Transatlantic services resume at Shannon Airport

After almost two years, transatlantic flights have resumed at Shannon Airport, restoring crucial connectivity to the region, and boosting the region’s economy.

Aer Lingus confirms return of transatlantic routes from Shannon

Aer Lingus has confirmed it will re-introduce flying from Shannon in March to JFK and Boston with 14 flights per week to the USA.

Shannon-Heathrow service resumes temporarily

Passengers travelling to London from Shannon Airport have an additional option starting today with the return of the Aer Lingus Heathrow service, after an 18-month absence due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Broad welcome for Aer Lingus ‘return’ to Shannon

The Mid-West Chambers – Ennis, Galway and Shannon – and the Irish Hotels Federation have welcomed the announcement that the Aer Lingus livery will return to the runways at Shannon Airport with the resumption of its London Heathrow daily service to the airport.

Shannon working to rebuild Heathrow service

Aer Lingus will resume services between Shannon and London Heathrow from September 13th but just for a 10-week period and without the popular early morning flight.

Aer Lingus refuses Labour Court talks on Shannon redundancies

Fórsa has said cabin crew are appalled at Aer Lingus management’s decision not to attend a Labour Court hearing on the closure of the airline’s Shannon base.

Stobart Air cancels all Aer Lingus Regional flights

All Aer Lingus Regional flights, operated by Stobart Air, have been cancelled with immediate effect.

Strategic shareholding needed in Aer Lingus

Clare Fianna Fáil Senator Timmy Dooley has called on the government to take a strategic shareholding in Aer Lingus to ensure and protect vital connectivity to the various regions of Ireland.

Transport ministers meet with Aer Lingus CEO

The Minister for Transport, Eamon Ryan T.D. and Minister of State, Hildegarde Naughton T.D. met with Lynne Embleton, CEO of Aer Lingus, to discuss details of the announcement made by the company yesterday.