Monarch increase their flights to the Baleriac Islands from

Hotel News - 25/07/2006

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Monarch has launched new routes from Manchester to Jerez, four times a week and Ibiza, five times a week; Lanzarote will also increase its quota during the summer. Low fares airline Monarch continues to strengthen its position as the largest international scheduled carrier at Manchester Airport with the launch of new routes to Ibiza and Jerez, increased frequencies to Palma, plus new summer flights to Lanzarote. The total number of flights scheduled by Monarch operating from Manchester next year will reach 200 a week. Manchester is Monarch's largest UK base and the airline, with 22 flights from Ibiza, Menorca and Mallorca, is the only one to serve the three main Baleriac Islands from the airport.

From the summer 2007 the new route to Ibiza will operate each day from May, excluding Tuesday and Wednesday, with single flights for around £40. Jerez will offer a new route from March 2007 for tourists on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday - flights costing £46 one way Palma will have its flights increased to twice daily from £41 one way and Alicante will offer flights from £46 twice daily. Barcelona, which is becoming increasingly popular with holidaymakers and weekenders, will be served by daily flights with single fares priced at around £41. Faro will service its tourists with a twice daily slot and fares will be priced from £46 one way. Lanzarote will have two flights a week and the fares will cost around £67 for a single trip. Malaga gets a look in with around three flights daily and fares costing around £41. Menorca will offer travelers flights to the island for £46 three times a week. Tenerife still as popular will warrant daily flights from £67.

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