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A list of scheduled airlines serving airports in Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland.
Aer Lingus is the flag carrier of Ireland operating a fleet of 44 Airbus A320 Family and Airbus A330 aircraft serving destinations in Europe, North Africa, North America and UK with bases in Belfast City, Cork, Dublin, London Gatwick and Shannon Airports.
Aer Lingus Regional:
Aer Lingus Regional is a franchise of Aer Lingus operated by Aer Arann Regional operating routes to the Channel Islands,France, and UK from bases in Cork, Dublin, Shannon.
Aer Arann Regional:
Aer Arann Regional now operates under the Aer Lingus Regional Franchise brand.
Aer Arann Islands:
Aer Arann Islands operates a regular service to the Aran Islands and operate summer season scenic flights of Commemara, The Cliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands.
Air Canada Rouge
Air Canada Rouge will commence a year-round service between Dublin and Toronto from 2nd May with Boeing 767-300ER equipment.
Air Moldova operates a summer season service from Dublin to Chișinău via Frankfurt twice weekly using ERJ190 equipment.
American Airlines operates year-round daily Boeing 757-200ER service between Dublin and New York JFK and seasonal service to Chicago using Boeing 767-300ER's.
Blue Air operates Dublin-Bucharest Otopeni twice weekly on Tuesday and Saturdays using Boeing 737-400 equipment and summer season service to Bacau.
British Airways operates a seven times daily service on the Belfast City Airport and Dublin Airport to London Heathrow route using Airbus A320 Family equipment.
Cityjet operates two routes from Dublin to London City and Paris CDG and summer season service to Brest.
Delta Airlines operates schedule services from Atlanta and New York JFK to Dublin, and resumes a seasonal service from New York JFK to Shannon from 11th May to 7th September 2013.
Easyjet operates schedule services from Belfast International Airport to 23 destinations in Europe and the UK.
Emirates Airlines operates a daily schedule service from Dublin to Dubai using Boeing 777-300ER aircraft increasing to double daily effective 1st September.
Etihad Airways operates a 11 times weekly schedule service from Dublin to Abu Dhabi using Airbus A330-200 and Boeing 777-300ERs.
Flybe operates schedule services from Belfast City Airport to an extensive range of destinations in the Channel Islands, Europe and UK (summer season route Belfast City to Newquay), from Dublin to Donegal (Operated by Loganair), Exeter and Southampton, and Ireland West Knock Airport to Manchester and Waterford Airport to Birmingham and Manchester from 22nd May 2013.
Germanwings operates a four times weekly summer season service on the Dublin-Cologne/Bonn route from 31st March to 27th October 2013 using Airbus A319 equipment.
Iberia Express operates a four times weekly service on the Dublin-Madrid route using Airbus A320 equipment.
Jet2.com operates schedule services from Belfast International Airport to Europe & UK.
Lufthansa operates a three times daily service from Dublin to Frankfurt using A320 Family equipment and summer season routes from Dublin to Dusseldorf and Munich.
Norwegian Air Shuttle:
Norwegian Air Shuttle operates schedule services from Dublin to Copenhagen and Oslo-Gardermoen and seasonal summer service to Helsinki.
Ryanair operates schedule services from City of Derry Airport, Cork Airport, Dublin Airport, Ireland West Knock Airport, Kerry Airport and Shannon Airport.
SAS Airlines operates schedule services from Dublin to Copenhagen, Oslo-Gardermoen and Stockholm.
Swiss International Airlines:
Swiss International Airlines operates a daily service from Dublin to Zurich using Airbus A320 Family equipment.
S7 Airlines operates a summer season only service on the Dublin-Moscow-Domodedovo route using Airbus A320 Family aircraft.
THY Turkish Airlines:
THY Turkish Airlines operates a 12 times weekly service from Dublin Airport to Istanbul-Atatürk using a mix of Airbus A320 Family and Boeing 737 Next Generation equipment/
US Airways operates a schedule service from Dublin Airport to Philadelphia and summer season route to Charlotte, and seasonal season route from Shannon Airport to Philadelphia.
United Airlines operates schedule service from Belfast International, Dublin Airport and Shannon Airport to Newark and Dublin Airport to Washington Dulles, and seasonal service from Shannon to Chicago.
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