Aer Lingus Regional adds to UK–Shannon services

Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Aer Arann, is to boost its services from Shannon Airport next summer with the introduction of a new daily Bristol service, an increase in frequency to three daily services on its Manchester route and doubling of its existing daily Birmingham flight in a projected 100,000 passenger increase at the West of Ireland airport.
The Shannon commitment not only gives greater access for the three UK airports to Ireland’s most popular tourism region, the West of Ireland, but also creates an extra option for transatlantic services by virtue of Shannon’s full US preclearance services.
Speaking at the announcement of the new Aer Lingus Regional services, Shannon Airport’s managing director Neil Pakey, remarked, “The extra services will enable passengers to link-up with the range of transatlantic services at Shannon Airport, which has five US destinations this year, to Boston, Chicago, New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia.”

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