Philadelphia Here We Come – Aer Lingus to Fly Direct From Dublin to Philly Next Year

Philadelphia here we come! Aer Lingus has announced a new direct route from Dublin to Philadelphia, with flights taking off in March 2018.

The new route will operate four times weekly from March 25th 2018, with fares starting at €199 one-way when booked as part of a return trip.

Unveiled as part of the new transatlantic schedule for 2018, Aer Lingus is also adding twice daily services to San Francisco and Los Angeles, as well as twice daily services to Chicago.

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The 2018 schedule is Aer Lingus’ largest ever and will include 177,000 additional seats. Speaking about the new schedule, Aer Lingus’ Chief Operating Officer, Mike Rutter, said: “We are delighted to announce Philadelphia as our new route for summer 2018.

“We are proud to continue to deliver on our promise to grow our transatlantic network and further strengthen Dublin Airport as a leading gateway to North America.”

He added: “The introduction of Philadelphia comes on the back of the four new routes announced in the last two years, namely Los Angeles, Newark, Hartford and Miami.

“Each new Aer Lingus transatlantic route opens up new tourism and business opportunities and builds connectively to the Dublin Gateway.”

For more information, visit aerlingus.com.

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