Contact Aer Lingus: Find below customer service details of Aer Lingus airline, including phone and address. You can reach the below contact for new flight booking, cancellation, refund, baggage claim, cheap airfares, deals or other queries on Aer Lingus. Besides contact details the page also offers information and links on services of Aer Lingus.

Aer Lingus Head Office
Aer Lingus Limited,
Head Office Building,
Dublin Airport, Ireland
Phone: + 353-1-8868202
Fax: + 353-1-8863832

Aer Lingus Customer Care
Phone: 0818 365044
Phone: 0818 365000
Phone: +353 818 365 044 (international)

International Contacts
United States: +1-516 622 4022/4222
Austria: +43 1 5852100
Belgium: + 070 359901
Czech Republic: +420 224 815 373
France: 08 21 23 02 67
Germany: + 01805 133209
Hungary: + 00 36 1 999 1430
Italy: + 39 02 43.45.83.26
Netherlands: 0900 2658207
Spain: + 34 902 502737
Switzerland: 0041 442 86 99 33
Australia: 1300 304 016
Japan: + 81-3-5363-1166
UK: 0871 718 5000

Gold Circle Contact
Phone: 0818 365900
Phone: 0871 718 5555 (UK)
Email: goldcircle@aerlingus.com

Cargo Contact
1850 767 767 or
+ 353 1 886 6688

Group Booking
Ireland: 0818 365007
UK: 0871 718 5222
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Book Aer Lingus Flight
To book a Aer Lingus flight online click here

Baggage Information
Passengers are allowed to carry one cabin baggage with dimensions 55cm x 40cm x 20cm and max weight 10kg. For regional flights, the baggage is restricted to 7kg. For checked baggage, longhaul flight passengers are allowed to carry 1 bag under 23kgs. Business Class passengers are allowed to carry 3 bags free of charge. Each bag must not exceed 32kg weight. For more details reach the Aer Lingus customer care at the details given on this page.

Lost Baggage
To track lost baggage click here. You can also reach the customer care at central.baggage-tracing@aerlingus.com

Gold Circle Club
Gold Circle Club is the Aer Lingus Frequent Flyer Programme. Members can earn reward miles every time they fly with Aer Lingus or its partner ailrines. Members can also earn points on car rental and hotel booking. The Gold Circle Club consists of three tiers, Gold Circle, Gold Circle Prestige and Gold Circle Elite. For more details or to register online click here

About Aer Lingus
aer-lingus-airline-pictureAer Lingus was founded in the year 1936. Established by the Irish Government, the airline is the national carrier of Ireland. Presently, the airline flies to over 80 routes from its main hub at Dublin Airport. Its other bases include Belfast International, Cork, London Gatwick, Shannon and Washington Dulles. Aer Lingus flew 9.3 million passengers in 2010. The airline employs about 4,000 people. Aer Lingus has codeshare agreements with American Airlines, KLM, United Airlines, British Airways and JetBlue.

Aer Lingus destinations include London, Manchester, Birmingham, Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, Geneva, Zurich, Frankfurt, Lisbon, Madrid, Barcelona, Nice, Milan, Venice, Brussels, Athens, Izmir, Budapest, Krakow, Warsaw, Prague, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Naples, Rome, Helsinki, Vancouver, San Jose, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Salt Lake City, Calgary, Kansas City, Dallas, Houston, Nashville, Toronto, Chicago, Seattle, Detroit, Washington DC, Orlando, Boston, New York, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Miami, Austin, Tampa and more.

 

5 Comments

  1. Scott Siegfort December 22, 2014 at 12:47 pm

    I have flown from the U.S. to England on 4 occasions flying 4 different airlines. My latest journey was flying on Aer Lingus from Orlando, Fl. USA to Birmingham, England on December 20th, 2014. When I first purchased my ticket in August, 2014, I chose what I thought would be an excellent seat. I am 6’4″ and 300 lbs. My 3 previous journeys were flying on American, Air Canada, and British Airways and my seats were nery comfortable. This, however, was not the case with my Aer Lingus flight. From the very first moment I sat down, I was under severe discomfort. Though I had much more than enough legroom, I could not get my bottom all the way back in the seat because it was much too narrow. I had severe discomfort for the remaining 8 hours of flight and repeatedly attempted to find a comfortable position but even with the most comfortable position of angling by backside so only 1/2 of it was making contact with the seat, I WAS IN PAIN! (my 1 hour flight from Dublin to Birmingham was verfy comfortable because it was a different model plane) In any event I will not subject my body to that pain for my return flight on 1/10/2015. If I need to fly on a different airline back to Orlando, I will do so although I would hate to spend over $600 to do so. I would ask that Aer Lingus would upgrade my ticket to a better seat that would not be painful. If I need to spent an additional several hundred dollars, I will regretfully do so. I ask that you would help make my return journey mush more pleasant.

     
  2. martina October 5, 2011 at 2:58 pm

    I am just wondering if you accept citizen cards for people travelling from Dublin to london heathrow? I am not having my passport with me right now. Is citizencard id enough?

     
    • CCC - Sam October 6, 2011 at 12:12 pm

      please ring up the customer support and enquire the same..

       
  3. adrianna sawuck June 12, 2011 at 4:31 pm

    Could someone please email me a contact address for complaints department in Dublin and England. No I do not want a telephone no. I have already written a letter. Thank you.

     
    • Wendy Leftwich February 27, 2012 at 4:28 pm

      So can’t help as I’m also looking for the the same. Can anyone help? Thanks you.

       

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