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TAP Air Portugaloutbound: Dec 16, 2019
2 stops (18h44m)
TAP Air Portugal
TAP Air Portugalreturn: Dec 27, 2019
2 stops (29h09m)
TAP Air Portugal
Icelandairoutbound: Dec 16, 2019
2 stops (14h59m)
Icelandairreturn: Dec 27, 2019
2 stops (17h31m)
Iberiaoutbound: Jan 3, 2020
1 stop (14h25m)
British Airwaysreturn: Jan 10, 2020
1 stop (15h50m)
British Airways
Norwegian Airoutbound: Jan 3, 2020
1 stop (31h50m)
Norwegian Air
Ryanairreturn: Jan 10, 2020
1 stop (16h35m)
Aer Lingusoutbound: Jan 3, 2020
1 stop (13h31m)
Aer Lingus
Aer Lingusreturn: Jan 10, 2020
direct (11h05m)
Aer Lingus
Lufthansaoutbound: Jan 3, 2020
2 stops (37h45m)
Lufthansareturn: Jan 10, 2020
2 stops (20h29m)
Air New Zealandoutbound: Apr 3, 2020
1 stop (15h35m)
Air New Zealand
Aer Lingusreturn: Apr 12, 2020
1 stop (33h50m)
Aer Lingus
Air Franceoutbound: Apr 3, 2020
1 stop (17h20m)
Air France
Delta Air Linesreturn: Apr 12, 2020
1 stop (19h54m)
Delta Air Lines

Mini guide: Cheap flights to Ireland, tourism and travel info

Flights to Ireland: need to know

Cheap airline tickets to Ireland

Welcome to the Emerald Isle! Ireland has four international airports but the cheapest flights to Ireland arrive in Dublin. From New York, over a dozen airlines fly non-stop to Dublin, including Delta Air Lines, United Airways, US Airways and Aer Lingus, Ireland’s national airline.

When to book the cheapest flights to Ireland

For cheap tickets to Ireland, winter is your best bet but don't go unless you really can handle the grey and wet weather. Most visitors tend to plan their vacations in Ireland in the summer, when you can spend most of your time outdoors when the sun is out.

  • Peak season: Summer, June to September.
  • Low season: Late fall to early spring, except St. Patrick’s Day.

Flight duration

A flight to Ireland from New York takes 7 hours.

Experience Ireland: sights, tours and activities

Ireland's landscapes are very impressive. The beautiful coast will take your breath away! The best way to visit this country is with a rental car, so you can explore at your own pace! The ring of Kerry is particularly breath taking. Irish cities have a lot to offer. Dublin is the top choice for St. Patrick's Day in March but the whole country joins in the celebration, everyone with pints of Guinness in hand.

Essentials in Ireland

Dublin: Start your trip in Ireland off in Dublin, the country’s capital. This is a city of literature and you'll find so many historical references from favourites by Oscar Wilde, James Joyce and others. The Guinness Brewery is a must, as is Dublin Castle and a tour of Trinity College.

Cork: Located in the south, Cork is the second largest city in Ireland and its sights are well worth seeing. Blarney Castle, St. Mary's Cathedral and the Red Abbey should be at the top of your sightseeing list when visiting Cork.

Kilkenny: Kilkenny is located in the heart of Ireland, surrounded by lush greenery. This medieval town is so typically Irish; you'll fall in love with its charm. It makes a great day trip from Dublin.

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Hotels and accommodation in Ireland

The Emerald Isle offers plenty of options when it comes to accommodations for your vacation. Public holidays are the trickiest times to find hotels, particularly in the bigger cities like Dublin and Cork. If you plan to visit during peak times, make sure you book your flights to Ireland and your hotels well in advance.

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