Aer Lingus is to relaunch its Dublin – Copenhagen route on 28th October 2012 with a daily return service. Flight EI626 will depart Dublin on six days a week at 16.30, arriving Copenhagen at 19.40 (with EI627 returning at 20.20), while on Saturdays flight EI624 will depart Dublin at 07.20, arriving Copenhagen at 10.30 (with EI625 returning at 11.10).
Flights are now on sale and group bookings for up to 25 persons can also be made online, with names not required until 10 days pre-departure.
Also in the Aer Lingus winter schedule, the new summer routes of Dublin – Stockholm, Dublin – Verona and Cork – Brussels will continue throughout the winter (with four, three and four flights weekly respectively), and there are new winter routes from Dublin to Bordeaux (two weekly) and Venice (three weekly).
There will be two additional flights per week from Dublin to Berlin and Brussels, and one additional flight per week from Dublin to Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Lanzarote, Tenerife and Vienna, and from Cork to Amsterdam.
Declan Kearney, Director of Communications, said: “This announcement supports Aer Lingus’s strategy to provide greater access and choice for Irish customers with over 1,100 flights a week to and from Ireland. In addition, our continued focus is to support the growth of inbound business and tourism links. We look forward to welcoming customers on board our new services and to continue in our mission of connecting Ireland with the world, by offering the most flights and the best product in the Irish market.”