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AN IRISH airline will be aiming for the skies as it launches a new service from Birmingham International Airport.

Aer Arann, one of the fastest growing regional airlines in Europe, will begin jetting off from Birmingham to Waterford in the South East of Ireland on May 14.

The new service will operate every day except Saturday and last one hour and 20 minutes with flights costing from pounds 35 one way, including tax. Colin Lewis, head of sales and marketing at Aer Arann, said it was looking forward to the launch of the new service.

"We're delighted to be further expanding our UK network with a new service from Birmingham to Waterford," he said.

"The gateway to the South East and the home of Waterford Crystal, this vibrant city has plenty to offer visitors from the UK.

"We believe it will prove to be a popular short break destination."
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