Aer Lingus to Offer New Non-Stop Service Linking Dublin with the Twin Cities

By Anna Breuer on 12 September 2018
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Aer Lingus check-in counter

Aer Lingus check-in counter

Aer Lingus announced plans to offer daily non-stop service between Dublin, Ireland, and Minneapolis-St. Paul.

The inaugural flight will take place on July 8, 2019.

“There is significant demand among Minnesota’s business community for direct air service to Ireland,” said Brian Ryks, executive director of the Metropolitan Airports Commission for the Twin Cities.

Dublin is the capital of Ireland and that country’s largest city. It’s located at the mouth of the River Liffey and is bordered on the south by the Wicklow Mountains.

The Dublin-based carrier will operate the flight using Boeing 757 aircraft. The business-class cabin has 12 fully lie-flat seats in an alternating 1-1 2-2 configuration. Each seat is 22” in width extends to become a 78” bed.

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