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15-05-2019, 12:30   #1
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Non-stop from Dublin to many US cities from only €297 roundtrip with Aer Lingus

Non-stop flights from Dublin, Ireland to many US cities from only €297 roundtrip with Aer Lingus.

Fly to:
New York: €297
Boston: €298
Philadelphia: €298
Washington DC: €318
Miami: €318
Seattle: €338
Los Angeles: €358
San Francisco: €378

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15-05-2019, 13:41   #2
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Cabin Baggage only flights!
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Wonder if you can book a bag for just the return leg?
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Yes, add about 50-60 on to reach fare to include a bag
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hand luggage is enough these days.
who needs a check in bag?
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16-05-2019, 12:26   #6
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hand luggage is enough these days.
who needs a check in bag?

For a 2 week trip to the states? Don't want to spend half the holiday in a fecking launderette.
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For a 2 week trip to the states? Don't want to spend half the holiday in a fecking launderette.
Best tip I got from my old boss who travelled a lot for work was to drop you clothes in to be cleaned while travelling. I do it now on all work trips, come home with a suitcase of clean clothes. The US is perfect for it, all hotels usually have a service or even a laundry room.
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Regardless about a hotel or having a laundrette nearby it's not going to suit everybody.

The price is without bags which can be easily added like purchasing a pre selected seat. If you don't want it then so be it, doesn't detract from the bargain alert.
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If you're willing to fly cabin bags only I really do recommend Norwegian for New York at least (once their planes are back the prices will go back to around 200).

I go a lot, and I normally do Norwegian. I did United last week because of the 787 thing, and honestly. Plane touchdown to city centre from Newark took 15 minutes less than from Stewart, but was wwwwaaayyyy more stressful.
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booked for a week

10kg cabin bag more than enough.

bit of a pain to pay fifty quid to guarantee seats together but still a bargain

thanks op
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booked for a week

10kg cabin bag more than enough.

bit of a pain to pay fifty quid to guarantee seats together but still a bargain

thanks op
jaysis 50 quid to get seats together, what fresh hell is this? Knew Ryanair charge 3 or 4 euro but 50 quid, that is taking the p1ss
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jaysis 50 quid to get seats together, what fresh hell is this? Knew Ryanair charge 3 or 4 euro but 50 quid, that is taking the p1ss
ryanair charge a good bit more than that, sorry to be the bad news bearer.

bringing a youngun with us, otherwise id have taken the chance at check in
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bit of a pain to pay fifty quid to guarantee seats together but still a bargain
My missus would love to save €100 round trip
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ryanair charge a good bit more than that, sorry to be the bad news bearer.

bringing a youngun with us, otherwise id have taken the chance at check in
You will get seats together. I never check-in in advance with aerlingus, show up on the day and always get seats together.

Ryanair do the random seat assignment nonsense in order to force people to buy seats.
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bringing a youngun with us, otherwise id have taken the chance at check in
Let them try check your child in somewhere else, either ye get a break or they're seat neighbour will swap pretty quickly!
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