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Aer Lingus announces new routes from Dublin and Cork

Aer Lingus has announced plans to begin two new routes from Dublin and Cork next summer.

Direct flights will begin from Dublin to Ibiza and from Cork to Jersey.

The airline also plans to increase capacity on a number of its other flights, with services between Dublin and San Francisco, Copenhagen, Helsinki and Orlando operating on a year-round basis.

The airline also says it will fly from Belfast to Nice twice a week from April onwards.

Meanwhile, eight new Ryanair services from Shannon Airport are beginning today.

The routes will serve Birmingham, Fuerteventura, Kaunas, Leeds, Luton, Riga and Tenerife.

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