Stobart Air, who operated the Aer Lingus regional routes to Leeds Bradford, Edinburgh, Exeter, Manchester, East Midlands and Birmingham from Belfast City Airport, has ceased operations.
A spokesperson for Belfast City Airport said: “We were informed by Aer Lingus this morning (12 June), that Stobart Air who operated the Aer Lingus Regional franchise has ceased operations.
“As a result Aer Lingus flights to and from Leeds Bradford, Edinburgh, Exeter, Manchester, East Midlands and Birmingham have been cancelled.
“The Aer Lingus Heathrow service is not affected and is still operating.
“We apologise to our passengers for this inconvenience and are working with Aer Lingus to ensure these routes are operating again as soon as possible.
“Passengers booked on these flights should not travel to the airport but should instead contact Aer Lingus.”