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Aer Lingus to take over Aer Arann routes

Thu, 15 Mar 2012

Changes to the operation of Aer Arann's Dublin route will make it easier for Manx passengers flying to America.

From March 25th, the airline will operate it's Isle of Man flights under the Aer Lingus brand.

Whilst there'll be new flight numbers, the times and frequencies of the flights aren't going to change.

As part of the franchise agreement, passengers will be able to connect onto an Aer Lingus flight to the United States at Dublin on a single ticket.

Aer Lingus flies to Orlando, Chicago, Boston and New York from Dublin, with a customs pre-clearance office in Ireland making it quicker for passengers when they arrive in America.




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