Aer Lingus Regional, the airline operated by Stobart Air (formerly Aer Arann), has reported a 35% increase in passenger during April 2014 compared to the same period last year. The airline, buoyed by the late Easter and addition of three new routes, flew 112,435 passengers in total during April. Stobart Air commercial director Simon Fagan commented that said the airline was carrying more UK UK-based passengers flying to Dublin and Shannon to make connecting transatlantic flights. Passengers flying to and from Dublin via Aer Lingus Regional rose 50%, passengers to and from Shannon Airport rose 39%.

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