About Aer Lingus
With a name that translates to “air fleet” in its native tongue, Aer Lingus is the national airline of Ireland. The Dublin-based fleet of 48 aircraft services 162 different destinations, both international and domestic. Around half of Aer Lingus's routes are through partners such as Jet Blue and United, which carry passengers to destinations such as New York, Chicago, and Boston. As Ireland's oldest airline, Aer Lingus has long connected the country to the United Kingdom and continental Europe, though today, flights to Africa and Asia are included in their routes.