Aer Lingus Regional has started flying between Leeds Bradford to New York, via Dublin.
The exciting new service is operated by Stobart Air, and provides a valuable link to the US for Yorkshire based passengers to fly from their local airport.
Onward from Dublin customers have the option to connect to the Aer Lingus’s full transatlantic services gateway, as well as New York, to Boston, Chicago, Orlando, San Francisco and Toronto.
As well as the major destination, New York, the route via Dublin offers business passengers convenient flight times to carry out business over a full day in the Irish city, returning later the same day.
The Yorkshire airport is important to Aer Lingus, it was the most in demand airport for the airline in October, as demand increases rapidly.