Air crash ends Manx2 Cork service

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The aircraft had two crew members and 10 passengers on board has announced the withdrawal of its Belfast to Cork service after an air crash in which six people died.

The company said the move comes after an "operational review of the route" in the wake of the incident in February.

The plane was travelling from the City Airport in Belfast when the tragedy happened on 10 February.

A company spokesman said the airline will continue to operate other flights as scheduled.

He added: "In order to minimise the impact to passenger travel plans, the service will be maintained for the next two weeks until 13 March."

All passengers booked to travel on the Belfast to Cork service on or after 14 March will be given a full refund.

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