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DUBLINAer Lingus has obtained slots at Manchester International Airport for unspecified long-haul routes and plans to station one Airbus A330 and three A321LRs, according to Airport Coordination Limited.


The Irish flag carrier received 13 weekly slots during the week starting on April 26, 2020, and 58 weekly slots from the following week. The destinations were not revealed in the report.

Aer Lingus has reportedly been investigating opportunities for starting flights to North America from Manchester International Airport. The airline is involved in negotiations with authorities about securing traffic rights under the UK-US bilateral air services agreement, since the UK will no longer be covered by the European Union agreement as of January 1, 2021.#
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