Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus is an Irish inspired airline which roots are deeply ingrained in their hub city of Dublin, while smaller operating bases can be found in Belfast, Cork and at Shannon Airport. The name Aer Lingus is derived from the Irish ‘long’ meaning ‘ship’ and is therefore translated as ‘Air Fleet’. Aer Lingus’ distinct green coated aircraft fleet sporting the traditional Irish Shamrock as its moniker gives you a real sense of its commitment and national pride.
With 2017 marking 81 years of operation for the airline, it’s safe to say they have much more than the luck of the Irish on their side.
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