The UK Civil Aviation Authority has granted an airline working licence to Aer Lingus (UK), a part of the Aer Lingus Group.
The transfer will permit the corporate to undertake transatlantic scheduled passenger companies between the United Kingdom and the United States.
Starting from the top of September, the Irish airline has plans to launch continuous companies between Manchester (MAN) and New York-JFK and Orlando (MCO).
This shall be adopted by a direct flight to Barbados (BGI), to launch on October twentieth.
Another route, to Boston (BOS), is pencilled in to launch in the summertime of 2022.