IN A further boost for Shannon Airport today, United Airlines has announced that it is to resume its daily seasonal service from Shannon to New York/Newark from March 27 2022, just hours after Aer Lingus announced the return of its transatlantic routes.
“We are delighted to resume our nonstop seasonal services from Ireland to the U.S.,” said Martina Coogan, United’s Sales Manager Ireland. “The return of our seasonal services provides our customers from Ireland with greater travel choice and convenient one-stop connections via our U.S. hub airports to destinations across the Americas.”
Mary Considine, CEO of Shannon Group, who operate Shannon Airport said: “The restoration of this service is a welcome boost for transatlantic connectivity to our region and the broader west of Ireland. United Airlines is a very valued airline partner of Shannon and we are delighted to have been able to work with them to restore this vital transatlantic service. Its restoration is a vote of confidence by the airline, and another major milestone as we continue to rebuild Shannon Airport’s air services and fulfil our role as an economic driver for tourism, business and social connectivity.”
The Shannon (SNN) – New York/Newark (EWR) flight schedule will be as follows:
|Flight||From||To||Depart||Arrive||Frequency||Aircraft||Dates of Operation|
|UA977||SNN||EWR||12:30||14:50||Daily||Boeing 757-200||27 March 2022 onwards|
|UA976||EWR||SNN||22:55||10:10 +1||Daily||Boeing 757-200||26 March 2022 onwards|
All times are local and subject to change.