The route between Dublin and Cleveland is operated four times a week. Ferry IE87 departs from Green Island’s capital on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 3.30pm. Landing in Lake Erie is scheduled for 6:50 pm local time. Return flight IE86 departs at 20:20 and arrives in Dublin at 8:50 the following day.
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— Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) (@goingplacesCLE) September 28, 2022
The Aer Lingus A321LR carries 184 passengers, offering sixteen business class and 168 economy seats. Ireland’s national carrier has seven jets. Its fleet is supplemented by 31 A320-200 Airbuses, Two A320neos, three widebody A330-200 and eleven larger versions of the A330-300. Binding orders include four more A320neo jets and six A321XLR versions.
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