Aer Lingus to increase transatlantic flights in '16

Aer Lingus will add three transatlantic routes in 2016.



Ireland's national airline will begin year-round service five days a week between Los Angeles and Dublin in May, daily year-round service between Newark and Dublin in early September and daily year-round service between Hartford, Conn., and Dublin in late September.

The routes increase Aer Lingus' long-haul seat capacity by 17% and represent that largest single expansion of its transatlantic network since it began flying across the ocean in 1958, according to the carrier.

Source: Business Travel News
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