Flights to Blackpool: Internal UK flights
Flights to Blackpool from which airports in the UK?
Benefiting from excellent transport links to the rest of the country, it is hardly surprising that there are few flights on offer to Blackpool from the rest of the UK.
Indeed, only Belfast and the Isle of Man can boast direct links to the popular seaside town.
Airlines which fly to Blackpool Airport
Low-cost airline Jet2.com currently operates flights between Belfast International and Belfast airports, though this service looks set to end before 2008 is through.
Also flying across the Irish Sea is Manx2, which operates routes from Belfast City and Belfast International airports as well as from the Isle of Man.
From Blackpool, however, a number of international routes are on offer, including regular summer services to the Iberian peninsular.
Where is Blackpool in the UK?
The Lancastrian town of Blackpool is tucked away on the north-west coast of England and has been attracting visitors from nearby Liverpool and Manchester, as well as from further a field for decades now.
Blackpool Airport is located around three miles from the town centres and can be easily reached by road.
A couple areas of interest in Blackpool
Despite competition from Spanish rivals, Blackpool remains a major tourist attraction, offering visitors of all ages an authentic British holiday experience.
Hugging the front, the Golden Mile boasts a number of amusement arcades and theatres and family hotels while the famous Blackpool Tower and the piers sticking out into the sea also provide year-round entertainment.
At the north end of the Mile, the Pleasure Beach is home to some of Europe's oldest and best-loved rollercoasters, while on a good day, the beach is packed with donkeys and families.