Airline company Air lingus Resumed his path between Dublin And WashingtonCovid-19 was suspended due to a pandemic after the resumption of flights to Boston, Chicago and New York.
From August 13, 2021, the Irish national company will offer four flights a week between its bases. Dublin And the airport Washington-Dulles, Powered by Airbus A321neo LR, can carry 16 passengers in business class and 168 passengers in economy. Departures are scheduled for Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from 2:45 pm to 5:40 pm. Return flights depart from the US Federal Capital on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 5.10pm and 5.05am the next day (average flight time 7.25).
In addition to the existing resumes to New York-JFK, Boston-Dublin and Chicago-O’Hare, Airlingas competes with United Airlines on this route during the high season (outside the Covid-19 pandemic). His other returns to the USA are scheduled for October to December, in Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, Orlando, San Francisco and Seattle.
Affiliate of Group IAG (With British Airways, Iberia, Wooling and Level) noted in a statement, “Customers who wish to reunite with friends and family can now fly directly from Dublin to Washington Dulles Airport, and vice versa Travel documents Valid. ”Customers can avail the reservation option by changing their plans Flexible “Book with confidence”, which allows them to modify their flights without making any changes until two hours before their flight.
Speaking of resuming the route, Peter O’Neill, COO at Aer Lingus, said: ” We are happy to resume service from Dublin to DC and reunite friends and family with what we do well – reconnecting Our communities and our economies. Safety is our priority at Aer Lingus. We are committed to making the flight experience as comfortable as possible, and customers can enjoy our food, beverage and entertainment services. .
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