24 JANUARY 2011
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Aer Lingus is to introduce at the end of March a new daily service between Shannon and Gatwick, a route that other carriers have operated previously.
Aer Lingus Director of Communications, Declan Kearney, said: “This new daily service will provide Aer Lingus customers with the first early morning flight from London to the Shannon region. It will complement the existing London Heathrow service, which operates three times daily, broadening the choice for business and leisure travellers in and out of the Mid-West region.” From London the Gatwick flight is the earliest by Aer Lingus to Shannon.
The introduction of this new service brings to nine, the total number of destinations served by Aer Lingus from Shannon Airport, with services to Boston, Heathrow, New York and Paris, and Aer Lingus Regional services to Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow and Manchester. www.aerlingus.com
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