Aer Lingus (EI) and Air Canada (AC) have signed an interline agreement, with a codeshare due to follow early next year. The interline agreement allows for joint electronic ticketing and use of either airline’s check-in kiosks, plus baggage checking through to a final destination. Until now, the only direct Canada-Ireland flight has been an AC high-summer service between Toronto and Dublin. Passengers heading for Canada on EI services fly to Chicago, then connect with United ...

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