Aer Lingus Starting Miami-Dublin Flights In 2017; MIA Has More Airlines Than Any U.S. Airport

Aer Lingus began accepting reservations today for new nonstop flights between Miami and Dublin beginning on September 1, 2017.

MIA already has 108 airlines with active operations – more than any U.S. airport. Four more will begin next year, including Volaris on February 1 (Mexico City and Guadalajara), WOW Air in April (Reykjavik), and Meridiana (Milan).

The flight will operate three times weekly with an A330-200 that seats 266 passengers. Business Class will have lie-flat seating, and wifi is available to all passengers.

Passengers from Dublin won’t have to go through customs and immigration in Miami, thanks to a pre-clearance facility (the only one in Europe).