Aer Lingus Regional, the Aer Arann operated regional subsidiary of Irish airline Aer Lingus, is increasing its capacity in its winter schedule by adding over 50 extra flights per week as well as a new route.
The new flights are being added on the airline’s routes between Dublin and Aberdeen, Bristol, Cardiff and Glasgow, with another eight weekly flights added from Cork to Birmingham and Manchester.
Additionally, Aer Lingus Regional is launching two daily return flights between Dublin and Newcastle with the first flight on the route scheduled to operate this weekend.
In the new winter schedule, Aer Arann is also introducing new aircraft with greater passenger capacity for its three daily return flights between Dublin and London Southend Airport. This will increase the capacity on the route by about 15 percent or about 100,000 seats during the season.