Irish airline Aer Lingus has launched a new each-day service from Dublin to Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey.
The new year-round route marks the newest addition to the provider’s fast-growing transatlantic community.
Only 40 minutes from downtown Manhattan, Newark represents one other nice choice for these eager to go to the Big Apple, complementing Aer Lingus’ current double-daily companies to New York JFK through Dublin and six-times weekly flights through Shannon.
Guests from a spread of UK departure factors together with Manchester, Newcastle and Edinburgh have already taken benefit of the new route thanks to Aer Lingus’ straightforward transatlantic connections from 19 key UK airports.
When connecting in Dublin, Aer Lingus visitors from the UK can pre-clear US Customs and Immigration permitting them to go by means of home channels upon touchdown for a clean and swift arrival within the USA.
Newark is the second of three new transatlantic routes to start this summer time, marking the only largest growth of Aer Lingus’ transatlantic community in its historical past.
A direct new service to Los Angeles started in May and in late September a new four-times weekly service will launch from Dublin to Hartford, Connecticut.
Declan Kearney, director of communications, Aer Lingus, mentioned: “We are delighted to commence our new direct service from Dublin to Newark, New Jersey, offering our guests from the UK even more options when visiting the Big Apple with Aer Lingus. With Hartford to follow in just a few weeks’ time, we will be operating 28 daily services across the Atlantic by the end of this month.”