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New Orleans flight to Dublin,Ireland via O'Hare

Galway, Ireland
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New Orleans flight to Dublin,Ireland via O'Hare

Hi,

Will be returning to Dublin,Ireland, from New Orleans, via O'Hare,Chicago. I am planning to book my tickets with Expedia.com. The main airline would be Aer Lingus but the NO flight to O'Hare (Terminal 2) is by Gojet Airlines with the O'

Hare flight to Dublin with Aer Lingus(Terminal 5)

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Will my bags be checked through from NO to Dublin or will I need to re-claim at O'Hare and check in again for onward to Dublin.

Thanks

Maryland
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for Las Vegas, Washington DC, County Donegal, Western Ireland
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1. Re: New Orleans flight to Dublin,Ireland via O'Hare

GoJet Airlines is actually part of United Airlines, they run the United Express flights from MSY to ORD.

It's more than likely that United has an inter-line agreement with Aer Lingus and will tag your bags straight through to DUB. But just in case they don't....how long is your layover?

Galway, Ireland
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2. Re: New Orleans flight to Dublin,Ireland via O'Hare

Hi IrishFan, Thanks for the reply - I contacted Expedia and they informed me that the bags would be booked straight through to Dublin at New Orleans

New York City, New...
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3. Re: New Orleans flight to Dublin,Ireland via O'Hare

Aer Lingus and United have a codeshare agreement:

aerlingus.com/help/…d.en.1565

4. Re: New Orleans flight to Dublin,Ireland via O'Hare

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