Ireland based Aer Lingus has announced its new winter schedule with 2 new routes and increased frequency for 12 flights including its flights to Boston.
The airline will offer four additional flights per week between Dublin and Boston in the winter in addition to its once-daily flights, bringing the total number of flights to 11 per week.
It will also operate year-round daily flights between Shannon and Boston beginning in January.
The new routes in Aer Lingus’ winter schedule are Dublin to Toulousewill (France) and Shannon to Lanzarote (Spain).
Flight frequencies are being increased on 12 routes including the routes linking Dublin to Lisbon, Malaga, Lyon, Paris, Geneva and Hamburg.
Aer Lingus Regional is also launching two daily return flights from Dublin to Newcastle on October 24.