Dublin Airport's Newest Direct And High-Demand Route Will Finally Launch On Friday

It will fly from the capital four times a week.

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Okay, so we're booking this whole summer off and just flying to Aer Lingus' newest route and staying there.

The home of grunge or better known as the 'Emerald City'.

Got it yet?

Aer Lingus will finally launch their direct flight route from Dublin to Seattle on Friday May 18th. 

It is the airline's 12th route from Dublin Airport to North America.

They will be running four flights a week and speaking at the launch back in November, Stephen Kavanagh, CEO said: 

"We are delighted to announce Seattle as our latest transatlantic route for summer 2018. We believe this service will offer great value choices to our guests and further enhance Ireland’s trade and business links with the U.S."

The new route will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays each week.

Aircargo News states that the company is "gearing up" for the inaugural launch and that the aircraft will offer up to 16 tonnes of payload capacity.

"IAG said that it anticipates loads including aerospace, high-tech, pharma and seasonal perishable commodities being carried on the flights."

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