Aer Lingus will resume direct Dublin-Miami flights from 21 October

Aer Lingus will return to connect Dublin directly to Miami from 21 October 2022: two frequencies initially planned which will then rise to three from 28 October. Tickets are already on sale.

The Irish carrier operates connections to Miami from 8 UK airports: London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Birmingham, Manchester, Bristol, Leeds Bradford, Edinburgh and Glasgow via Dublin, where customers can connect to the transatlantic route, pre-clearing customs and US immigration to Dublin.

Miami is the last of Aer Lingus’ transatlantic routes to resume, following the resumption of service from Dublin to Orlando in November 2021.

Aer Lingus operates 14 direct routes between Ireland and North America, including New York, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Orlando, Washington, Seattle and Philadelphia. Daily flights to San Francisco will resume on February 25, while daily flights to Los Angeles will begin on May 12; service for Seattle will return five times a week on May 26.

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