Aer Lingus will start a new route from Dublin Airport to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Friday (18 May) utilising an Airbus A330-200.
The service is part of the Irish carrier’s summer schedule and will operate four times a week and is one of the many additional service being run from Dublin, which will operate to 195 airports, in 42 countries via 56 airlines this summer.
Others opening include the first ever direct service to China from Dublin next month, when on 2 June Cathay Pacific will start serving Hong Kong four times a week on an Airbus A350.
And Hainan Airlines will then begin flights four times a week using an A330 to Beijing on 12 June. Two of the flights will be direct to Beijing and two will stop at Edinburgh Airport.
These are among the 14 new routes running from Dublin this summer and others include an Icelandair service to Reykjavik and an Air Canada flight to Montreal.