LONDON – Aer Lingus has announced plans to resume its services to Miami, starting on October 21 this year.
Services will begin on a twice-weekly basis operating on Fridays and Sundays.
By October 28, a third flight, which will operate on Wednesdays, will be introduced as part of its expansion from the area.
Commenting on the news was Bill Byrne, Executive Vice President of Aer Lingus in the U.S said:
“We are delighted to be building back our US connectivity this year and there’s no doubt that travel is back for 2022. We are so happy to be flying to the US again, and this week we are delighted to be continuing to connect families, friends, and businesses to Florida.
Customers can look forward to our transatlantic in-flight food, drink, and entertainment services on board with top-class entertainment including the latest movie releases, TV boxsets, games, and music.”
“Along with Wi-fi and the PressReader app which offers passengers over 7,000 digital newspapers & magazines via their smart device.”
For the short-term, flights from Dublin to San Francisco, Seattle, and Los Angeles will commence between February 25 to May respectively, thus establishing the continued expansion of U.S operations.