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Aer Lingus Postpones its Montréal-Dublin Service Launch

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Aer Lingus announced its decision to postpone the launch of its service to Dublin until the summer of 2020 due to aircraft delivery delays.

Aer Lingus had expected to offer a daily flight between Montréal and Dublin starting on August 8, 2019. The carrier said there will be a temporary reduction in frequency on four transatlantic routes (DUB-PHL, DUB-MSP, DUB-BDL, SNN–JFK) during July.

The Irish carrier has indicated that passengers who have already purchased their ticket for the 2019 summer season will be accommodated on alternative flights to reach their destination. Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) invites you to contact Aer Lingus customer service at (800) 474-7424. Aéroports de Montréal regrets the inconvenience this decision may cause passengers.

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