Irish airline Aer Lingus outlined a number of new changes coming to the airline in 2019.
IAG - which owns Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia, Vueling and Level - is looking to make a takeover deal with the Scandinavian airline within a year. The low-cost airline had an incredible July, carrying a record 3.8 million people.
Aer Lingus is considering adding new transatlantic destinations next year with three possible North American destinations on the shortlist.
Aer Lingus now ranks 36th worldwide on Skytrax's top 40 airlines list.
From the Emerald Isle to the Emerald City from $305 each way, with flights taking off four times per week from May 2018.
Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, San Diego, Seattle, and Detroit are all under consideration by Aer Lingus.
Irish airline’s Dublin Summer Schedule largest ever long-haul program with 177,000 additional seats across the Atlantic.
The Irish airline has introduced a Saver Fare, allowing passengers to pick and choose further options to reduce overall fare costs.
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