Aer Lingus has revealed its schedule for the summer of 2023.
According to a statement published on MediaCentre.AerLingus.com, Aer Lingus’s schedule for the summer of 2023 includes 53 European destinations from Ireland, three of which are new routes – to Kos, Olbia and Brindisi – as well as 15 routes to North America, including Cleveland, for the first time, and the return of its route to Hartford, Connecticut. The airline will also operate direct routes from Manchester to JFK and Orlando.
Statement By Chief Customer Officer
The statement published on MediaCentre.AerLingus.com quoted chief customer officer Susanne Carberry as saying, “Demand for European sun destinations is at an all-time high, post-pandemic, with European sun high on everyone’s wish list, so Aer Lingus is delighted to announce increases across our European schedule to the most sought-after, trendsetting European destinations this summer.
“We have three very exciting, brand-new destinations on offer – in Kos, Greece; Olbia, Sardinia, Italy; and Brindisi, Italy – which our customers are sure to love exploring this summer. We’re seeing a big appetite for travel, and our ambitious expansion into North America continues with Cleveland and Hartford services beginning, making our summer transatlantic schedule a record-breaker, with 2.25 million seats on sale.”