29 APRIL 2013

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Article from BTNews 29 APRIL 2013

Dublin move for Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Aer Arann, will move all services at Dublin Airport to Terminal 2 on 1 May.  The flights involved are to and from Birmingham, Edinburgh, Manchester and Southend.

Up to now, some of Aer Lingus Regional flights have operated from Terminal 1.  The move means that both Aer Lingus Regional services and Aer Lingus mainline services will now operate from the same terminal, making connections easier for customers.  In addition, the move to Dublin airport’s newest terminal will facilitate Aer Lingus Regional customers linking to Aer Lingus transatlantic services in Terminal 2 – a significant and growing part of the business.

Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Aer Arann, has recently added two new destinations to its network.  The airline will operate three daily return flights to Birmingham beginning 1 June and two daily return flights to Manchester from Dublin Airport from 1 July next. (See BTN 22 April)

Simon Fagan, Chief Commercial Officer at Aer Arann, said:  “For Aer Arann, the move to Terminal 2 is a significant step in advancing our ‘new beginning’ strategy, which aims to position the airline among Europe’s top tier of regional airlines”. www.aerarann.com

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