Aer Lingus to launch new transatlantic service

By Marco Marcelline
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Irish carrier Aer Lingus is launching flights to Cleveland, Ohio next summer.

Due to start on 19 May 2023, the service from Dublin will operate four times weekly. It will be the airline’s 15th transatlantic route from Ireland and the only direct European service to Cleveland. 

UK customers will be able to connect to the service via Dublin from nine UK airports – Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Bristol, Southampton, and Leeds Bradford.

Reid Moody, Aer Lingus Chief Strategy & Planning Officer, said: “This is a significant announcement for Aer Lingus as we deliver on our ambition to grow our transatlantic network.

“The commencement of a new route, accompanied with further network connectivity, is an exciting milestone for the airline during a critical time of recovery for our business.

“The new service to Cleveland not only provides a direct connection to Ireland but connections to over 20 popular European destinations via our Dublin hub.”

Dennis Kramer, Cleveland Hopkins Airport Interim Airport Director, said: “We are truly excited for the opportunity to have nonstop service for travellers to connect to Ireland and the many other European destinations. Our team has worked for years to bring this route to Cleveland for our community.”

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