, 2022-12-13 10:22:48,
- Kos (Greece), Olbia (Sardinia, Italy) and Brindisi (Italy) revealed as part of Aer Lingus’ Summer 2023 programme
- Aer Lingus increases seats to Euro-Leisure destinations by 18% vs. last year reflecting consumer demand for sun
- Biggest ever transatlantic schedule with 2.25 million seats to North America and 20% more seats from Ireland vs. 2019
- Travel trends predict demand for sun destinations, solo travel and desire for cultural experiences in 2023
Aer Lingus today unveiled a bumper 2023 summer schedule which will see it fly to 53 European destinations from Ireland, including three new exciting summer routes to Kos (Greece), Olbia (Sardinia, Italy) and Brindisi (Italy).
Aer Lingus also has over 2.25 million transatlantic seats on sale, making it the airline’s largest-ever North American summer schedule to date. Next summer the airline will operate 15 routes from Ireland, including Cleveland for the first time and the return of Hartford, Connecticut. It will also operate two* direct transatlantic routes from Manchester to JFK and Orlando.
The summer 2023 schedule reflects the huge resurgence in leisure travel and the increasing demand for European sun destinations, particularly the Mediterranean. Aer Lingus is increasing its peak summer capacity to Malaga and Faro from both Cork and Dublin. It is also increasing capacity on other popular European routes including, Alicante, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Perpignan, Izmir, Bordeaux, and Athens…
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