Aer Lingus Reintroduces Popular US-Ireland Flight Routes and Adds New Routes
Do you want to go to Ireland soon? With new and returning nonstop airline routes from US cities to Ireland planned for next year, Americans will be able to visit the Emerald Isle more easily than ever before.
Many flights between the United States and Ireland were cancelled in March 2020 due to COVID-19 regulations, making travel to Ireland more difficult. However, when Ireland removed all travel restrictions and made it easier for visitors to return in early 2022, demand for visiting this nation famed for its magnificent scenery, Celtic heritage, and bustling capital city increased.
Returning Routes for the U.S. to Ireland Flights
Aer Lingus, Ireland’s flag carrier, has announced the restoration of nonstop flights between Bradley International Airport (BDL) and Dublin Airport (DUB). Residents of Hartford, Connecticut and Springfield, Massachusetts will soon have easy access to this direct trip, as BDL is located between the two cities.
This continuous flight from Connecticut’s Bradley International Airport to Dublin took little over 6.5 hours and was the only one of its types.
It will, however, return in March 2023, allowing tourists to fly nonstop from Hartford to Dublin for just €199 ($194 USD) each way. With the dollar-euro exchange rate now favourable, now is the perfect time to book a cheap flight fare to Ireland for next year.
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