Spanish airline LTE is working hard to try and resume their scheduled flights from Norwich International Airport in December.
The airline suspended all it's flights earlier this month but announced late yesterday that it has resumed charter operations from other airports.
Richard Jenner, managing director at Norwich International Airport, said:
We are pleased to hear that LTE is back up and running again with charter flights and that all their aircraft are operating. We will be working closely with LTE to ensure that all the requirements for a resumption of scheduled flights from Norwich are fulfilled. We and LTE both hope that scheduled services will begin again in December and we will keep passengers informed of developments as soon as we hear about them. I am very sorry that passengers in October and November have been affected by this temporary suspension but we will do all we can to ensure a return to normal services to Spain.
LTE issued a statement on 16 October, announcing the temporary suspension of it's scheduled flights from Norwich airport, as well as charter operations from other airports. It had contacted travel agents to cancel Norwich flights until 29 November.
A statement on LTE's website late yesterday announced that charter activities were operating again and it expects internet sales to resume shortly. It adds: We apologise for the temporary suspension of service and we are happy that we can now return to normal. This is very good news for the Spanish airline
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