Aer Lingus Regional announces two new routes from Dublin

Pictured is Aer Lingus CEO Lynne Embleton with Emerald Airlines CEO Conor McCarthy, at the announcement of the commencement of Aer Lingus Regional flights (Image: Fran Veale/Julien Behal Photography)
Pictured is Aer Lingus CEO Lynne Embleton with Emerald Airlines CEO Conor McCarthy, at the announcement of the commencement of Aer Lingus Regional flights (Image: Fran Veale/Julien Behal Photography)

Emerald Airlines, operating under Aer Lingus Regional, has announced two new routes from Dublin Airport (DUB/EIDW) to the UK and Northern France.

Operating 11 flights per week, the new service from Dublin to Liverpool will begin on the 27th of April with flights departing Dublin at 11:15 (daily) and 14:30 (Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday), and returning from Liverpool at 13:15 (daily) and 15:55 (Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday).

The Dublin to Brest, Brittany service will operate twice weekly on Tuesdays and Saturdays from the 20th of May.

Announcing the new route, Claude Arphexad, Director at Brest Airport said: “We are very happy to welcome the Emerald company to Brest airport and very proud to be their first destination in France. Dublin was a highly anticipated destination; we are delighted to be able to offer it to Bretons this summer.”

Emerald Airlines took over Aer Lingus Regional operation in 2021 following the collapse of Stobart Air, although they didn’t formally commence operations until February 2022. It has a 14-strong fleet of ATR72-600 airliners.

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2 Comments

  1. Oh goody! Still waiting for our delay compensation from Emerald Airlines after SIX months.Never reply to emails. Very poor to deal with!

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