Aer Lingus Contact Number 0870 183 0129
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|Aer Lingus Contact Number||0870 183 0129|
|Aer Lingus Helpline Phone Number||0870 183 0129|
|Aer Lingus Customer Service Phone Number||0870 183 0129|
|Aer Lingus Customer Services||0870 183 0129|
Aer Lingus Limited
Head Office Building,
|Hours:||22 hours a day (lines closed 6am-8am)|
Why Do Customers Call Aer Lingus?
Customers contact Aer Lingus for a variety of reasons such as;
- Make changes to your booking
- Pre-flight queries
- Pre-flight care
- Lost luggage
- Aer Club members
- Special assistance
- Group sales
- Media relations
- Cargo queries
- Car rentals.
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About Aer Lingus
Aer Lingus has roots going back to 1936, as the Irish government’s first venture into commercial aviation. Today it stands as Ireland’s official national airline. The airline is the national carrier of Ireland.
Ryanair used to own over 30% of Aer Lingus stock and the Irish state owned over 20%. These shareholders were lost after IAG bought the airline. The state had previously held an 85% shareholding until the Government’s decision to float the company on the Dublin and London Stock Exchanges in 2006. The principal group companies include Aer Lingus Limited, Aer Lingus Beachey Limited, Aer Lingus (Ireland) Limited and Dirnan Insurance Company Limited, all of which are wholly owned.
In May 2015, after months of negotiations on a possible IAG takeover, the Irish government agreed to sell its 25% stake in the company. Ryanair retained a 30% stake in Aer Lingus which it agreed to sell to IAG in July 2015 for €2.55 per share. In August 2015, Aer Lingus’ shareholders officially accepted IAG’s takeover offer. IAG subsequently assumed control of Aer Lingus in September 2015
In February 2015, Aer Lingus announced that its A350 aircraft (A350 XWB or regional variant) will begin delivery in 2018, with three aircraft being delivered per year through to 2020. These nine aircraft will replace its current A330 aircraft.
In January 2017, Aer Lingus announced its intention to finalise an order for seven A321LR twin jets to develop thinner transatlantic routes which cannot be operated profitably using A330s. The aircraft will also be used to replace the four 757s on lease from ASL Airlines Ireland.
Presently the airline flies to over 80 airports across numerous continents, including five in Africa and one in Asia. A subsidiary brand, Aer Lingus Regional, is used primarily by commuters and flies to destinations in Ireland, the UK (including Jersey and the Isle of Man). Aer Lingus destinations include London, Manchester, Birmingham, Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, Geneva, Zurich, Frankfurt, Lisbon, Madrid, Barcelona, Nice, Milan, Venice, Brussels, Athens, Izmir, Budapest, Krakow, Warsaw, Prague, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Naples, Rome, Helsinki, Vancouver, San Jose, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Salt Lake City, Calgary, Kansas City, Dallas, Houston, Nashville, Toronto, Chicago, Seattle, Detroit, Washington DC, Orlando, Boston, New York, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Miami, Austin, Tampa and more.
The company prides itself on a successful low fare model, and has since 2006 enjoyed public flotation on the Irish and London stock exchanges. Operating a total of 47 aircraft, the firm operates a variety of short and long haul services.
Aer Lingus is partnered with several firms offering flights to the continental USA as well as across Europe, making Aer Lingus a strong contender within the aviation industry.
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Head office Address:
Head Office Building,
AER Lingus doesn’t only strive to provide a comfortable flight to its customers but also, they offer a wide range of resources that can help you prepare for your trip. AER Lingus guide contains FAQs, Check in options, Airport information and Special Assistance.
Within their guide you may also check their Plan and Book page where you will find an abundance of information that will help you with your trip. They also have a list of their destinations and offers on that page.
Looking for a trustworthy car rental store? You can rent a car with Aer Lingus. Just go to their car rental page and input the relevant information. Click the search button to see the list of cars that are available during your designated time. The details of the car model, the passenger capacity, supplier, customer rating and the price. Once you select the car model that you prefer, click on the “Book now” button to move on to the next page. You have the option to cancel your booking within 24 hours for free.
Experience a hassle free flight with the AER Lingus Business Class. Their most popular business class trip is the AER Lingus Business Class 757 which can cater up to 12 people. They also have more planes in their fleet that can also offer the same features.
Flying in the business class will reward you with onboard and off board privileges.
The AER Business class benefits on board range from luxurious and sumptuous meals, first class services from the attendants, A steady Wi-Fi connection and a touch screen controlled dream screen for your entertainment. You will also enjoy your own view from the window.
The off board privileges are also as cool as the on board perks. Business class passengers get to hangout in the AER Lingus business class lounge in Dublin and a more flexible option for your AER Lingus business baggage allowance.
AER Lingus Call Centre Opening Hours
|Monday||22 Hours a day (lines closed 6am-8am)|
|Tuesday||22 Hours a day (lines closed 6am-8am)|
|Wednesday||22 Hours a day (lines closed 6am-8am)|
|Thursday||22 Hours a day (lines closed 6am-8am)|
|Friday||22 Hours a day (lines closed 6am-8am)|
|Saturday||22 Hours a day (lines closed 6am-8am)|
|Sunday||22 Hours a day (lines closed 6am-8am)|
AER Lingus Contact Number 0870 183 0129
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