Aer Lingus adds the Cork – Dubrovnik route for the summer, cleared by IAG to add more trans-Atlantic flights

Aer Lingus’ inaugural flight EI804 from Cork to Dubrovnik, took off on an Airbus A320 on May 4. This new service to the Croatian city famed by popular television series Game of Thrones will take to the skies each Tuesday and Saturday during the summer months.

Dubrovnik is the airline’s second new summer sun route direct from Cork, with Nice having just launched in April. It is the final instalment in Aer Lingus’ summer 2019 schedule which sees over 1 million seats available from Cork to European hotspots. This marks a 4% year-on-year increase in capacity on Aer Lingus flights from Cork Airport and reflects the airline’s commitment to expanding the Rebel County’s route network. Aer Lingus is the largest airline servicing Cork Airport both in frequency of flights and seat capacity and currently connects Cork Airport to 23 destinations across the year.

In other news, according to the Independent, Aer Lingus has been approved by owner IAG to expand its North Atlantic operations.

The Irish carrier has been given the OK to order new aircraft and will expand operations from Ireland to the United States and Canada, including adding new routes.

Aer Lingus already has eight Airbus A321LR aircraft on order.

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