United has expanded its codesharing agreement with Ireland based low-cost carrier Aer Lingus. The expansion will allow Aer Lingus to codeshare on United’s non-stop flights between Dublin (Ireland) and Washington D.C. (Dulles International Airport) and on seasonal, non-stop flights between Shannon (Ireland) and Chicago’s O’Hare.
Aer Lingus already codeshares on United’s flights to 51 north destinations in Canada while United codeshares on Aer Lingus flights from Dublin, Cork, Belfast and Shannon in Ireland to London’s Heathrow Airport.
The two airlines have also signed a lounge sharing agreement, effective from April 1, giving Aer Lingus business class customers access to 21 United Club lounges in the US and United BusinessFirst passengers access to the Aer Lingus Gold Circle lounge at Dublin Airport.
United’s Shannon-Chicago flights will be operate from June 7 to August 27.
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United Airlines and Aer Lingus expand codeshare agreement