Ireland-based low cost carrier Aer Lingus Regional (operated by Aer Arann) has added two major UK air travel hubs – Manchester and Birmingham – to its network. The airline has also increased daily flights frequencies to four of its major existing destinations – Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
With the addition of the two cities, Aer Lingus Regional now provides multiple daily flights to all major cities in the UK from its Dublin primary base.
US-bound Aer Lingus Regional passengers traveling from the UK and connecting through the Dublin airport also benefit from security and customs pre-clearance at Dublin for their onward journey to the US.
Aer Lingus Regional operates nearly 550 flights per week to 24 destinations in the UK.