Carlisle Lake District Airport finally opened to commercial flights yesterday after lengthy delays caused by Air Traffic Control issues. But where can you fly from there?
Scottish airline Loganair is the launch carrier, with scheduled services to London Southend, Belfast City and Dublin using a 33-seat Saab 340B aircraft.
The airport, owned and operated by Stobart Group, is six miles from Carlisle city centre. It is an ex-RAF facility and has not been used for scheduled flights since 1993.
There is no executive lounge, before anyone asks, but with no more than three flights per day (and none at all on Tuesdays or Wednesdays) you are unlikely to be struggling for space.