Aer Lingus arrives in Murcia

Arriving on stand at Murcia Airport on 27 March is Aer Lingus’ inaugural service from Dublin. Ireland’s national carrier will operate to the Spanish facility from the Irish capital four times weekly using its A320 fleet. Cutting the cake in Murcia are: Carlos Mascaraque, Sales Executive, Aer Lingus; Iva Beacon, ‎Business Manager Europe Organised Leisure Sales, Aer Lingus; Sean O’Mahony, Regional Operations Director for Spain and Portugal, Aer Lingus; and Pedro Vicente Gallut, Murcia Airport Director.

  • Aer Lingus commenced services from Dublin (DUB) to Murcia (MJV) on 27 March. The 1,788-kilometre sector from the Irish capital to the Spanish airport will be operated by Ireland’s national carrier four times weekly, with it using its A320 fleet on the route. Aer Lingus will face direct competition from Irish ULCC Ryanair which operates a daily service on the airport pair according to OAG Schedules Analyser data. With the carrier’s latest launch to Murcia, it now means it serves 12 destinations in Spain from Dublin in S16, with it also operating to Alicante, Barcelona, Bilbao, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Madrid, Malaga, Palma de Mallorca, Santiago de Compostela and Tenerife South. Vote for Murcia Airport’s cake in this week’s competition. Vote for Murcia Airport’s FTWA in this week’s competition.


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