Aer Lingus Adds Extra Flights Between Dublin and London Gatwick

Aer Lingus will now run extra flights to and from Dublin to London  Gatwick Airport. This means that Aer Lingus has more flights on this particular route than any other airline, as a result of increasing its capacity for passengers on this service by 56 percent. The new winter schedule for Aer Lingus will now include 6 flights per day between Dublin and London Gatwick, an increase from the 4 flights per day last year. The first flight will leave Dublin at 6:40 a.m., two hours earlier than last year, and it will be the first departure to London Gatwick by any airline. The first flight to leave London Gatwick for Dublin will be at 6:50 a.m.

There will also be a new 5:50 p.m. departure from London Gatwick, complementing the 6:50 p.m. departure, which will provide travellers an alternative option when flying at peak times. The new 7:50 p.m. departure from Dublin will go along with the 8:50 p.m. departure and also provide an alternative for those searching for UK flight deals. In addition, there will be a 12:55 p.m. departure from London Gatwick that fills in the gap between the existing 10:50 a.m. and 2:50 p.m. flights. Aer Lingus has a grand total of 27 flights in each direction from the Republic of Ireland to London, which means it has the highest frequency of flights between Ireland and London, more so than any other airline.

The Irish Government founded Aer Lingus in April 1936. Its low-cost, low fares mode is centered on maintaining effective fleet utilization and developing the Aer Lingus brand. The airline also provides a cargo transportation service, including services to the United States and Europe, as well as mail transportation services between Ireland and the United Kingdom.


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