Irish Air Lingus to Fly Dublin Sofia
Irish low-cost airliner Aer Lingus announced it would start a new twice weekly service between Dublin and Sofia for its winter 2008 schedule, along with new services to Hamburg, Newcastle, Salzburg and Agadir. In addition, the company will increase the frequency of flights to a number of other European destinations, a company media statement said.
Aer Lingus currently operates a flight to the Black Sea resort of Bourgas, which was launched earlier this year.
Enda Corneille, Aer Lingus corporate affairs director, said the new serivce "demonstrates our response to the continued consumer demand across our route network and is further testament to our proposition of low fares and great service," the company statement said.
The new flights are scheduled to start October 28 2008.
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