Delta Air Lines is resuming flights between New York JFK and Dublin this week.
The US carrier will run three flights a week from August 5, rising to five times a week in September.
The US airline’s regional sales manager Nadia Clinton said: “I am thrilled to announce that Delta Air Lines will resume flights from New York-JFK to Dublin on August 5.
“The announcement followed the much anticipated lifting of Ireland’s border restrictions enabling US leisure travellers to enter without quarantine.
“For customers who wish to reconnect with friends and family or enjoy a holiday, all services between the US and Ireland are operated in conjunction with partners Air France, KLM and Vorigin Atlantic.”
The return of the transatlantic connection with Ireland follows Delta and partner Virgin Atlantic returning to Heathrow Terminal 3 last month after a year of closure.
Delta is operating services to Heathrow from both Atlanta and JFK, while Virgin Atlantic destinations include Antigua, Barbados, Grenada and Israel.