Published on February 23rd, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Aer Lingus Restart San Francisco Route

Aer Lingus is to restart the direct Dublin to San Francisco route from Friday 25th February with a four times per week service. The route will be increased to a daily service from 26th March. Aer Lingus had previously operated a number of flights to San Francisco over the Christmas period. Aer Lingus will continue to increase its presence on the US West Coast with daily flights to Los Angeles starting again on 12th May and the Dublin to Seattle route will return with five services per week from 26th May. 

Commenting on the route restart, the Executive Vice-President US at Aer Lingus, Bill Byrne said, “We are delighted to resume the Dublin to San Francisco service and to unite friends, families and businesses once more, reconnecting our communities and economies. There’s no doubt that travel is back for 2022, and we are busy preparing operations for further route restarts. As always, customers flying to North America with Aer Lingus will enjoy complimentary meals and drinks, endless hours of in-flight entertainment, and US Customs and Border pre-clearance at Dublin and Shannon airports.”

All Aer Lingus passengers travelling to the United States are advised to download the VeriFLY app and upload all the relevant COVID certs and vaccine passes. VeriFLY is a travel pass app that allows users to upload and ensure that their travel documentation is checked and approved before travelling to the airport. If customers chose not to use VeriFLY, they will not be able to check-in online. They must bring all of the correct travel documentation and digital forms to the check-in agents who will manually check all documentation.

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