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Irish carrier Aer Lingus has today (21 October) resumed direct flights from Dublin to Miami, Florida.
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The route will initially operate twice weekly as part of the carrier’s winter schedule and will increase to three times weekly from 31 October. Fares start from £219 each way.Aer Lingus chief customer officer Susanne Carberry said restarting the service after a two-and-a-half-year absence is “further proof of our ambition to continue to grow our North American network”.
“As the only carrier to operate direct flights to Miami from Ireland, we also cater to the UK and European markets given the seamless connections we offer travellers transiting via Dublin,” she added.The recommencement of the Miami service closely follows the recent announcement of a new route to Cleveland, Ohio and the return of flights to Hartford, Connecticut, both of which will operate as part of the airline’s summer 2023 schedule.Aer Lingus operates 16 direct routes between Ireland and North America including New York, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Orlando, Washington, Seattle, and Philadelphia.