Aer Lingus to ‘craic’ non-stop UK-US market – data showcases recent DUB-hub success
Aer Lingus has confirmed that it will commence non-stop flights between Manchester and North America this summer, with two routes to New York JFK and Orlando, with Bridgetown following from October. A fourth route to Boston will be added from S22. Pictured at the announcement are Karen Smart, Managing Director, Manchester Airport and David Shepherd, CCO of Aer Lingus.
Aer Lingus has confirmed that it will commence its first non-Ireland originating transatlantic flights from Manchester on 29 July, adding daily service to New York JFK, and a five times weekly operation to Orlando (reducing to four times weekly in Winter)....
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