Aer Lingus yesterday (16 August) resumed its 11-times weekly service from Dublin to London Gatwick.
Earlier in the summer, Aer Lingus was forced to cancel planned services to a number of European destinations due to lack of demand, but yesterday’s news is a clear indication that air travel is on the way back.
The carrier happily announced the news on Twitter accompanied by a minute-long video on the charms of the British capital:
London's calling ☎️
Great news – 11 weekly flights between Dublin and @Gatwick_Airport restart today!
Get inspired for your next trip ✈️
— Aer Lingus (@AerLingus) August 16, 2021