Bradley International strengthen commitment
5th October 2018 - 2:20pm
Aer Lingus service at Bradley International Airport will continue for at least four more years.
Under a new agreement made with the state of Connecticut, the airline has committed to continue its transatlantic service at the airport through September 2022.
Additionally, Aer Lingus has committed to placing one of its first four A321neoLR aircraft on the Bradley to Dublin route. The new aircraft will provide added comfort and efficiency.
Bradley International Airport (Hartford, Connecticut) welcomes Aer Lingus’ announcement to fly Dublin/Hartford for another four years.
Commenting on the announcement, Kevin A. Dillon A.A.E. (Executive Director Connecticut Airport Authority and Bradley International Airport) said, "This is great news for Bradley, Hartford and Connecticut. Four years is a strong commitment. It allows all involved to plan long-term and further develop the success of the last two years. The route has already proven to be a great addition for tourism and trade, both from Ireland and Connecticut. We look forward to working with Aer Lingus, as well as the trade in Ireland and the UK."
Stephen Kavanagh (Aer Lingus CEO) said, “At Aer Lingus our mission is to be the leading value network carrier on the North Atlantic, and our support for, and commitment to, routes such as Bradley to Dublin is a vital part of our ensuring we realize our mission.”
Aer Lingus began service at Bradley in September 2016, providing a direct route between Hartford and Dublin. The flight provides easy access to multiple points in Connecticut and New England.
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