Aer Lingus is pleased to announce a bumper re-start to a number of Transatlantic and European routes from Ireland this winter. Irish customers ready to travel US bound once the travel ban is lifted in November, can once again fly direct from Dublin to Newark and Orlando from November.
Dublin to Newark will operate 4 times per week, becoming daily from 1st December. Dublin to Orlando will operate 3 times per week from 27th November.
With the re-start of operations to Newark and Orlando, Aer Lingus passengers can now fly to New York; Boston and Washington, Orlando and Chicago and to the West Coast.
All Aer Lingus passengers traveling to the US can take advantage of the US Custom and Immigration Preclearance at Dublin Airport Terminal 2. The benefit of this is that you can land as a local! Simply collect your baggage at your U.S. arrival airport and get on with your day. The pre-clearance facility, operated by U.S. personnel, is located on the ground floor level of Terminal 2.
Contact: Aer Lingus, Giovanni Ciocari, Email: Giovanni.Ciocari@aerlingus.com