Aer Lingus has launched a packed schedule for next summer with 85 destinations on offer including new sun and city break options and increased frequencies on many existing routes from Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports.
As part of its effort to increase its winter timetable, Irish airline Aer Lingus has just announced 10 new routes for 2011/2012, with a new route from Cork to Las Palmas, Gran Canaria due to commence a weekly service as of Sunday 30th October 2011.
Following a detailed review of route profitability Aer Lingus has announced changes to its Shannon transatlantic schedule for early 2011.
Aer Lingus has been rated second out of 18 European Airlines in a recent customer airline satisfaction survey by consumer watchdog website, Which.co.uk.
Captain Grainne Cronin is leaving Aer Lingus after 33 years of loyal service. Grainne's career commenced in 1977 when she became the first female pilot at Aer Lingus. Her first flight was in January 1978, piloting a Boeing 737 aircraft.
Aer Lingus has launched its largest ever summer programme at Cork Airport. A total of 140 weekly departures will operate to the UK and continental Europe, an increase of 44 flights per week.
Aer Lingus has formalized its code-share agreement with United Airlines to jointly operate scheduled service between Washington Dulles and Madrid, Spain.
Poland is now closer than ever before thanks to a new route opening between London Gatwick and Warsaw airports. Irish airline Aer Lingus is behind the new venture which took off on Sunday (25 October).
As Aer Lingus celebrates its 500,000th passenger since launching at Gatwick three months ago, its Corporate Affairs Director, Enda Corneille, has hit out at the ‘staycation’ phenomenon, warning Londoners of the ill-effects of ‘Holiday Deficit Disorder’ (HDD).
Aer Lingus has confirmed a third scheduled daily flight between Shannon and London Heathrow commencing 25th October 2009.
This month Aer Lingus announced new routes from Gatwick, its first hub outside Ireland. One of these is to Vilnius.
Since launching its first international base outside of Ireland at Gatwick in April this year, Aer Lingus is set to fulfil its promise of more routes with six new destinations being added to its current schedule.
Aer Lingus was voted "The most popular graduate recruiter 2009" in the Transport & Logistics sector at the third annual gradireland Graduate Recruitment awards, which took place at the Burlington hotel, Dublin last week.
Aer Lingus is celebrating 60 years of flying between Dublin and Birmingham. On May 2nd 1949, a Douglas DC-3 aircraft with 26 seats and bearing the name "St Declan" left Dublin airport bound for Elmdon Airport, Birmingham.
Aer Lingus was voted "Best Short Haul airline" and "Best Long Haul airline" last week by the Irish Consumer Travel Awards at a star-studded gala event at the RDS in Dublin.
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