Aer Lingus laying on extra flights for Ireland’s World Cup play-off match in Denmark


Aer Lingus has announced special one-off flights to Denmark for Ireland’s World Cup qualifier. It means an extra 1,000 fans will be able to get to the crunch away match in Copenhagen, which takes place on Saturday, November 11.

Five round trips from Dublin to Copenhagen totalling 1,000 return tickets will go on sale from 10am Friday, October 20, at

“Irish sporting fans are renowned for their unwavering support and Aer Lingus is delighted to be able to transport the hundreds of soccer enthusiasts to Copenhagen to support Ireland as they face Denmark in their World Cup play-off. While we don’t normally operate flights to Denmark we have been able to put on special flights from Dublin direct to Copenhagen. As Ireland’s only 4 Star airline we look forward to welcoming soccer fans on board Aer Lingus and wish our Boys in the Green the very best of luck,” said Mike Rutter, Aer Lingus Chief Operating Officer.


Friday 10 November                     EI626     departing Dublin 12:00 arriving into Copenhagen 15:10

Saturday 11 November                 EI620     departing Dublin 06:15 arriving into Copenhagen 09:25

Saturday 11 November                 EI624     departing Dublin 07:25 arriving into Copenhagen 10:35

Saturday 11 November                 EI626     departing Dublin 09:00 arriving into Copenhagen 12:10

Saturday 11 November                 EI628     departing Dublin 09:10 arriving into Copenhagen 12:20


Saturday 11 November                 EI621     departing Copenhagen 23:50 arriving into Dublin 01:05

Saturday 11 November                 EI625     departing Copenhagen 23:55 arriving into Dublin 01:10

Sunday 12 November                   EI627     departing Copenhagen 12:30 arriving into Dublin 13:45

Sunday 12 November                   EI629     departing Copenhagen 13:45 arriving into Dublin 14:55

Monday 13 November                 EI627     departing Copenhagen 13:40 arriving into Dublin 14:55




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