Aer Lingus has published details of its summer 2013 schedule, which includes new Dublin-Corfu, Dublin-Copenhagen, Shannon-Faro and Belfast-Palma services.
Additionally, the airline has brought forward the recommencement of its flights to New York and Boston, which will now get underway on 11 March 2013.
The Irish flag carrier will boost frequencies on services to Faro and Barcelona, while it will continue daily flights from Ireland West Airport Knock to London Gatwick and Birmingham.
Aer Lingus will further add frequencies on services from Dublin to London Gatwick, Paris, Berlin, Zurich, Munich, Bilbao, Lanzarote, Santiago de Compostela, Nice, Lisbon, Perpignan, Dubrovnik, Chicago, Boston and Orlando.
Its summer 2013 transatlantic services will also see a 15% year-on-year increase in capacity, amounting to 90 additional roundtrips between Dublin and Boston and 120 between Dublin and Chicago.