Picture: Courtesy of Etihad Airways Etihad Airways has received regulatory approval from the United States Department of Transportation to put its ‘EY’ flight code on Aer Lingus’ transatlantic services out of Dublin on routes to Boston, Chicago and New York JFK, enabling passengers to pre-clear US Customs and Border Protection in Dublin Airport arriving into the US as domestic passengers. Aer Lingus Chief Commercial Officer Stephen Kavanagh said "Customers connecting from Etihad Airways’ network onto Aer Lingus flights at Dublin will enjoy a seamless transfer and will be able to avail of Dublin’s US pre-clearance facilities. We look forward to welcoming Etihad Airways’ customers on board our transatlantic flights." Etihad Airways Chief Strategy and Planning Officer Kevin Knight said "Our strategic partnership with Aer Lingus continues to flourish and, as a result of US regulatory approval for transatlantic
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Picture: Courtesy of Paul Doyle Aer Lingus Airbus A320 EI-EZV c/n 2001 entered service on Virgin Atlantic Little Red this morning departing Aberdeen at 0618 as VIR3026 on the inaugural London Heathrow route service, yesterday the aircraft positioned Dublin Airport to Aberdeen at 1301 hours as EIN982 according to website Flightradar24.com. This is the third Aer Lingus aircraft to enter service on the Virgin Atlantic Little Red service wet-lease. Irish Aviation Research Institute © 9th April 2013 All Rights Reserved.