American Airlines and Air Lingus have signed a new code-share agreement on routes between the United States and Ireland. The US carrier will place its code on Air Lingus flights between London Heathrow and Dublin; Passengers can book codeshare flights from Dublin to Amsterdam, Birmingham, London Gatwick and Manchester on Airling. And from Heathrow to Belfast City, Cork and Shannon.
“Through our joint Atlantic trade, customers have more choices to reach major destinations in Europe and now Ireland,” he said. Anmol Bhargava, Vice President of the American Allies.
Additionally, customers traveling on Aer Lingus can book codershare flights on American Airlines flights from Chicago O’Hare to Albuquerque, Nashville, Dallas-Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Seattle, San Francisco, San Jose and Tucson.
“After a limited journey of about two years, we know that in 2022 and beyond, the demand for vacations, business trips and Vfr will be stronger than ever,” he said. Reed Moody, Chief Strategy and Planning Officer, Air Lingas -. Through the codeshare agreement with American Airlines, we are pleased that Airlingas customers will be able to take advantage of more connectivity options and seamless travel between the US and Europe. Dublin Hub, And benefit from pre-clearance US Customs & Border Protection. The Irish government’s decision last week to remove the Kovid-19 pre-departure test requirements for travelers who have taken the dual vaccination is even more welcome news for those planning to travel.
Further expansion of Codeshire is planned in the near future.
Air Lingus made its Atlantic joint business debut last year between American, British Airways, Iberia and Finner.
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