Aer Lingus will add 3 new routes to its 2023 summer schedule from Ireland, bring the number of routes from Ireland to 53.
The new summer routes are to Kos (Greece), Olbia (Sardinia, Italy) and Brindisi (Italy) and reflects the huge resurgence in leisure travel and the increasing demand for European sun destinations, particularly the Mediterranean.
Aer Lingus is proud to offer its largest ever North American summer schedule, comprising of over 2.25 million transatlantic seats that are now on sale. This selection of flights extends across 15 routes from Ireland and two direct transatlantic connections from Manchester to JFK and Orlando. For the first time ever, Aer Lingus passengers can enjoy flights to Cleveland, as well as Hartford, Connecticut.
Aer Lingus is also ramping up its summer services to two of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe, Malaga and Faro, with increased capacity from both Cork and Dublin airports.
Additionally it is increasing flight frequency on other much-loved routes across the continent, including Alicante, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Perpignan, Izmir, Bordeaux, and Athens from Dublin. This expansion is in response to increased demand for flights to these popular destinations during peak travel season.
The Aer Lingus Summer Schedule 2023 is now available to book on aerlingus.com.
North American Routes out of Ireland – Summer 2023
Dublin - New York, JFK
Dublin – Newark (NY)
Dublin – Boston
Dublin – Chicago
Dublin - Washington D.C – increase to double daily service from single daily service in 2019
Dublin – Philadelphia
Dublin – Hartford
Dublin - Cleveland, Ohio – new route
Dublin – Orlando – increases to 5 times weekly from 4 weekly services in 2019
Dublin – Seattle – increases to daily from 5 times weekly in 2019
Dublin - Los Angeles – larger Airbus A330 aircraft operating route
Dublin - San Francisco
Dublin – Toronto
Shannon – Boston
Shannon – New York, JFK – increase of one weekly service vs. 2019