Now You Can Make Direct Flight Booking To Lake District

Now You Can Make Direct Flight Booking To Lake District

22/07/2019 0 By M Zaman

The Lake District in Cumbria is probably one the beautiful places to visit in England. In particularly if it is during summer time.

But until now one of the most useful option to getting into the Lake District Of Cumbria is by train. You also have options to get there if you drive too.

There are certain rules you need to remember. Once you are planning to drive ahead, you need to aware that it take several hours. Similar rules apply for train journey as well.

However, there some good news. You no longer need to book your train tickets to reach in Cumbria.

As Carlisle Lake District Airport has recently been launched in the region. Also there are direct flights operating between London SouthEnd and Carlisle Lake District Airport.

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Which will obviously reduce the journey time. Also you will get plenty of time in hand to enjoy best views of the Lake District of Cumbria.

Carlisle Lake District Airport

Carlisle Lake District Airport (Image: Carlisle Lake District Airport/Twitter)

There are also direct flights operating between Carlisle Lake District and Belfast, Northern Ireland. You have preferences available to book your direct flights from Carlisle Lake District to Dublin as well.

This airport is operating by LoganAir a leading airline from Scotland.

However, the airfare will cost £39.99 each way, according to LoganAir’s website.

Which is also a revolutionary step between the Lake District and remotest parts of the UK and Ireland itself.

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The Lake District in Cumbria plays a vital role in UK’s tourtism sector. It is considered to be worth more than billions.

Because of its ultra natural diversity, it attracts tourists not only from the UK but from Europe and other parts of the world as well.

At the moment there are direct flights operating between London and Lake District airport. However, in the nearer future which is likely to extend in other parts of the UK as well. Which will boost tourism in the region.

This is certainly big thumbs up for the tourism industry in the Cumbria region. Also there will be a cost and time efficient journeys between other parts of the UK as well.

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