Improved timings on Aer Lingus Regional flights
Published: 01 February 2012
Aer Arann Announces Improved Timings In Aer Lingus Regional Cardiff Summer Schedule
Aer Arann today announced details of its Aer Lingus Regional summer 2012 flight schedule which sees the popular Aer Lingus Regional Cardiff-Dublin service continuing to operate 13 flights per week but passengers will benefit from improved timings and connections from Dublin to the United States.
The Aer Lingus Regional Cardiff-Dublin service operates twice daily; except for a once daily flight on Saturdays. There is a morning service from Cardiff at 11:45 and an evening departure at 20:45 with return services from Dublin operate in the morning at 10:10 and an in the evening at 19:10. Flights start from £31.99 one way including taxes and are available for booking on www.aerlingus.com.
Commenting on the 2012 summer schedule, Aer Arann’s Director of Corporate Affairs Andrew Kelly said, “Aer Arann is committed to providing its customers with easy, convenient regional connectivity and great value for money. The introduction of these new services and increased frequencies will bring a welcome boost to tourism in each region and will significantly benefit business travel. We look forward to welcoming our passengers on board all of our Aer Lingus Regional services this summer.”
Spencer Birns, Cardiff Airport’s Head of Commercial Operations and Air Services Development added: “Aer Arann’s operation from Cardiff provides an excellent service for Welsh travellers and we welcome the announcement that its Summer 2012 schedule will offer greater convenience for passengers travelling to Dublin and onwards to the USA.
“The revised timings will now allow travellers to do a day’s business in Dublin or Cardiff, and the onward connections and ease associated with clearing immigration in Dublin will appeal to business and leisure travellers, giving the market another way of reaching the states from their local airport. We encourage passengers to take advantage of the potential time and cost savings of travelling from Cardiff to Ireland and the USA.”
Welcoming today’s announcement Declan Kearney, Aer Lingus Director of Communications, said, “We are delighted to see the Aer Lingus Regional services go from strength to strength and we wish Aer Arann continued success with the operation of its new and existing services for summer 2012.”