Aer Lingus announces new routes at Dublin and Shannon

Aer Lingus has today announced additions to its schedule for summer 2014 with new routes at Dublin and Shannon airports.

New routes from Dublin to Hanover and Pula (Croatia) will start from April, joining recently announced new services to San Francisco and Toronto.

There will also be additional frequency increases across a range of destinations from Dublin including Copenhagen, Corfu, Lanzarote, Lyons, Munich and Paris.

Customers in the mid-West will enjoy ease of access to the Costa del Sol with a new twice-weekly service to Malaga from Shannon airport.

Aer Lingus will increase frequencies on transatlantic routes from Shannon to New York and Boston, almost doubling the schedule and operating year-round.

Flights from Cork to London Heathrow will increase from four to five return flights daily on weekdays.

Commenting on the launch, Aer Lingus Chief Commercial Officer, Stephen Kavanagh said: "Our 2014 summer schedule brings new destinations and increased frequencies to a great mix of city break and summer sun options.

"Travelling for business or pleasure, enjoy our great value fares, convenient schedules and award winning service. We look forward to welcoming you on-board."

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