Aer Lingus will re-start its direct service from Dublin to Orlando. From this Saturday 27th of November, customers will be able to travel direct to Florida, following the lifting of travel restrictions to the US earlier this month.
From this weekend, Dublin to Orlando will operate three flights per week to connect families, friends, and business in the run up to the holiday period. This weekly schedule of direct flights to Orlando will fly on Saturday, Tuesday and Thursday with fares starting from €169 each way, including taxes and charges.
Re-connecting Ireland with the South East of the US for the first time since March 2020, the direct Dublin to Orlando route is hugely important for recreational travel in Ireland. Orlando has some of the world’s most popular theme parks and is a firm favourite for family trips throughout the year.
Home to Magic Kingdom Park, the impressive Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld’s up-close animal encounters, Orlando has long been a popular tourist destination for families looking for the holiday of a lifetime.
Those looking to visit the Sunshine State can avail of the great Black Flyday offers on flights to the US with Aer Lingus. With 13 direct routes between North America and Ireland, including New York, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Orlando, Washington, Seattle, and Philadelphia, offers, which run until 30th of November, include €100 off return flights to North America and €200 off return business class tickets valid for travel from 1st January to 31st May 2022. In March, Aer Lingus will re-introduce flights to the USA from Shannon, with 14 flights a week to New York and Boston.
As always, customers flying to North America with Aer Lingus will enjoy complimentary meals and drinks, endless hours of in-flight entertainment and US Customs and Border pre-clearance at Dublin and Shannon airports.