Launch of Aer Lingus’s AerSpace
Good news for business travellers who regularly fly to and from Ireland. On 2 May, Aer Lingus launched its new AerSpace seats, which can be reserved on Aer Lingus’s busiest short flights as of 1 September.
AerSpace is the airline’s latest class, which offers more comfort than Economy Class as well as the benefits of Business Class. Because the middle seat is always empty, travellers have more space to work and relax
Everyone can book the new class on these short-haul routes. Travellers with a connecting Business Class flight via Dublin to North America will be automatically upgraded to an AerSpace seat if available.
The other benefits this class offers are free 20kg checked luggage, access to the lounges (for business travellers), priority boarding, a reserved space for hand luggage, use of the fast-track lane at security checks, and a free drink and snack from the Bia menu during the flight.
If a booking is changed and AerSpace is no longer available, the benefits of the Advantage rates will be offered.
If you have any questions about Aer Lingus or the new AerSpace product, please contact our Travel Consultants. They’ll be happy to help you.
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