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Aer Lingus and American Airlines Expand Codeshare Partnership

Aer Lingus and American Airlines have expanded their codeshare to include flights on either airline between Dublin and Philadelphia, as well as Dublin and Chicago.

Aer Lingus and American Airlines Further Expand Codeshare Partnership for Enhanced Connectivity Between the U.S. and Europe

On Thursday (November 2, 2023), Aer Lingus announced an expansion of their codeshare partnership with American Airlines to include flights on either airline between Dublin (DUB) and Philadelphia (PHL), as well as between Dublin and Chicago (ORD). Launched in 2022, the codeshare partnership currently allows Aer Lingus customers to book direct flights from Dublin to both Charlotte (CLT) and Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) with American Airlines. In addition to the codeshare with American Airlines, Aer Lingus is part the wider Atlantic Joint Business (AJB) partnership with American Airlines, British Airways, Iberia and Finnair.

Customers traveling with Aer Lingus can also book seamless codeshare connections with American to destinations such as Albuquerque, New Mexico, (ABQ), Nashville, Tennessee (BNA), Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW), Las Vegas (LAS), Kansas City (MCI), Portland, Oregon (PDX) San Jose, California (SJC), Tampa, Florida (TPA) and Tucson, Arizona (TUS).

Founded in 1936, Aer Lingus is the Irish Flag carrier, and operates over 100 routes from Dublin, Cork, Shannon and Knock to the UK, Europe and North America. For 2024, the carrier will operate 19 transatlantic routes from Dublin and Shannon, as well as a further three transatlantic routes from Manchester to North American and the Caribbean.

Source: Aer Lingus

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