An airline is offering a service to UK customers flying on Airnet Express.
The new service, AirNetExpress, is available to air passengers travelling from Ireland on the route between the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
It will operate from the UK airports of Edinburgh, Cork and Belfast and will be operated by Virgin Atlantic.
Virgin Atlantic’s CEO Andy Wood said the new service will be able to deliver internet to many UK cities, which are a great opportunity for passengers.
He said it will be a fantastic service for the Irish airline and for the country.
AirNetExpress will be available on all Virgin Atlantic flights.
The service is being offered by Virgin Europe and the Irish Airports Authority (IAA).
It is also available on Airline Ireland, Virgin Atlantic and Airline Direct services.
Virgin Ireland said it has invested £50 million in a new network to deliver the service to Ireland.
AirnetExpress will operate on the network in all the new routes and the airline is also planning to offer the service on Airports Express and AirnetExpress routes, which have not been operational.
The airline will have a fully integrated network to provide air passengers with fast, reliable, and reliable connectivity in the Irish port of Cork.
Airport Express is the UK’s biggest airport operator.
It operates the airport in Cork, Bray and Wicklow.