AER Lingus has announced a to-go sale that offers jet-setters great deals on Fall/Winter vacations.
While summer may be over, that doesn’t mean the holiday season is over.
With Aer Lingus’ take-off sale, jet-setters can fly to a variety of locations in Europe or North America, meaning there’s no better time to book your getaway autumn winter.
The sale runs from September 6 through September 19, giving people cash on trips to Europe or North America between those dates.
Flights to Europe start at €29.99, while flights to North America start at €149.
For flights to Europe, the offer is valid for flights between October 1, 2022 and February 15, 2023.
Flights to North America between November 1, 2022 and March 31, 2023 are valid as part of the Take-off Sale.
That’s six months of discounted travel opportunities, meaning you can fly to France to snap those snaps of the Eiffel Tower in the snow, savor the ultimate comfort food of pasta in Rome, or stroll through the streets of New York with a pumpkin spice latte.
Aer Lingus offers flights to popular European destinations such as Naples, Madrid, Berlin, Vienna, Amsterdam and Lanzarote, while giving travelers a taste of the American dream with offers to Boston, Los Angeles or Miami.
The airline operated over 100 routes over the summer, serving over 71 direct routes and 62 destinations from Ireland to the UK and Europe.
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Susanne Carberry, Chief Customer Officer of Aer Lingus, said: “Aer Lingus is delighted to offer its customers the opportunity to travel to exciting destinations at discounted prices.
“We recognize the Irish appetite for travel and adventure and our takeaway is the perfect opportunity for people to book a getaway they can look forward to on long evenings.
“We continue to reaffirm our commitment to providing a network of travel destinations at accessible prices for our customers.”
To benefit from these offers, flights must be booked before September 19, 2022 at midnight at www.aerlingus.com
After booking your flights, it might be a good idea to remember a few tricks to help you get through the airport faster.
Tiktok user, travel writer and blogger @megspassport has informed holidaymakers of its top tip for getting through Dublin Airport security faster when traveling with children.
His first piece of advice was to use the family lane, saying “Dublin Airport has a family lane which is suitable for young children and moves much faster than the normal security queue.”
Meanwhile, a flight attendant has drawn attention to a method of traveling between terminals at Dublin Airport that has been hiding in plain sight.
A tunnel connects the two terminals, reducing the journey to two minutes on foot – particularly handy if your connecting flight departs from the opposite terminal to where you landed, as despite the proximity of the two there are no connecting shuttles both.
The tunnel is to the right of Terminal 2 arrivals and to the left after passing through Terminal 1 security.