Aer Lingus to launch Connecticut route

| August 16, 2016

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This new four times weekly service will position Hartford as New England’s second international gateway, alongside Boston Logan International Airport. Not only does Aer Lingus open up a direct route to New England for Irish travellers but Brits can also reap the benefits of flying this route by clearing US customs in Ireland before arriving into the United States.  Visitors will clear customs faster but as Hartford Bradley International Airport is a small airport, located right on the interstate, the holiday can begin quicker too.

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