BirminghamInternational Airport with its recent service to Dundee. AddingNewquay to its portfolio is an excellent choice enabling leisuretravellers the chance to `Whoosh' off to the sun, sea and sand ofCornwall."
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