Tourism Ireland has has announced a launch of a new Aer Lingus uninterrupted use between Washington Dulles and Dublin airport.
Aer Lingus will work 4 flights per week from Washington D.C. to Dublin as partial of a transatlantic expansion devise in 2015. This is a airline’s seventh North American transatlantic gateway.
The airline is also augmenting ability on other Aer Lingus transatlantic routes for summer 2015, including:
*a daily moody from San Francisco to Dublin
*the introduction of a third daily moody from New York to Dublin from Jun by August
*an boost in magnitude on a Orlando to Dublin track from 3 to 4 flights per week
*a 20% boost in ability on a Boston Shannon track for twelve weeks in a rise summer period, Jun by August
“We are gay that Aer Lingus has selected to move this new use from Washington to Dublin,” pronounced Alison Metcalfe, Executive Vice President, Tourism Ireland US and Canada. “This track will serve strengthen a extensive atmosphere entrance links between a US and Ireland and we would inspire a friends from a DC area and over to embody Ireland on their vacation calendars for 2015.”
Nonstop flights from Dublin to D.C offer fliers a combined preference of clearing etiquette and immigration pre-departure, enabling some-more fit connectors and a streamlined attainment routine during Dulles. More than 1.2 million people from a US and Canada visited Ireland in 2014.
Aer Lingus recently launched a new business category knowledge on a transatlantic flights. The use provides a singular differentiator and will safeguard that business knowledge a best of intelligent transport with high levels of comfort and sophistication.
Aer Lingus, www.AeLingus.com
Visit Ireland, www.ireland.com