Articles Tagged ‘Aer Lingus’
Aer Lingus has launched its first transatlantic service from the UK, with its non-stop route from Manchester to Barbados. Meanwhile, from 1 December, the airline will begin operating its first ever non-stop flights from Manchester to New York JFK.
Budapest Airport has welcomed the return of its long-standing partner Aer Lingus. The airline is welcoming customers back on board its flights between Budapest and Dublin for the first time since the pandemic began, operating a three-times weekly service on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
Aer Lingus confirms non-stop transatlantic flights from Manchester to New York JFK, Orlando and Bridgetown in 2021, followed by a Boston service in 2022. anna.aero looks at how Aer Lingus has grown traffic via Dublin from the UK since 2016, and how fares have developed from Manchester.
Aer Lingus has seemingly applied for slots to begin Manchester – US; we see where could make sense given big capacity + network cuts after Thomas Cook’s end.
As a new Irish airline may be created to challenge Stobart Air, we see that Aer Lingus Regional had no direct competition on 17 of its 24 routes.
United Express begins two routes, Aer Lingus Regional’s final pieces of its Belfast City puzzle, Jazeera Airways becomes the only carrier to Dhaka, + more.
Aer Lingus Regional has launched Belfast City to both East Midlands and Leeds Bradford, with these routes having a combined 295,000+ passengers last year.
Aer Lingus Regional has launched Birmingham and Manchester from Belfast City, with these two routes having 546,000 passengers last year.
Alaska began San Jose from Spokane, its second Bay Area service; Aer Lingus replaced flybe on core Belfast City route to Edinburgh; and more.
Aer Lingus Regional on 27 August opened its new Belfast City base and its first route, to Edinburgh, was launched.
Aer Lingus to use A321neos to Newark + Toronto, with its A330-300s having 50% higher costs, RDC Apex platform shows
As Aer Lingus will use its A321neos on more transatlantic routes from S21, replacing its mainstay A330-300s, we see how the two aircraft differ economically.
We analyse the development of these routes and look at how flybe and Aer Lingus Regional’s frequencies differ as easyJet’s grows at nearby Belfast International.