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Article from BTNews 22 NOVEMBER 2021

Dublin to San Francisco

With the opening up of the US, Aer Lingus is to resume transatlantic flights from Dublin to San Francisco.

The service will operate four times per week from 12 December to 12 January on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Two additional flights will operate a week prior to Christmas and post-Christmas, from 16–18 December and 30 December–1 January.  From 25 February, Aer Lingus will fly direct to San Francisco four times per week.

Re-connecting Ireland with the West Coast for the first time since March 2020, the direct Dublin to San Francisco route is seen as hugely important for businesses in Ireland. San Francisco’s Silicon Valley is home to many of the world’s largest technology companies, with many of these companies having their European headquarters in Ireland.

The recommencing of the Dublin – San Francisco route sees Aer Lingus’ North American schedule increase to a total of seven destinations, having welcomed back Newark, Orlando, Washington and Toronto (Canada) over the past few weeks.

Before travelling, Aer Lingus customers are advised to use the airline’s new online travel support tool to search by destination and retrieve up-to-date tailored travel information based on their specific circumstances including vaccination status, return travel and flight connection requirements.

www.aerlingus.com

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