Benefited with battles for the arm branch? Airline introduces a new fare that guarantees that the middle seat will be left vacant
- Aer Lingus offers a new & # 39; premium travel experience & # 39; & # 39; AerSpace & # 39; fare on short-haul flights
- It will be available from September 1st with prices for the rate currently up to € 190 (£ 165) one way
- Other perks include reserved overhead back space, fast-track security, priority boarding and lounge access
If you are tired of & # 39; a mid-flight battle around & # 39; arm rest, then maybe fly with Aer Lingus more often.
That's because it introduces a brand new journey that guarantees a walk-on or window in the first row of the aircraft, with the middle seat left unrestricted for a & # 39; room and more efficient travel experience & # 39 ;.
The Irish flag carrier offers the preparation – & # 39; AerSpace & # 39; – Offered as a & # 39; premium travel experience & # 39; on their short-haul flights between Dublin and the United Kingdom and Europe. The new rates, available on flights from September 1, 2019, appear to be about three to four times the price of a standard economy card.
Irish flag carrier Aer Lingus introduces a brand new fare that guarantees that the center-of-the-row seat on a plane will be released. Pictured are Aer Lingus staff Marco Mologni and Kate Ryan with Aer Lingus director of network revenue and loyalty, Susanne Carberry
Then & # 39; Mailonline Travel in & # 39; ghost booking & # 39; did, we found that the cost of an & # 39; AerSpace & # 39; ticket from London Heathrow to Dublin on September 8 were € 190 (£ 165) one way, and as low as € 45.99 (£ 40) for a standard economy ticket.
It's a high price point, but the perks don't end with extra elbow room.
AerSpace customers also get a reserved overhead bin directly above the seat, lounge access, fast track security, priority boarding and on-board refreshments.
Aer Lingus says: & # 39; Designed with guest needs & # 39; in thought, AerSpace is a unique offering in Europe.
A screenshot of the Aer Lingus website shows that on a flight on September 8 from Dublin to London Heathrow, an economic rate is € 45.99 (£ 40) and an AerSpace fare € 145.99 (£ 126)
AerSpace fares go up to € 190.99 (£ 165) on a flight on September 8 from London Heathrow to Dublin
& # 39; It promises a seamless travel experience catering for those who don't need more space and comfort, whether for business or for vacation. & # 39;
The most popular short-term destinations of Aer Lingus from Dublin are to London, Paris, Manchester and Barcelona. And the airline believes that 25 per cent of passengers traveling between Dublin and London do so for business purposes.
In & # 39; response to & # 39; launching the AerSpace fare, said Susanne Carberry, Director of Network Revenue and Loyalty at Aer Lingus,: & # 39; We are excited to introduce a new fare option that will give our guests more comfort & convenience .
Percentages of the premium rate on Aer Lingus include reserved overhead bins directly above seats, lounge access, fast track security, priority boarding and on-board refreshments
& # 39; At Aer Lingus, we are working to innovate our product offering to meet ever-changing needs of travelers.
& # 39; AerSpace guests will have reservations in one of & # 39; rows on our most popular routes, leaving the middle chair free and more space to work or just relax as they fly.
& # 39; Not only will those who choose AerSpace enjoy a suite of complimentary services including lounge access and priority board, AerClub members will also collect Avios for their purchase of AerSpace.
& # 39; We are proud to launch AerSpace in response to feedback from our guests in search of a more premium and comprehensive travel experience when flying short flights with Aer Lingus. & # 39;
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