Saturday, 31 August 2013

Aer Lingus increases Dublin hub connectivity for Winter 2013

                                                   
New connections at Dublin 
This winter Aer Lingus network development continues it's evolution of Dublin as a hub , enabling connectivity for passengers from Aberdeen, Cardiff, Malaga, Rome and Stockholm to the United States.

To support the increased connectivity from it's European and UK network it's adding an an extra four weekly flights between Dublin and Boston bringing the total number of services per week to eleven.

In addition from Shannon to Boston will operate daily services, year-round, from January.

Aer Lingus Director of Communications Declan Kearney said "Today’s announcement supports Aer Lingus’ strategy to provide greater access and choice for Irish customers with over 220,000 seats available a week to and from Ireland. In addition, we continue to grow our transatlantic schedule, with 42 weekly roundtrips – giving greater choice to customers travelling between Ireland, Europe and North America."

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