Off to the US, with Aer Lingus and US Preclearance

Have you ever made a stop-over at Dublin Airport on your journey to the US and made use of the US Preclearance facility?

With Aer Lingus, Ireland’s national airline, you can fly from Amsterdam via Dublin to several destinations in the US, and you can already complete US border controls during your stop-over. As a result, when arriving in the United States, you no longer need to queue to get through border controls there, saving you a lot of time and inconvenience. This means you can continue your journey to your business appointment in the US as soon as you arrive. With Aer Lingus, you can fly from Amsterdam or Brussels via Dublin Airport to destinations such as New York, Boston, Washington, Hartford, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles. On 25 March 2018, Philadelphia will be added to these destinations, flying four times per week.

When you opt for Aer Lingus’s Economy Class, you will enjoy free meals and drinks on your journey, and you will be free to use the in-flight system, which offers a wide range of films, TV series and games. Each seat in this travel class is provided with a socket, allowing you to recharge your mobile phone or prepare your business appointment on your tablet or laptop. By booking a Business Class ticket, you can benefit from the recently upgraded interior with fully lie-flat seats for a good night’s sleep. Your seat can easily be converted into a comfortable place to sleep, and you will always arrive at your destination well rested. In addition, you can use the free WiFi on board and the socket close to your seat. Nearly all seats give you direct access to the aisle.

For more information about Aer Lingus or the US Preclearance facility at Dublin Airport, please contact our Travel Consultants. They are available 24/7 and will be happy to help you.

Source: Aer Lingus

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