Saturday, 11 May 2019

Up to 66 daily flights to and from Dublin Airport to North America for summer peak

                                               
Dublin Airport Hub 
During the peak summer season in 2019 Dublin Airport will have 66 flights per day to and from 18 cities in the United States and 6 Canadian destinations with 464 weekly flights. This year Aer Lingus will launch Minneapolis-St. Paul , American Airlines Dallas/Forth Worth, Norwegian Airlines Toronto Hamilton, Westjet Calgary and Halifax .

Air Canada's low cost subsidiary Air Canada Rouge is to make a brief return to the Dublin Airport market between 25 May and 15 June.  Rouge will operate Montreal (ACA818/819) three times weekly and Vancouver (ACA862/3) four times weekly using Boeing 767-300ER aircraft pending delivery of Air Canada Airbus A330-300 aircraft.

The former Singapore Airlines/TAP Air Portugal Airbus A330-300 aircraft will be introduced on Dublin to Montreal and Vancouver routes effect from 15 June.

Aer Lingus planned new Airbus A321Neo-LR service to Hartford (Bradley International) is due to commence from 2nd August replacing wet-leased ASL operated Boeing 757-200 on the route.

Dublin's North American growth is being  constrained by delays to Aer Lingus A321Neo-LR deliveries which has resulted in the launch of new route to Montreal being deferred to Summer 2020 and revised schedules on existing North American routes.

The global ground of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft from 15th March has forced Norwegian to operate a reduced scheduled at Dublin this summer using a leased Evelope! Airbus A330-300 and Providence and Toronto Hamilton operated by Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

Minneapolis-St Paul   Aer Lingus x 4 Weekly Boeing 757-200 from 4th July
Calgary                    Westjet x  3 Weekly Boeing 787-9 from 3rd June
Dallas-Fort Worth      American Airlines x daily Boeing 787-9 from 1st June
Halifax                      Westjet  x 6 times weekly Boeing 737-700 from 1st May
Toronto-Hamilton     Norwegian x 4 Weekly Boeing 737-800 from 31st March

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