Aer Southeast – the company which had planned to run flights between Waterford and the UK – has been shut down less than 18 months after unveiling the service.
The company announced flights between the South East and London-Luton, Manchester and Birmingham in June 2017.
However, soon after the airline was instructed to stop selling tickets after licensing issues emerged.
Aer Southeast posted on its Facebook page on the 23rd of February that they would begin flights this year.
According to the Companies Registration Office, however, Aer Southeast parent company Skytruckers Ltd was dissolved on September 5th.
A review on the future of Waterford airport by consultancy EY for the Department of Tourism, Transport and Sport was brought to Cabinet for consideration this week.