About Aer Lingus
Aer Lingus is the flag carrier airline of Ireland and the second-largest airline in the country after Ryanair. Founded by the Irish government, it was privatised between 2006 and 2015 and it is now a wholly owned subsidiary of International Airlines Group.
Now you can lock your flight and fare for 24 hours for just €5 per person, per flight. And once you confirm your booking within that 24 hours, the Price Lock fee is taken off your trip total.
A full refund applies only if you cancel before the flight's scheduled departure time. If the original fare type booked was non-refundable, and then subsequently changed, only the fare difference is eligible for a refund. Administration fees (booking and credit/debit card) are non-refundable.
AerClub recognises the most loyal and frequent Aer Lingus flyers through a four tier structure. You earn Tier Credits based on your frequency and spend with Aer Lingus - the more you earn in each 12 month qualification period the further you advance. Tier Credits are earned on Aer Lingus ticketed and operated flights.There are four AerClub membership tiers: Green, Silver, Platinum and Concierge. Each tier will have a unique combination of travel benefits, which may include lounge access, priority check in, priority boarding and bonus points earning.
Aer Lingus offers frequent promotional flights throughout the year. Receive flight offers and discounts straight to your inbox by enrolling in the email newsletter. Be the first to hear about great offers and exciting destinations. You'll only receive offers and discounts relevant to you by providing your home airport.
Aer Lingus offers a student travel offer to students studying in Ireland, during the set dates between the spring and fall semester. Aer Lingus invites students studying in Ireland to avail of special airfares and a free date change to their return flight. All changes, including upgrading your fare type, are subject to a change fee and any applicable fare difference.
Changes can be made on aerlingus.com for a fee which applies per guest, per flight, in addition to any difference in cost between the original price paid and the price available at the time the change is being made.
Aer Lingus does not offer a credit card to customers at this time.