Aer Lingus’ inaugural service to Seattle on the US West Coast takes to the skies this afternoon from Dublin, marking the start of the airline’s 15th transatlantic route. The new four-times-a-week service to the ‘Emerald City’ is the latest destination to be unveiled by the Irish flag carrier, as part of its ambitious expansion plans, focusing on offering unbeatable routes to North America. Flight EI143 will be operated by an Airbus A330-200 aircraft, named after the Irish saint, ‘Saint Keeva’. The new year-round Dublin to Seattle service will enable guests to choose from 2,218 roundtrip seats every week and marks
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