Irish flag-carrier Aer Lingus is continuing to capitalize on its increasingly profitable transatlantic services by announcing a ninth US destination, as well as increasing capacity on existing routes. Its summer 2015 schedule will include a new 4X-weekly summer service from Dublin to Washington Dulles from May 1. It also intends to up its Dublin-San Francisco service to a daily rotation, compared to the current 5X-weekly, introduce a third daily flight  from Dublin-New York over the ...

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