Aer Lingus A321LR 20 May (1)

Aer Lingus announced extension of Dublin to Bradley International route year-round due to popular demand operating three times weekly from 28 October 2023 to 4 January 2024 and 13 March to 28 March 2024, suspended in winter valley from 5 January to 12 March 2024.

The flight operated by Airbus A321LR is timed to enable onward connectivity to  28 key UK and European airports over Dublin hub.

A.A.E., Connecticut Airport Authority Executive Director Kevin A. Dillon, said “It has been great to have Aer Lingus back at Bradley International Airport. We’re thrilled that our passengers will now continue to have more opportunities to experience Aer Lingus’ exceptional service and to visit Ireland and beyond.”

Aer Lingus’ Chief Strategy and Planning Officer Reid Moody, said: “The extension of our nonstop Bradley International Airport to Dublin service reflects Aer Lingus’ commitment to our North American expansion, as we grow the number of transatlantic routes from our Dublin hub. The route is Bradley’s only direct service to Europe and continues to perform well, reflecting Aer Lingus’ ability to connect North American customers not only with Ireland, but onwards to Europe.”

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