PITTSBURGH - Could Pittsburgh International Airport be the next location for non-stop flights to Ireland?
Now there is speculation we could be adding Dublin to that list.
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The Irish Times reports that Aer Lingus is hoping to add two new North American destinations, and Pittsburgh is said to be on the short list.
“We hope to make an announcement in the next two to three weeks as to the location of those two new destinations,” Aer Lingus Chief Executive Stephen Kavanagh told the paper.
Other possible destinations for the Irish airline include Montreal and an unnamed destination in the Midwest.
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