Aer Lingus is planning to fly between Shannon (SNN) and Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG) for the rugby World Cup this year. The flights will provide convenient access to rugby fans of West Ireland to travel to Paris in time for the matches. This new route will be operated by its latest Airbus A321LR. Aer Lingus is the official partner airline of the Irish Rugby Football Association (IRFU). Ireland has a huge rugby-fan following and the airline is backing on this high demand for the new route. The flights will be operated twice a week, Fridays and Sundays from September 22 and will

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