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Aer Lingus start transatlantic flights out of Manchester

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Aer Lingus Airbus A330-300, © Aer Lingus

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MANCHESTER - The first Aer Lingus transatlantic service from the UK took to the skies Wednesday with the departure of the airline’s first ever non-stop direct flight from Manchester to Barbados. The IAG airline will expand its Manchester flights with new services to New York and Orlando in December.

The new EI31 service departed from Manchester Airport this week marking a major new milestone in the Irish flag-carrier’s services from the UK.

"The new flights boost business options and choice for consumers by offering a new northern hub to destinations across the Atlantic," Aer Lingus said.

From December 1 Aer Lingus will also begin operating its first ever non-stop direct flights from Manchester to New York’s JFK airport. A service to Orlando will start December 11.

"Thanks to the new service, travellers in the North can now enjoy two weekly flights to Barbados from Manchester with Aer Lingus every Wednesday and Saturday until the end of April, as well as an additional weekly flight each Friday from 30 October," Aer Lingus said.
© aero.uk | Image: Aer Lingus | 22/10/2021 12:39

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