Main Airlines Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus is the flag carrier of Ireland and it’s only long haul airline. It is part of IAG group which also owns British Airways and Iberia. It started out as a full service airline but has now adopted low cost airline practices. It is based out of Dublin airport and almost all of its flights originate and return to Dublin.

General Information

IATA code: EI 


US Reservations: +1 516 622 4222

Main hubs: Dublin airport (DUB)

Alliance: None

Frequent flyer program: AerClub (Avios)

Airline partners: Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, British Airways, Etihad Airways, Iberia, JetBlue, KLM and United Airlines.

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Aer Lingus operates their flights to more than 93 destinations in Europe and North America. Codeshare agreements with JetBlue and Alaska Airlines allow them to expand their route map in the US.

Check out Aer Lingus route map here.  


Aer Lingus operates the Airbus fleet. The airline currently has 52 aircrafts: Airbus A320-200,  Airbus A321 and Airbus A330 family. 

Check out Aer Lingus seat maps here


Economy and Premium classes are available on flights within Europe. You can fly Business class or Economy on transatlantic flights. Aer Lingus has lie-flat sleeper business seats on flights to and from North America. Economy cabin has standard service. Seats configurations - 3x3 and 2x4x2. Economy seats are 17 inches wide and 31 inches deep. Passengers in Business class will get premium check-in counters, Wi-Fi in the sky, flat bed seats and access to airport lounges. 


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