American Airlines, launched a new flight from Dublin (DUB) to Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), The Lone Star state, connecting the two for the first time direct in 2019. Dallas is also serviced with 3 flights per day from London Heathrow (LHR) with American Airlines and Joint Business partner British Airways.
The daily summer seasonal flight from Dublin operates from May 7th through October 6th 2020.
American’s state-of-the-art Boeing 787-9 aircraft “Dreamliner” operates the route offering 3 classes of service Business class, Premium economy & Main cabin.
The flight duration is 9 hours and customers can avail of complimentary meals, drinks and in seat entertainment. Wifi is at a nominal charge. Power sockets at each seat and adjustable headrests come as standard on this new aircraft.
Dallas offers a popular stopover option for travellers en-route to Cancun or Las Vegas.
Flights from Dublin will increase from 11 times per week to double daily from July to October 2020.
Travelbiz witnessed the unveiling of Aer Lingus’ new uniform at CHQ in the IFSC on Wednesday morning, 15th January.
Offering the only direct Dublin - Dubai route, Emirates confirmed an 11% increase in passengers in 2019.
EgyptAir is to launch a new year-round direct Dublin-Cairo service this summer. Starting 5th June, it will operate 4 times per week (Tue, Thu, Sat & Sun) and will be Ireland’s first scheduled air service to Egypt.
United Airlines Online Travel Training (OTT) course is up and running and you could be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets on the new Dublin to San Francisco route.
Aer Lingus’ fifth new addition to the summer 2020 schedule is direct flights from Dublin to the Greek Island, Rhodes from 23 May until 12 September 2020, operated by an Airbus A320 aircraft twice weekly.
After celebrating its momentous centenary year in 2019, British Airways is now looking to 2020, with 20 New Year resolutions that are every bit as exciting as the achievements of 2019.
Book Canada 2020 flights between 24 Dec 2019 and 28 Feb 2020 and earn rewards for every Air Transat passenger.
United Airlines announces a new, year-round, daily non-stop service between Dublin Airport and its hub at San Francisco. The airline will operate its new route with a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner from 6th June 2020.