Aer Lingus has introduced plans to renew flights between Dublin and Miami later this 12 months.
The Irish flag service final served the Floridian metropolis in March 2020, when the route was suspended because of the onset of Covid-19.
Twice-weekly flights (Friday and Sunday) will resume on October 21, 2022, rising to thrice-weekly (with an additional flight on Wednesday) from October 29.
Aer Lingus stated that the elimination of testing necessities for totally vaccinated arrivals into the UK was welcome information for purchasers, and referred to “pent-up demand for transatlantic journey”.
Fares begin from £229 every manner (based mostly on a return journey) in financial system, and £1,999 return in enterprise class, and connections are doable from UK airports together with Heathrow, Gatwick, Birmingham, Manchester, Bristol, Leeds Bradford, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Miami would be the second metropolis in Florida to see the return of Aer Lingus companies, following Orlando in November 2021.
Commenting on the information Invoice Byrne, government vice-president US at Aer Lingus, stated:
“We’re delighted to be constructing again our US connectivity this 12 months and there’s little doubt that journey is again for 2022. We’re so completely satisfied to be flying to the US once more, and this week we’re delighted to be persevering with to attach households, buddies and companies to Florida.”
Enterprise Traveller lately travellers on Aer Lingus’ inaugural flights between Manchester and New York – to learn this evaluation see: