Irish flag carrier Aer Lingus will stop flying from Ireland West Knock Airport to London Gatwick in March. The airline is to instead open a Knock-London Heathrow route on the 26th of the month and compete more directly with Irish rival Ryanair, which connects the airport with London Luton and London Stansted. Heathrow sits to the west of London, with Luton and Stansted to the north, leaving Gatwick largely serving the south of the vast city and surrounding regions. Despite Heathrow and Gatwick being at least an and a half apart on the UK’s increasingly-unreliable and strike-riven public transport, an

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