Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, has said it will restart flying its Cork-Cornwall route from May.

The service will operate twice a week - on Wednesdays and Saturdays - from 9 May to 6 October this year, with an additional 20% capacity and fortnight of service compared to last year. 

Aer Lingus Regional reached a milestone last June when its two-millionth passenger travelled through Cork Airport. 

The airline aims to fly over 340,000 passengers on Aer Lingus Regional routes through Cork Airport this year.

Meanwhile, Ryanair has announced its first flights from Bosnia and Herzegovina with two new routes from Banja Luka to Brussels Charleroi and Memmingen in Germany. 

Both routes will operate twice weekly from November, as part of the airline's Winter 2018 schedule.