Aer Lingus’ first transatlantic service from the UK took to the skies yesterday with the departure of the airline’s first ever non-stop direct flight from Manchester to Barbados. From December 1, Aer Lingus will begin operating its first ever non-stop direct flights from Manchester to New York’s JFK airport. Aer Lingus will begin a third new route from Manchester to Orlando on December 11. The flights can also be booked as part of a holiday package, thanks to the airline’s new partnership with British Airways Holidays. Lynne Embleton, Aer Lingus CEO, said: “We know there is strong demand for direct

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