Aer Lingus Delays Commencement Of Services To New York And Orlando From Manchester
Aer Lingus has delayed the commencement of its planned services to New York and Orlando from Manchester, which were due to start operating next month.
In a statement on its website the airline said it, "is to retime the start of its scheduled Manchester to New York JFK and Manchester to Orlando services due to continuing restrictions on travel into the USA. The New York JFK service will now commence on 1st December and the Orlando service will commence on 11th December.
"Aer Lingus (UK) Ltd. remains fully committed to its services from Manchester Airport and its new non-stop Manchester to Barbados service, with three flights a week, will commence as planned on 20th October."
"Sorry For Any Inconvenience Caused"
The airline added on its website, "Both New York and Orlando services were due to start on 30th September. Aer Lingus is sorry for any inconvenience caused and our dedicated teams are contacting customers directly to offer either a full refund, re-accommodation on an alternative service or the option of a voucher with an additional 10%, for use across the Aer Lingus network over the next five years.
"Aer Lingus also continues to offer great booking flexibility and allows all customers to change their flights up to two hours before they are due to depart with no change fee. The Aer Lingus 'Book with Confidence' offer is available on all fare types allowing flexibility should plans change."
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