Aer Lingus delays launch of Manchester transatlantic flights

By Lisa James
16/06/2021 1:46 pm
Home » Aer Lingus delays launch of Manchester transatlantic flights

Aer Lingus has pushed back the planned launch date for its Manchester-US routes for two months.

The carrier had planned to operate services to New York JFK and Orlando on 29 July but has now set a new start date of 30 September.

Its Manchester-Barbados service is still scheduled to start as planned 20 October.

Aer Lingus apologised and said its team is contacting customers directly to offer a full refund, rebooking for an alternative service or the option of a voucher with an additional 10%, for use across the Aer Lingus network over the next five years.

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