Aer Lingus announces new Paris service from Shannon Airport

Aer Lingus has announced a new Paris service for Shannon Airport to the hub of Charles de Gaulle.

The service will fly twice weekly* between the County Clare Airport and the City of Lights.

A new Paris service with Aer Lingus has been announced for Shannon Airport to the world-renowned international hub of Charles de Gaulle. Pictured left to right are Declan Power, Head of Aviation and Mary Considine CEO Shannon Airport Group with Aer Lingus crew Michelle Murray and Elaine Smith. Photograph by Eamon Ward

The new service will kick off from September 22, 2023 and run until January 7, 2024 before taking a short break and recommencing on March 14 to October 29, 2024.

Passengers will fly on an Airbus A321neo LR.

The A321neo LR also operates Aer Lingus’ transatlantic services from Shannon direct to both New York JFK and Boston.