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halloween in europe (2)

The spookiest night of the year is almost upon us. Luckily, Halloween this year falls just after the October Bank Holiday weekend, so you can book a last-minute weekend break, have a spine-tingling time there, and still be home in time for trick-or-treating. Here are five suggestions for places to enjoy Halloween in Europe: 1 […]

miami aer lingus

The latest transatlantic route by Aer Lingus is to sunny Miami, and it’s already proving popular with Irish holidaymakers. Flights began during September, and operate three times per week: on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Return fares begin at €417.80 for the ‘Saver’ option (10kg cabin bag allowed, meal served), and €497.80 for the ‘Smart’ option […]

low cost flights dublin north america

Icelandic budget airline WOW has launched a seat sale offering low cost flights from Dublin to North America from just €99.99 each way. The offer is valid for travel between November 1 and December 2013, 2017. There are nine destinations to choose from: Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Montreal, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Toronto, and Washington DC. […]

shannon airport

Shannon Airport was last week among the winners at the International World Routes Marketing Awards – for the fifth year in a row. The awards scheme recognises the success of new routes from airports worldwide. It is voted on by airlines, to recognise excellence in marketing new routes or strengthening existing ones. Shannon had a […]

christmas markets

Summer is over, children are back in school…and it won’t be long until the real countdown to Christmas begins. That means thousands of Irish couples and families will soon be booking short trips to Christmas Markets all over Europe. The travel industry reports this has been a growing trend in the past decade, with more […]

ryanair cancelled

Thousands of Irish people are being affected by Ryanair’s decision to cancel hundreds of flights over the next six weeks. Having travel plans messed up this way is a huge frustration and annoyance – but the airline is obliged to compensate you if you are affected. The main thing to do if your Ryanair flight […]

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