Aer Lingus will increase seat capacity by 20% on its Leeds Bradford Airport to Dublin service beginning 28 October 2019. The increase will see up to three daily flights on Monday, Friday and Sunday.
Additional seat capacity will help UK and Irish business customers in particular, who require choice and flexibility of flight times, facilitating onward connections to the US via Aer Lingus transatlantic services. The increase will also benefit US customers and with Border Protection preclearance at Dublin Airport you can save time and avoid any delays in the US on arrival.
Connections to the American East Coast are now even easier with more flexible flights time and Aer Lingus routes onwards to New York, Washington or even Toronto.
Stobart Air will operate ATR 72-600 aircraft to service the flights between Leeds and Dublin. This additional capacity totals to an additional 1,700 seats monthly.