Aer Lingus, Ireland’s Airline is proud to announce new direct service to Dublin, Ireland from Montreal in summer 2019. Starting on August 8, 2019 Aer Lingus will fly from Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport with daily direct service to Dublin, and a four times weekly service in the winter. The service features connecting service to 35 destinations across Britain and Europe including Edinburgh, London, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, and Barcelona, as well as connections to six French cities including Paris, Lyon, Toulouse, Nice, Nantes, and Bordeaux. Flights will operate via an Airbus A321 neo long-range aircraft.
Stephen Kavanagh, Aer Lingus CEO said:
“Today we are pleased to announce two new transatlantic routes from our Dublin Hub with daily direct service to Montreal and Minneapolis-St Paul commencing in summer 2019. These destinations each have a rich heritage, vibrant culture and much to offer visitors travelling for business or leisure.
Aer Lingus continues to deliver on its ambition to be the leading value carrier across the North Atlantic, adding new routes and travel options between Ireland, Europe, the USA and Canada, bringing increased connectivity, growing Irish employment and supporting international trade and economic growth.”
Philippe Rainville, President and CEO of Aéroports de Montréal added:
“We are tremendously proud to welcome Aer Lingus, the 37th airline to join the great Montréal-Trudeau family. The arrival of the Irish carrier on the Montréal-Dublin route starting in August 2019 will enhance the annual air service to a very popular destination for both our communities, at a competitive price. I’m sure travellers will appreciate this year-long direct connection and am confident this new collaboration will be a successful one.”
For more information on Aer Lingus’ new direct service from Montreal, visit www.aerlingus.ca.