Aer Lingus resumes flights to San Francisco Aviation News

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Article published by David Dagoret on February 27, 2022

From February 25, the Irish company resumed flights to San Francisco.

Air Lingus has announced the resumption of Trans Atlantic flights from Dublin to San Francisco from Friday, February 25th. San Francisco is accessible four times a week from the CDG in Paris and Bordeaux Marignac and daily via Dublin from March 26th.

Airlingas is gradually resuming 14 direct routes between North America and France via Ireland, including New York, Miami, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Orlando, Washington, Seattle and Philadelphia.

It is the only carrier that offers direct flights between Ireland and the west coast of the United States, with flights to San Francisco from February 25, daily flights to Los Angeles from May 12, and flights to Seattle resuming 5 times a week. On May 26th. Flights from Shannon to the United States begin on March 10, with 14 weekly flights to New York and Boston.

Said Bill Byrne, Executive Vice President of Air Lingus USA. “We’re excited to be re-launching the Dublin-San Francisco route, reuniting friends, families and businesses once again, reuniting our communities and our economies. The trip is no doubt back this year, and we’re fully preparing for the restart.”


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