Pic of Day: Aer Lingus is adding Cleveland, Ohio to its list of North American destinations. The carrier will launch nonstop service between Cleveland and Dublin on May 19 of next year flying the route four times per week year-round. Tickets went on sale Wednesday. As reported by Cleveland.com the new service was announced at a celebratory event at the airport Wednesday, September 28. The event featured bagpipes, Ohio Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted, Cleveland Mayor Justin Bibb, former U.S. ambassador to Ireland Edward Crawford, and numerous other political and business leaders. Cleveland has long links to Ireland and is home to a significant population of people with links to County Mayo and in particular Achill Island.