Friday, 28 November 2014

Aer Lingus operates Keflavik charter series

                                                 
Aer Lingus Airbus A320s on T2 Dublin Airport 
Aer Lingus in association with Travel Department operated a series of charter flights from Dublin to Keflavik, Iceland over a number of weeks in October and November using a mix of Airbus A320 and Airbus A321 aircraft.

Aer Lingus stated a key part of it's strategy is to grow market share in charter market "Aer Lingus gained market share in both long and short haul from LCCs, legacy, regional & charter carriers."

Keflavik is a new charter destination on Aer Lingus route network.

The all-inclusive package by Travel Department included 3-night break  flights, accommodation and transfers.

According to The Lingus Source website the following aircraft operated:

EI-CPE A321 23rd November

EI-DEG A320 22nd November

EI-EDS A320 20th November

EI-DEP A320 19th November

EI-DVI A320 16th November

EI-DVJ A320 13th November

EI-CVC A320 26th October

EI-DVK A320 23rd October

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