Aer Lingus Regional launches Dublin-Aberdeen service
Aer Lingus Regional, exclusively operated by Emerald Airlines, has commenced services from Aberdeen International Airport to Dublin. The route also connects seamlessly with Aer Lingus’ transatlantic network from Dublin. Passengers can now fly to New York, Boston, and Chicago, via Dublin. Those flying to the US can avail of the US Immigration Pre-clearance at Dublin Airport before they fly.
“We are very pleased to be operating this route between Aberdeen and Dublin,” said Ciarán Smith, Head of Commercial, Emerald Airlines. “With convenient timings and cost-effective flights, we strongly believe this service will be warmly welcomed by both business and leisure travellers.”
The ATR72-600 forms the backbone of Emerald Airlines’ growing fleet, with the average age of aircraft being six years.
“This region has a lot to offer visitors from Royal Deeside, castle trails and golf courses,” said Mark Beveridge, Operations Director, Aberdeen International Airport. “We welcome the Aer Lingus Regional operator, Emerald Airlines, to our airport providing more connectivity to the Irish Capital.”
Christopher Tibbett, Group Head of Airline Relations and Marketing at AGS, which operates Aberdeen Airport, said: “We are thrilled to see Aer Lingus Regional operating from Aberdeen. It is now easier than ever for Aberdonians to visit Dublin via the airport with family and friends to explore the beauty of Ireland.”