Aviation News

July 6, 2011

Aer Lingus Announces 10 New Winter Routes

Aer Lingus today announced 10 new routes connecting Ireland to European vacation destinations for the winter season.

Snowy winter morning as an Aer Lingus Airbus A330-300 touches down at JFK

Snowy winter morning as an Aer Lingus Airbus A330-300 touches down at JFK. (Photo by Manny Gonzalez-Thrust Images)

“There is something for everyone in our winter schedule, whether you prefer winter sun in the Canary Islands or skiing in the Italian Alps, Aer Lingus has the holiday destination for you, combining great value fares with excellent in-flight service,” said Aer Lingus director of communications, Declan Kearney.

Brand new routes:
Cork-Las Palmas 1x weekly
Cork-Barcelona 3x weekly
Cork-Rome 2x weekly
Belfast-Rome 2x weekly
Belfast-Alicante 2x weekly
Dublin-Milan 4x weekly

Current routes being extended through winter:
Dublin-Stuttgart 4x weekly
Dublin-Aberdeen n/a
Dublin-Bristol n/a
Shannon-Edinburgh n/a

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