Aer Lingus to launch three new routes in Italy and Greece.

Aer Lingus to launch three new routes in Italy and Greece.
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Aer Lingus will increase the number of destinations it offers from Ireland to 53 with the addition of three more routes to its summer 2023 itinerary.

The three new routes for the summer are to Kos (Greece), Olbia (Sardinia, Italy), and Brindisi (Italy), and they are a reflection of the enormous growth in leisure travel as well as the rising demand for Mediterranean sun locations in Europe.

With over 2.25 million transatlantic seats currently available for purchase, Aer Lingus is pleased to present its most extensive North American summer schedule to date.

This list of flights includes two direct transatlantic connections from Manchester to JFK and Orlando as well as 15 destinations from Ireland. Aer Lingus customers will now have access to flights to Cleveland and Hartford, Connecticut, for the first time ever.

Additionally, Aer Lingus is expanding its summer service from both Cork and Dublin airports to two of Europe's most well-liked vacation spots, Malaga and Faro.

In addition, it is increasing the number of flights on other popular routes across the continent, such as those from Dublin to Alicante, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Perpignan, Izmir, Bordeaux, and Athens. The demand for flights to these well-known locations has surged throughout the busiest tourism season, prompting this expansion.

Summer Schedule 2023 is now available for booking on