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Take Off for Aer Lingus Regional 30th route Dublin-Brest

                                                                  Aer Lingus Regional exclusively operated by Emerald Airlines commenced Dublin to Brest route on 20 May operating twice weekly on Tuesdays and Saturdays , using 72-seater ATR 72-600 aircraft. The route marks the carrier's 30th route and 9th new route launch this year. On Tuesday 23 May the inauguration flight had presence of Michaël Quernez , Vice-President of the Brittany Region in charge of climate and mobility, of Josselin LE GALL , Honorary Consul of France in Ireland and Christopher Buckley, director of Emerald Airlines. Brest Bretagne Airport Director, Claude Aphexad said "We welcome Emerald Airlines- Aer Lingus as we once again connect our territory to Ireland. We are always happy and proud to welcome a new partner to offer the world to Brittany and Brittany to the world.” Emerald Airlines Director Christopher Buckley, said "We are delighted to launch our new line this summer between Brest and Dublin.

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