Ireland based low-cost carrier Aer Lingus Regional (operating as Aer Arann) will increase the frequency of its flights between Cardiff (Wales) and Dublin (Ireland) from July 1 with the adoption of its summer schedule.
The airline currently operates 14 flights per week between the two destinations. This will be increased to 17 a week with the new schedule – the additional flights will be added on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.
The airline’s Dublin-Cardiff flights offer a good option for US travelers traveling to Cardiff as there are no direct US flights from the city.
US bound passengers also benefit from time-saving pre-clearance through US Customs and Immigrations with the clearance facilities at Dublin airport – the only such facility in continental Europe. Pre-clearance allows travelers to arrive in the US as domestic passengers and bypass the lengthy lines in US airports.