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Aer Lingus Announces Three New European Routes

By Dave Simpson
Aer Lingus Announces Three New European Routes

Aer Lingus has announced three new European routes.


According to a statement published on, Aer Lingus has commenced flights to Olbia and Kos and will commence flights to Brindisi on 27 May, with these services being three of 53 European Aer Lingus routes from Ireland as part of the airline’s 2023 summer schedule.

Aer Lingus has also increased its peak summer capacity to Málaga and Faro from both Dublin and Cork airports, as well as offering increased capacity on other European routes, including Alicante, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Perpignan, Izmir, Bordeaux and Athens from Dublin, according to the statement published on

Statement By Aer Lingus Chief Customer Officer


The statement published on quoted chief customer officer Susanne Carberry as saying, “The inaugural flights to a new destination always create great buzz for customers and employees alike, and we’re excited to begin flying to two new Italian destinations and another Greek island in May.

“As was the case last year, we are seeing huge demand for sun travel this summer, particularly our Mediterranean destinations, with many planning their holiday that little bit earlier than before.

“Equally, our largest-ever transatlantic programme of 2.25 million seats is proving popular with those eager to travel further afield. We will also begin flying to Cleveland, Ohio, in May [19] as part of the 16 North American destinations we will serve this year, so there is lots to look forward to this summer.”

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