Aer Lingus Regional to operate new route from Dublin to Robin Hood Airport

Aer Lingus Regional to operate new route from Dublin to Robin Hood Airport
Aer Lingus Regional to operate new route from Dublin to Robin Hood Airport
Pictured: Steve Gill, managing director, Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield Airport and with Ciara O’Connor, senior cabin crew, Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus Regional is to run a new service between Dublin Airport and Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield from 29 May.

The airline, which is operated by Stobart Air, will now serve 14 UK destinations from Ireland.

The new route will operate five times a week.

“Along with direct traffic to Dublin, we will also target the transatlantic market from Doncaster,” said Peter O’Mara, business development director, Stobart Air. “Passengers can travel to Dublin and seamlessly connect to Aer Lingus’ mainline services to the US and Canada. This will save hours of travel time and queueing in US airports by availing of US Customs and border preclearance facilities in Dublin Airport prior to boarding.

“We look forward to working with Dublin Airport and Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield in launching and developing this route for our customers from the 29 May.”