Fancy a holiday?
Aer Lingus announced the return of its transatlantic service from Dublin to San Francisco.
From February 25th, the Golden city will be back on the Aer Lingus schedule, operating from Dublin four times per week and daily from March 26th.
To celebrate, Aer Lingus has offers on all transatlantic routes, with fares starting from €189 each way as part of a return trip, including taxes and charges.
The offer ends midnight February 28th and is valid for travel from March 1st until May 31st.
San Francisco is a popular tourist destination, renowned for its eclectic mix of architecture and landmarks, including the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz.
Speaking on the route restart, Bill Byrne, Executive Vice-President US at Aer Lingus said;
“We are delighted to resume the Dublin to San Francisco service and to unite friends, families and businesses once more, reconnecting our communities and economies.
"There’s no doubt that travel is back for 2022, and we are busy preparing operations for further route restarts."
Right, grab the passports!
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