Aer Lingus Contact Number

By Dan T on 02/02/2017 in Travel
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 0843 903 1212

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About Aer Lingus

Call the Aer Lingus Contact Number on 0843 903 1212Aer Lingus is one of the Republic of Ireland’s biggest and best-known airlines, and is such is depended upon by millions each year for those visiting and departing from the Emerald Isle. Aer Lingus support is available not only via their extensive website, but also via their handy helpline service, which can be reached on 0843 903 1212.

Whether you’re booking tickets, checking flight timetables or even need help on what to do to prepare for your journey, Aer Lingus customer services are available around the clock to ensure that you get affordable and dependable flights with warmth and professionalism.

Call the Aer Lingus Contact Number Today

If you need to speak to Aer Lingus customer service you can call the Aer Lingus contact number on 0843 903 1212. Lines are open 22 hours per day Monday to Friday (closing 6am – 8am) and 21 hours per day Saturday and Sunday (closing 6am – 9am).

Additional Aer Lingus Phone Numbers

Department Aer Lingus Contact Number Opening Hours
General Enquiries 0843 903 1212 or 0333 006 6920 Monday to Friday 8am - 6am (open 22 hours), Saturday to Sunday 9am - 6am (open 21 hours)
Reservations 0843 903 1212 or 0333 004 5000 Monday to Friday 8am - 6am (open 22 hours), Saturday to Sunday 9am - 6am (open 21 hours)
Special Assistance 0333 006 6921 Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm, Weekends 10am - 4pm

Why may I need to contact Aer Lingus?

The Aer Lingus contact number is available for all who wish to call and gain more information on recent bookings, for help with the airline’s website, or for more information on landing or departing from its hub at Dublin Aiport. Ireland is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations with a unique culture and history, making the Aer Lingus telephone number a very busy one indeed at peak times – here are just a few ways in which the helpline staff can support you:

  • Booking tickets
  • Website support
  • Cancelling tickets and changing arrangements
  • Checking timetables and departures
  • Complaints
  • Deals and offers
  • Tourist information
  • Claims and damages

Therefore, with so many queries to handle, the airline has needed to split up its support network into several handy sections. These may be found as follows:

  • Bookings
  • Pre Flight Care
  • Post Flight Queries
  • Reservations
  • Cargo Assistance
  • Frequent Flyers (AerClub)
  • Website Helpdesk
  • General Enquiries
  • Group Sales
  • Media Relations / Press Office

FAQs

What are the advised boarding times for the airline?

As with any airline, you are advised to arrive at the gate for boarding within a certain delay of time. This means that you are always going to need to make sure that you give yourself enough leeway to pass through security checks and to have your baggage weighed or put in cargo (where necessary).

Aer Lingus states that 45 minutes at most is required from you, which applies to US flyers – if you’re flying from Europe, you can be at your gate with 30 minutes to spare.

How do I find out which flights are coming and going?

Aer Lingus’ website has a fantastic tool which allows you to check exactly which flights are returning and departing in real time – and you can even filter out your chosen destination(s) as and where you see fit.

Find out more by clicking on the link to the flight finder here.

Other ways to get in touch with Aer Lingus Customer Service

Website

Www.aerlingus.com

Aer Lingus Address

Aer Lingus Limited

Head Office Building

Dublin Airport

Ireland

Social Media

To connect with Aer Lingus further and to speak with a company representative in real time, you can chat with the team via Twitter here.

All Helpline Numbers are in no way associated with Aer Lingus, we provide an online directory and call forwarding service which will connect you directly through to Aer Lingus customer service. All information on this page can be found freely in the public domain.

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