12 SEPTEMBER 2016
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A new daily service between Dublin and New York Newark was launched on 1 September by Aer Lingus, marking a new milestone for the carrier’s fast-growing transatlantic network.
The new flights complement Aer Lingus’ existing double-daily services to New York JFK via Dublin and six-times weekly flights via Shannon.Article listing
The airline said passengers from UK departure points including Manchester, Newcastle and Edinburgh have already taken advantage of the new route thanks to easy transatlantic connections and Aer Lingus’ US pre-clearance facility at Dublin.
Newark is the second of three new transatlantic routes to begin this summer, marking the single largest expansion of Aer Lingus’ transatlantic network in its history.
A direct service to Los Angeles began in May and later this month a new four-times-weekly service will launch from Dublin to Hartford, Connecticut, bringing to 28 the number of daily services operated by the airline across the Atlantic.
Aer Lingus transatlantic services include free 23kg baggage allowance, free meal and drinks during the flight and the latest films and tv programmes. Business Class also features new seats which transform into fully lie-flat beds within a redesigned cabin offering more storage and space.
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