Aer Lingus announces new flights from Dublin Airport to Cleveland, USA

Aer Lingus has announced a new transatlantic route for summer 2023 – the first service to Cleveland, Ohio direct from Dublin Airport.

The route will be operated four times a week from May 19 with a new Airbus A321neo LR aircraft.

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Following the pandemic hiatus, Aer Lingus has re-established its route network and the new service will be the 15th transatlantic route from Ireland.

It also operates three long-haul routes from Manchester – to Barbados, New York JFK and Orlando.

The new route will be the only direct European flight from Cleveland, the airline says – and will help expand its transatlantic hub at Dublin Airport.

In addition to passengers flying to and from Ireland, travelers can transfer to European cities via Dublin and use US preclearance facilities.

“The start of a new route, accompanied by further network connectivity, is an exciting milestone for the airline at a critical time of recovery for our business,” said Reid Moody, Aer Lingus Chief Strategy & Planning Officer.

Cleveland is the largest city on Lake Erie and one of the largest cities in the Great Lakes region. It is famous for its parklands, the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

“Our team has worked for years to bring this route to Cleveland for our community,” said interim airport director Dennis Kramer.

The Cleveland announcement follows the recent delivery of Aer Lingus’ first Airbus A320neo (registration EI-NSA, christened Saint Thomas), which entered service today as flight EI152 from Dublin to London Heathrow.

It is the first of two new Airbus A320neo aircraft that Aer Lingus has leased from CDB Aviation and the second aircraft will also join the fleet this week.

The aircraft will be part of Aer Lingus’ short-haul fleet, which operates primarily on London Heathrow routes.

The Airbus A321neo LR on the Cleveland route will have both business and economy class cabins and will emit up to 20 percent less CO2 and 50 percent less noise compared to previous-generation aircraft, the airline said. Aer Lingus announces new flights from Dublin Airport to Cleveland, USA

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