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New Seattle to Dublin route further displays accessibility to Ireland for North American Golfers
Following the last month’s announcement of a new route between Dublin and Philadelphia and its recently launched a service between Dublin and Miami, Aer Lingus have today confirmed a direct from Seattle to Dublin to commence next year. This new route will be Aer Lingus 15th North American destination, a list which has also recently added Los Angeles, Newark and Hartford.
The airline have said that the new Seattle route will add 50,000 additional seats to its transatlantic programme for next summer, with its total 2018 transatlantic capacity now reaching more than 2.75 million seats. Beginning on May 18th 2018, flights will operate four times weekly to Seattle Tacoma airport on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays..
— Aer Lingus (@AerLingus) November 17, 2017
The three major US carriers, Delta, United and American Airlines, have all increased their routes and capacity for Ireland this year. Next summer, Delta will operate daily flights from Dublin to New York, Atlanta and Chicago and a daily service to New York from Shannon.
American Airlines will also offer four daily services from Ireland, to Philadelphia, Charlotte North Carolina, Chicago and New York. United Airlines will operate daily from Dublin to Newark New York and Washington and from Shannon to Newark New York.
The past number of years have also seen a raise in the services to Canada with 6 different companies now providing flights to both Shannon and Dublin from Canadian Airports including Toronto, Montreal & Calgary. Air Canada, Airtransat and Aer Lingus are among the companies offer these flights.
Accessibility to Ireland and the South West is continually improving which good news for golfers all over North America.