Aer Lingus Resumes Flights to Miami
On Friday Oct. 21, Aer Lingus resumed its non-stop services between Dublin (DUB) and Miami (MIA) with two weekly flights. The airline’s last operation on this route was on March 27, 2020, operated on an Airbus A330-200.
This will be the airline’s second destination in the state of Florida, complementing its operations from Orlando (MCO) to the Irish capital and Manchester (MAN).
According to data obtained by Aviacionline through Ireland’s Central Statistics Office (CSO) 56,937 passengers were mobilized in 2019 between Dublin (DUB) and Miami (MIA). The Irish airline will have an offer of 1,878 seats per week on this route for this northern winter season, this represents a 20% increase in capacity compared to 2019 levels.
«As the only airline operating direct flights to Miami from Ireland, we are also able to serve the UK and European market thanks to the seamless connections we offer to travelers transiting through Dublin,» said Susanne Carberry, Aer Lingus Chief Customer Officer.
«Restarting our Miami service is further evidence of our ambition to continue to grow our network in North America,» Carberry added.
- Dublin – Miami Flight EI 141 DUB 15:40 – MIA 19:55 Friday and Sunday.
- Miami – Dublin Flight EI 142 MIA 22:00 – DUB 11:15+1 Friday and Sunday.
From November 2 the company adds an additional service on Wednesday increasing its operation to three weekly flights. This route will be seasonal and will be available from October 21, 2022, to March 24, 2023.
Flights will be operated on Airbus A330-300 aircraft with a capacity of 313 seats in two classes (30 Business Class/283 Economy) and promotional fares are available from EUR 159 each way.
The resumption of service between Dublin (DUB) and Miami (MIA) is part of the growth of the carrier’s transatlantic network, complementing the launches of the new route to Cleveland (CLE) and the return of Hartford (BDL) for the 2023 summer season schedule.
Aer Lingus offers routes between Ireland and the United States to New York (JFK), Newark (EWR), Philadelphia (PHL), Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Orlando (MCO), Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA) and now to Miami (MIA).
The article was written by Rainer Nieves Dolante