Aer Lingus starts Toronto service

AER LINGUS has celebrated the launch of its inaugural flight from Dublin to Toronto.
The carrier’s new daily service during the summer season will be served with a B757.
Peter O’Neill, director of cargo at Aer Lingus, reveals: “The B757 aircraft has opened up significant opportunities for Aer Lingus Cargo to and from Canada, especially for mail and small freight.”
The Toronto service is part of the carrier’s transatlantic growth plan for 2014 – last month it added San Francisco-Dublin-direct to its network.   
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