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Published on Friday, July 23, 2021

Aer Lingus welcomes Brits back to Ireland

Aer Lingus is now welcoming British customers back on board flights between the UK and Ireland, with Ireland now allowing British vaccinated travellers quarantine-free access.

Ireland is the first country in Europe where fully vaccinated British citizens can visit without the need for any Covid-19 tests into or out of the country. There will also be no requirement to self-isolate if fully vaccinated.

Aer Lingus is operating 109 weekly scheduled services between the Republic and the UK.

Flights are operating from Heathrow to Dublin, Cork and Belfast City Airport; from Manchester to Dublin and Belfast City Airport; Birmingham to Dublin and Belfast City Airport; Edinburgh to Dublin and Belfast City Airport and Glasgow to Dublin.

Peter O'Neill, Aer Lingus Chief Operations Officer, said: "We are delighted to welcome our British customers back now that travel restrictions have been relaxed. We are pleased to once again be able to do what we do best for more customers - deliver safe international travel."


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