Aer Lingus commits to Bradley International Airport for at least 4 more years


Connecticut and Ireland will continue to share a direct link through the air.

On Thursday, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy announced that Aer Lingus service at Bradley International Airport will continue for at least the next four years.

The new agreement with the state will run through September 2022.

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Aer Lingus will also place one of its first four A321neoLR aircrafts on the Bradley to Dublin route.

“…The addition of Aer Lingus at Bradley has strengthened our economic development efforts, and its success in the Hartford region and ability to provide a direct connection to Europe is having an impact,” Gov. Malloy stated.

Aer Lingus began operating at Bradley in September 2016.

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