Aer Lingus passengers now get access to PressReader's catalog

2019-12-06
|In Aviation, News

Aer Lingus joins Iberia and British Airways as the third airline from IAG group to offer PressReader to their passengers. The new partnership means passengers now have access to more than 7,000 newspapers and magazines from over 120 countries in 60 languages — every time they fly Aer Lingus. They’ll be able to download and save major titles like Vogue, Rolling Stone, GQ, Bloomberg Businessweek and The Guardian. Among these heavy-hitting global titles, The Irish Times, Ireland's well-loved daily newspaper, has also opened availability to passengers allowing Irish nationals to access news from home while they're on-the-go. All this content, as well as the rest of PressReader's catalog, will be available to passengers before, during, and after their flight.  

Covers from major newspapers and magazines like Rolling Stone, GQ, The Irish Times, Vogue, and Bloomberg Buisnessweek.

With a little help from PressReader, Aer Lingus is able to provide their passengers with entertainment at every step of the way ⁠— forming long-term connections and ongoing loyalty. 

Here's how passengers can get access: 

  • By clicking the link in the "Before you Fly" email and downloading the PressReader app. 
  • If they're enjoying one of the Aer Lingus' lounges in Dublin, London Heathrow, or New York JFK, passengers can connect to the lounge WiFi to unlock access to PressReader's entire catalog. 

The number of titles and duration of access is determined by passenger fare type. Full details on content packages are listed here.

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