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Aer Lingus’ Miami to Dublin Flight To Return Starting October 2022

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Aer Lingus, the flag carrier for Ireland, is bringing back its non-stop flight from Miami, Florida to Dublin, Ireland starting October 21, 2022.

The 4,165-mile flight has previously been incredibly popular with travelers but was suspended at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now that the pandemic has started to subside, Aer Lingus is bringing back this popular route to bring Europeans to sunny Florida and Floridians to the many magical cities of Europe.

The Flight

This particular flight is going to be operated by an Airbus A330-300, outbound (DUB-MIA) as EI141 and return (MIA-DUB) as EI140:

  • Depart Dublin 3:30 p.m. — Arrive Miami 7:45 p.m.
  • Depart Miami 10 p.m. — Arrive Dublin 11:15 a.m. (+1)

The route will begin operating on Fridays and Sundays through November 2, 2022, when a Wednesday flight will also start.

On the A330-300, you’ll find:

  • 30 flat-bed business class seats, arranged in a 1-2-2 or 1-2-1 configuration with a seat pitch of 58 inches and width of 21 inches
  • 287 economy class seats, arranged in a 2-4-2 configuration with a seat pitch of 32 inches and a width of 17 inches

Overall, the business class service on Aer Lingus is well worth it. Passengers receive free internet on the flight, and the food and beverage service is well-appointed.

Aer Lingus is bringing back its flight from Miami to Dublin. Image Credit: Aer Lingus

In addition to Miami, Aer Lingus also flies nonstop from Dublin to U.S. cities Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), New York (JFK), Newark (EWR),  Orlando (MCO), Philadelphia (PHL), San Francisco (SFO), Toronto (YYZ), and Washington, D.C. (IAD).

Great Uses for This Flight

While Aer Lingus is not part of Oneworld, it does have affiliations with major Oneworld airlines such as British Airways. By purchasing a ticket to Dublin from Miami, you can connect to many destinations throughout Europe, similar to how you can fly onward from London-Heathrow or Madrid. While many European legacy carriers have both a premium and economy product on their intra-Europe flights, Aer Lingus only flies with an economy class cabin on these short-haul flights.

Hot Tip: Learn more about exciting codeshare partnerships between Aer Lingus and American Airlines and Aer Lingus and JetBlue!

If you’re flying to the U.S. from Europe, Miami is a great jumping-off point for visiting South America, or even for continuing on to other destinations in the U.S., such as those in the South or Southeast.

Final Thoughts

It’s very exciting to see Aer Lingus bring back this popular flight to the schedule. You’ll be able to fly into Dublin or beyond to any number of other European cities, just as you can fly from Europe to Miami and onward from there into South America.

The Aer Lingus flight from Dublin to Miami has historically been very popular, so as COVID-19 starts to dissipate, it’s likely the same will hold true for this flight as passengers begin to book.

About James Larounis

James (Jamie) started The Forward Cabin blog to educate readers about points, miles, and loyalty programs. He’s spoken at Princeton University and The New York Times Travel Show and has been quoted in dozens of travel publications.


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