Wednesday October 28, 2020

Transatlantic flights resume as Aer Lingus adds flight

Transatlantic flights are slowly resuming after the massive disruption caused by superstorm Sandy earlier this week.

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More than 19,500 flights have been cancelled since October 28th.

Transatlantic flights are slowly resuming after the massive disruption caused by superstorm Sandy earlier this week.

Aer Lingus said it will operate an additional service between Dublin and New York’s JFK today to help customers who have been affected by cancellations. The flight is to depart from Dublin at 1pm this afternoon and customers who had flights cancelled can rebook onto this flight through the airlines [website](http://www.aerlingus.com).

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