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Aer Lingus to increase flights between Glasgow and Dublin
17 April 2017
Aer Lingus has announced plans to increase the number of flights it operates between Glasgow and Dublin by introducing up to six daily flights.
From 02 June 2017 the airline will add a new sixth flight every Friday and Sunday complimented by a fourth flight operating every Saturday. The new schedule will see Aer Lingus operating a total of 35 weekly flights between Scotland's largest city and Dublin.
The new and enhanced flight schedule will provide more choice and greater flexibility for both business and leisure travellers while increasing capacity for additional passengers. The increase in capacity is in response to strong and growing customer demand for the route with 486,886 passengers travelling between Glasgow and Dublin in 2016.
Flights between Glasgow and Dublin and hugely popular with Glasgow’s large Irish population as well as tourists using the service to visit Glasgow and other major tourist draws in Western Scotland including Argyll & Bute, Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park and many of the country’s top whisky distilleries and golf courses.
Flights between Glasgow and Dublin are equally popular with Scottish based travellers.
Set beside the shores of curving Dublin Bay, Ireland’s capital city, Dublin, is a thrusting, dynamic place, which despite its size remains utterly beguiling and an essential part of any visit to the country. Alongside the city’s historic buildings – its cathedrals and churches, Georgian squares and townhouses, castles, monuments and pubs – you’ll discover grand new hotels and shopping centres, stunning new street architecture and a state-of-the-art tramway system.
The increase in flights to Dublin further cements Glasgow Airport’s position as Scotland's gateway to Ireland with direct flights to Cork, Donegal and Dublin. Glasgow Airports multi-award winning customer service, unrivalled choice of worldwide destinations and its central location with direct motorway access ensures the airport is the preferred choice for travellers from across Scotland including those in Ayrshire, Edinburgh, Stirling, Perth, Dundee, Aberdeen and beyond.
Aer Lingus compete head-to-head with Ryanair on the popular Glasgow to Dublin route.
Already Scotland's gateway to the world and the nation's fastest growing airport, Glasgow Airport has enjoyed huge success in recent times establishing itself as one of Europe's fastest growing airports with new flights taking-off to over 30 exciting destinations including Brussels, Cape Verde, Dubrovnik, Frankfurt, Jamaica, Krakow, Lisbon, Madrid, New York JFK and Valencia - offering passengers over 1 million additional seats.
Aer Lingus flights from Glasgow to Cork, Donegal and Dublin can be booked now through Air Glasgow ensuring you get the cheapest flights every time you book.