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Turkish Airlines commences its first-ever service between Dublin and Antalya

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                                                                 Turkish Airlines commenced its first-ever service between Dublin and Antalya on Wednesday 6th April operating  three times per week on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays using two class Boeing 737-900 (ER) aircraft, until 30th October. The Inaugural flight was operated by TC-JYP Boeing 737-9F2(ER) msn 42014. Turkish Airlines with its famous tagline “Widen your World” is true to its name, offers a complimentary 3 course meal on board, all drinks, inflight entertainment and a very generous baggage allowance. There are even toy treats for the kiddies!.  DAA CEO Dalton Philips stated "Dublin Airport welcomes this new direct route between Dublin and Antalya. Antalya is a beautiful city with rich culture and stunning scenery. The commencement of the service is great news for business leisure passengers in Ireland and Antalya and we anticipate strong demand for this service. Dublin Airport looks forward to work with Turkish Ai

PHL Airport celebrates return of Aer Lingus route to Dublin

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                                                                 Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) celebrated the return of Aer Lingus Dublin route on Thursday 7th April for the first time in two years. Aer Lingus will operate six times weekly in April increasing to daily service from 11th May. The first Aer Lingus was operated EI-LRF Airbus A321-251NX msn 10264. The PHL Airport Art Program commissioned local artists to create special designs for pins given to passengers and flight crews. The artwork highlights the destinations with specific colours or by featuring well-known landmarks, with the Dublin celebratory pin designed by Kyle Confehr. PHL Director of Guest Experience Leah Douglas stated "The artists had fun using their creativity to depict the cities and the passengers and flight crews were surprised and excited to receive keepsakes commemorating their trips.” Aer Lingus Vice President US Bill Byrne stated "Aer Lingus is fully committed to connecting Ireland