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Currach, Shannon estuary

Getting To And Around Ireland

By Plane from from USA & Canada:

Dublin Airport offers 12 scheduled services to North America with many of these destinations offering great connections for travellers from the US and Canada. The US network expanded in 2012 with a new daily service to New York JFK by American Airlines, and higher frequencies on existing routes by Aer Lingus and Delta.

Shannon airport also has direct flights from the US and enables travellers to start their holiday in the west of Ireland. It is a small airport and very user friendly with no long queues.

By Plane from Europe:

Dublin Airport connects with over 100 European Airports. The long-haul network at Dublin Airport provides a good choice of destinations, with 12 scheduled services to North America and with many of these destinations offering great connections for further travel within the US and Canada.
The airport also serves the Middle East with 10 flights per week to Abu Dhabi by Etihad and daily flights to Dubai by Emirates.
Ryan Air, Aer Lingus, Air France, Lufthansa, Iberia, Alitalia

Cork City Airport - Europe & Britain

Shannon Airport (West of Ireland) - USA, Europe & Britain

Knock Airport - Europe & Britain

Kerry Airport - Germany & Britain

By Plane - Rest of The World:

Dublin airport serves the Middle East with 10 flights per week to Abu Dhabi by Etihad and daily flights to Dubai by Emirates -all with Asian and Austral Asian connections.

By Ferry From Britain

By Ferry From France

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