Prices were available within the past 7 days and starts at €63 for one-way flights and €50 for round trip, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
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The COVID-19 pandemic may have changed the way we travel, but it hasn’t stopped our appetite for exploring. Here are some tips on how to cope with the new challenges of travelling:
Before booking anything, find out if any travel restrictions or bans apply — in both your destination and origin. Get up-to-date information by reviewing official government websites.
Wear a face mask during airport screening. A TSA officer will ask you to lower your mask temporarily for identification purposes.
To reduce the possibility of cross-contamination, place your boarding pass on the reader yourself and then hold it up for inspection. Do not hand your pass directly to a TSA employee.
TSA is now permitting passengers to take one container of hand sanitizer, up to 12 oz (350 ml) in size, in carry-on baggage. This will have to be removed from your bag and submitted for screening.
Place any personal items (phone, keys and wallet) in your carry-on instead of a bin to minimize handling during screening.
If you’re bringing food through the security checkpoint, put it in a clear plastic bag and then into a scanning bin. This lessens the likelihood that a TSA officer will need to handle your food container or carry-on bag for inspection.
There are a couple of carriers that’ll fly you to or near Ireland. These are your options:
Aer Lingus - 3224 flights to or near Ireland each month, including 3007 flights to Dublin Airport (DUB) and 156 flights to Cork Airport (ORK) per month.
Ryanair - 3114 flights to or near Ireland each month, including 2876 flights to Dublin Airport (DUB) and 173 flights to Cork Airport (ORK) per month.
One of the best ways to nab cheap tickets to Ireland is to be flexible with your dates. Search for your flights, then click “flexible dates” above the results. It’ll reveal the cheapest prices for nearby days. The lowest price for a flight to Ireland in the last seven days was €50. Booking ahead will usually help you score an even bigger bargain.
If you were flying one way from Dublin (DUB), you could’ve locked in an affordable fare for just €63 in the last seven days. Return flights to Ireland ranged from only €50 to €354 during this same period.
You’ve got choices aplenty in Ireland. Once you’ve determined where you’re headed and compared distances, selecting one of these popular airports will be a total breeze:
Dublin Airport (DUB) - 7153 flights per month.
Cork Airport (ORK) - 407 flights per month.
Kerry Airport (KIR) - 125 flights per month.
If you’d prefer to spend your holiday money exploring Ireland rather than on your trip there, take off earlier in the week. The most economical day to travel is usually Tuesday, followed by Monday. With many folks travelling over the weekend, Saturday often has the most expensive fares.
Flights to Ireland ranged from €50 to €354 in the last seven days. Generally, the quicker you book the better the price.
While flying in a pandemic can be slightly overwhelming, airlines are doing all they can to protect the well-being of their passengers and staff. Here are a few carriers that have implemented changes:
Aer Lingus - this airline is known for providing passenger masks and cleaning with disinfectant.
Ryanair - this airline is known for cleaning with disinfectant and providing passenger masks.
Lufthansa - this airline is known for providing passenger masks and cleaning with disinfectant.
Bursting with culture and energy, Dublin is a great place to kick off your Ireland holiday. Check out prominent attractions like Guinness Storehouse, hit the shops or eat and drink your way around some of this location’s superb bars and restaurants. What you decide to do is up to you!
Dublin features an oceanic climate. But before you get going, study what the weather will be doing during your trip. Hot, cold, rainy or dry, it always pays to come prepared!
About 225 kilometres to the southwest of Dublin, Cork also deserves a place on your itinerary. Favourite sights here include Fitzgerald Park — don’t forget to put it on your sightseeing list.