26 AUGUST 2013

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Article from BTNews 26 AUGUST 2013

Newcastle to Dublin and onward

Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Aer Arann under a franchise, is to launch a twice daily Newcastle to Dublin service linking in with its successful US immigration and security operation at Dublin T2.  Ryanair already serves the route with a limited weekend service.  The new route opens up a number of American cities from the North East via the expanding Aer Lingus North Atlantic operation. 

Aer Arann’s Chief Commercial Officer, Simon Fagan, said:  “Accommodating transatlantic connections for our UK-based passengers through Dublin is a growing part of our business and we continue to work with Aer Lingus in planning our schedule.  In the first six months of this year, we carried over 36,000 passengers to Dublin for onward connections to the US.

Aer Arann flies into the Dublin hub from Aberdeen, Birmingham, Blackpool, Bournemouth, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Isle of Man, Manchester, Newcastle, Southend and Rennes. www.aerlingus.com

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