IDA welcomes Aer Lingus Dublin-San Francisco service

UPDATE: Chief executive Christoph Mueller said transatlantic capacity would increase by 24 per cent in 2014, following on from the 13 per cent additional capacity in 2013.

3rd July, 2013
Aer Lingus

The IDA has welcomed news that Aer Lingus is launching a direct Dublin to San Francisco service five times a week next year.

The move represents a 24 per cent expansion of the airline's transatlantic capacity, and was first reported by *The Sunday Business Post* last March.

“When companies make decisions to locate operations in foreign countries, direct air access from their headquarters is a very important factor," said IDA chief executive Barry O'Leary.

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