Aer Lingus Announces New Routes Between Dublin-Italy Routes And Increases Number Of Transatlantic Flights
Aer Lingus has announced new direct flights from Dublin to Brindisi in Italy and Alghero in Sardinia as part of its schedule for summer 2020.
The Brindisi route will operate twice a week from May 23. The Alghero route will begin operating twice weekly the following day, on May 24.
Additional Transatlantic Services
Next summer, Aer Lingus will also increase the number of services on its Dublin to Miami route from two to three per week, while its Dublin to Seattle service will begin operating daily and capacity boosts are also planned on routes from Dublin to Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and Minneapolis St. Paul.
The Irish Independent quotes Aer Lingus chief commercial officer David Shepherd as saying, "Transatlantic growth continues to be our priority. Not only does this strengthen Ireland’s connectivity with the United States, but it creates a greater, more efficient connection via Dublin for our neighbours in the UK and Europe."
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