Aer Lingus A321LR

Aer Lingus announced is to launch a new twice weekly service between Shannon Airport and Paris CDG operating from 22nd September this year and run until January 7th 2024 and recommencing for Summer 2024 from 14th March to  29th October using two class 184 seat Airbus A321neoLR aircraft.

The launch of this service is a perfect time for Rugby World Cup fans who will have easy access from Shannon to Paris for the competition and passengers will be able to connect onwards from Paris CDG to Boston and New York JFK.

Aer Lingus CEO Lynne Embleton said “We are delighted to announce the launch of the Shannon – Paris Charles de Gaulle route with Shannon Airport, and are very much looking forward to welcoming thousands of passengers from the region onboard as they travel to one of the most popular European city destinations on the Aer Lingus network.

We will be flying passengers from Shannon to Paris on our next-generation aircraft, the Airbus A321neo LR, which is one of our most sustainable aircraft in terms of fuel burn and CO2 emissions. This A321neo LR also operates our Boston and JFK services from Shannon and we have timed our schedule to offer those customers arriving from Paris the option to connect onwards to JFK through Shannon Airport.”

Shannon Airport Group CEO Mary Considine said “Aer Lingus is a valued airline partner and we worked closely with them to secure this new service to Charles de Gaulle from Shannon, further demonstrating our commitment to expanding our European route network. This new service will be a major boost for Shannon, and we know it will be an extremely popular destination for leisure and business travellers. The service will be timed to allow for passengers travelling from Paris to connect onwards from Shannon to New York JFK and Boston via Aer Lingus.”

Image Credit: Shannon Airport

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