MSP travelers dreaming of a visit to the Emerald Isle are in luck: Aer Lingus and Delta Air Lines have announced nonstop service between Dublin and Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) beginning in spring 2024.
Irish flag carrier Aer Lingus will resume year-round service between MSP and Dublin (DUB) beginning April 29. The move will end a pause of the airline’s flights to Minnesota that began at the outset of COVID-19. Flights will initially be available four days per week (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays) on Airbus A330 aircraft. The airline will transition to daily flights on the MSP-DUB route on new Airbus A321XLR this fall.
Delta Air Lines also plans to offer nonstop service to Dublin in 2024. The seasonal route from MSP launches May 9 and will operate five times a week.
With the return of nonstop service to Dublin, MSP’s air service to international destinations will be fully restored to pre-pandemic levels.