London Southend Airport has announced details of a new service which allows London Southend airport passengers to connect to 11 North American destinations through Dublin Airport. From 29 October, London Southend airport passengers will be able to connect to Aer Lingus transatlantic services and complete US pre-clearance in Dublin Airport, ahead of their onward journey to the US and Canada when booking direct with Aer Lingus or with a travel agent. This new service is being made possible by the introduction of Flybe’s London-Southend to Dublin route, operated by Stobart Air, offering up to three flights per day, seven days
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