Aer Lingus discounts business class seats on flights from the US

Aer Lingus is offering US-based passengers who have booked economy flights the option to upgrade to business class at low prices, in a bid to counter flagging demand for flights from the US to Ireland.

14th June, 2008

Aer Lingus is offering US-based passengers who have booked economy flights the option to upgrade to business class at low prices, in a bid to counter flagging demand for flights from the US to Ireland.

The airline has phoned people who have booked transatlantic flights this summer to offer them upgrades for as little as €350, on top of what they have paid for an economy seat.

Business class seats on Aer Lingus transatlantic services...

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