A year after announcing the cancellation of its air ticket booking service, Irish Air has now launched a new service called Insel Air.

The move will see customers travel to and from Ireland by air, with flights costing between €100 and €400.

It is expected that in 2018 Insel will be the only airline offering domestic flights between Dublin and Limerick and between Dublin to Dublin, Limerick to Dublin and Cork, Cork to Dublin.

The service will operate 24/7, but customers can book online at www.inselair.ie.

The Insel app will allow customers to make and receive reservations online or by calling an in-person agent.

The app also allows customers to buy tickets on the fly.

A spokesperson for Insel said: “Insel is a highly-trained team of airline pilots and flight engineers with extensive experience in both air and ground transport.

Insel’s first customers will be customers of Air Ireland, which has been operating the service for the past five years. “

This year we will be offering more choices, offering more options and offering a more streamlined experience, all of which will bring a better experience to our customers.”

Insel’s first customers will be customers of Air Ireland, which has been operating the service for the past five years.

InselAir will be available in the United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, Germany and the United States, but the service will be open to all European Union members in 2019.