Aer Lingus’ 13th direct route to North America is Miami
Aer Lingus is now operating a flights direct to Miami from Dublin with connections from Glasgow. The flight is operated by an Airbus A330-200 series is the first ever scheduled service between Ireland and Miami
Miami marks Aer Lingus’ thirteenth direct route to North America and operates as a three times weekly service from Dublin year-round. Together with Orlando, Aer Lingus now flies daily to Florida direct from Dublin.
Growing its long haul network continues to be the key strategic focus for Aer Lingus as it expands its Dublin Airport base into a major European transatlantic gateway. The convenience of US Customs and Border Protection services at Dublin has enhanced the continued growth of Aer Lingus’ Dublin operation as a connecting gateway. Dublin Airport’s connectivity to North America has grown rapidly in recent years seeing it move from eleventh position in 2010 to fifth position in 2016 on the league table of European transatlantic airports.
Passengers from Scotland can take advantage of the new service thanks to Aer Lingus’ transatlantic connections from key UK airports. When connecting in Dublin, Aer Lingus guests can pre-clear U.S Customs and Immigration allowing them to pass through domestic channels upon landing for a smooth and swift arrival in the USA.