Irish airline Aer Lingus will increase its flight frequency between North America and Ireland to 10 per day from March 2014 with the launch of new flights to San Francisco and Toronto. Additionally, the airline will increase flight frequencies on its existing routes.
The airline plans to offer year-round direct flights between Dublin and San Francisco and between between Dublin and Toronto. The Dublin-San Francisco flights will operate 5 times a week using Airbus A330 aircraft.
The Dublin-Toronto direct year-round flights will have a flight frequency of up to 4 per week during the winter.
Aer Lingus also plans to increase flight-frequencies from Boston and New York.
Aer Lingus currently operates flights between Ireland and the US cities of Boston, Chicago, New York and Orlando.