Stobart Air was an Irish regional airline headquartered in Dublin, Ireland. Stobart Air operated scheduled flights under the names of Aer Lingus Regional, BA CityFlyer, and KLM Cityhopper. The airline had operating bases in Belfast-City Airport, Cork Airport and Dublin Airport.
The airline was established in 1970 as Aer Arann but in 2014 the airline rebranded to Stobart Air.
Stobart Air ceased operations on the 12th of June 2021.
Various baggage policies applied for flights with Stobart Air.
Stobart Air operated flights on behalf of Flybe and Aer Lingus passengers.
Stobart Air allowed Flybe passengers on Stobart Air flights to bring one item of carry-on baggage no bigger than 55 x 35 x 20 cm as well as one personal item. The total weight of your carry-on and personal item could not weigh more than 10kg.
Stobart Air allowed Aer Lingus passengers on Stobart Air flights to bring one piece of carry-on baggage no more than 7kg with dimensions no greater than 48 x 33 x 20 cm.
Since Stobart Air operated flights on behalf of Flybe and Aer Lingus your checked baggage would depend on the airline you purchased your flights with and the cabin class in which you were travelling in.
Stobart Air's excess baggage fees were £15 per kilo.
Both online and airport check-in was available for passengers flying with Stobart Air.
Stobart Air's online check-in opened 24 hours prior to the flight departure time and closed 2 hours before the scheduled flight departure time.
Passengers should have arrived at least 3 hours prior to their flight departure time in order to avoid long queues at the airport.
Stobart Air flew to a number of destinations with the United Kingdom as well as to France and the Netherlands. Stobart Air operated flights to the following destinations for Flybe:
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Stobart Air didn't offer any form of in-flight entertainment for its passengers. Passengers flying with Stobart Air had to occupy themselves with entertainment such as magazines, game consoles or books.
Passengers flying with Stobart Air had the option to buy on board. Those who flew with Stobart Air would have a selection of hot and cold food and snacks as well as drinks to enjoy during their flight.
When Stobart Air was in operation, it didn't offer a frequent flyer programme for its passengers.
Dublin Airport (DUB) is an international airport which serves the region of Greater Dublin, Ireland. Dublin Airport is one of the busiest airports in Europe and is the busiest airport in Ireland measured by the total passenger traffic. In 2019, the airport handled over 32 million passengers. This airport is a hub for Aer Lingus, other airlines that fly to/from the airport include Ryanair, Eurowings, Emirates and many more.
Stobart Air's fleet consisted of an ATR 42-600 and an ATR 72-600. The ATR 42-600 aircraft could handle up to 48 passengers and the ATR 72-600 could handle up to 72 passengers.