For the First Time in Two Years, Aer Lingus Flies From Shannon To The United States
The service was halted in March 2020, due to pandemic outbreak.
- Flight EL135 took off from Shannon at 13:37 on March 10th, arriving in Boston at 20:10, 6.5 hours later.
- Flight EI111 departed for New York at 12:55 a.m., arriving at 15:00 a.m., rolling out a new daily service.
- Aer Lingus passengers flying over the Atlantic Ocean will receive complimentary food and beverages, as well as hours of in-flight entertainment and cabin WiFi, according to Moriarty.
Aer Lingus resumed direct flights from Shannon Airport to Boston Logan International and New York JFK this week, after two years of suspended service due to pandemic. This effort represented the resumption of connectivity from the Irish city to the United States’ Northeast after a two-year hiatus.
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