Aer Lingus Partners
Aer Lingus Group got its name from the Irish Aer Loingeas. It is the flag carrying Airline of Ireland with Airbus aircraft providing flights to Europe, North Africa and North America. It is Ireland's second largest and also the oldest airline after its rival Ryanair. The airline's head office is based on the grounds of Dublin Airport.
Formerly a member of the Oneworld alliance which it left on 31 march 2007 Aer Lingus was established in 1936. Despite not being affiliated with the alliance, the airline has agreements with Oneworld, among others like Star Alliance and SkyTeam members, as well as interlines agreements with Aer Arann, United Airlines and JetBlue Airways. The company development has increased expeditiously making them able to employs 4,000 people and in 2010 gained revenues of €1.2 billion. Aer Lingus airline flew approximately 9.3 million passengers in 2010. It also grew to outsource other small airline facilities that operate a low fare service routes to Europe and North Africa at full service, which is optional as there are also two class flights on transatlantic routes.
Between Ryanair and the Government of Ireland Aer Lingus is 54.8% owned with their rival acquiring 29.4% of the total percentage.
The airline was available on the Dublin and London Stock Exchanges in October of 2006, following government approvals when they had owned 85% of the airline.
Aer Lingus grew to celebrate its 75th anniversary in 2011 and on 26 March, the company presented its latest aircraft which had historical colours of the 1960s livery and the crew was also wearing uniforms with an historical appearance.
Aer Lingus also has codeshares or agreements with United Airlines meaning two or more airlines sharing the same flight which services are between Ireland and North America. It is easy to get there as our booking process is relatively hassle free with excellent baggage system, excellent ticketing service and reservation.
There are also points that you can earn from Aer Lingus Airline considering you are a Gold Circle member you will be able to earn points on flights operated by United and points can be redeemed for travel across the United network. In addition Aer Lingus customers can earn points on chosen United domestic flights once on the programme enabling them to redeem Mileage Plus miles across the Aer Lingus network.
Constantly growing they have partnered with JetBlue Airways which makes it easier for you to book flights between Ireland and over 30 U.S. destinations by visiting aerolingus.com
JetBlue has become icon in revolutionizing the U.S. travel industry with its low fare economical yet high style airline services that came on the scene February of 2000 with complimentary snack, leather seats 40 free channels of DIRECTV to name a few. This experience was indelible from then until now which is a trendsetter throughout the airline industry.
They also have agreements with Royal Dutch Airlines for flights between Dublin and Amsterdam, Cork and Amsterdam and British Airways which provide services between Dublin, Cork, London Heathrow and Belfast.