Irish low-cost carrier Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Aer Arann, will move its operations to Terminal 2 of Dublin Airport from May 1. Terminal 2 is also used by Aer Lingus mainline flights including transatlantic flights to the US.
The move will benefit Aer Lingus transatlantic passengers who wish to connect with the airline’s regional flights and vice versa. Aer Lingus Regional flies to destinations including London’s Southend, Edinburgh, Birmingham and Manchester from Dublin.
Other airlines operating from the terminal include Delta, United, US Airways, American Airlines, Emirates and Etihad.
US-bound travelers connecting through Dublin benefit from the US immigration pre-clearance at Dublin Airport, which allows them to be treated as domestic travelers upon arrival at their US destination airports.