20 DECEMBER 2010
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Aer Arann and Aer Lingus have announced a new Aer Lingus Regional route between Bristol and Dublin from next March with onward connection options to the United States. Earlier this year Continental dropped direct flights to New York Newark. Regional routes will offer customers the convenience of flying from their home airport with through links to Boston, Chicago, New York and Orlando. Connecting passengers will also benefit from the new US Customs and Immigration clearance facilities in Dublin allowing them to arrive in the US as domestic passengers.
Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Aer Arann, will fly three return flights on six days each week and two return flights on Saturdays between Dublin and Bristol offering new morning, afternoon and evening frequency options for business customers. The 20 weekly return flights will also boost leisure and tourism travel in both directions between the UK South West’s largest city and Dublin.
Aer Lingus Regional already operates from both Cork and Shannon to Bristol and the new Dublin route revives the first ever Aer Lingus route in the airline’s 75th birthday year. www.aerlingus.com
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