Category Archives: Fly to Ireland
Tweet Cork city in Ireland is set to see a boost this year with the announcement of a new, direct summer route to from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Cork with Air France.
Tweet Tourism Ireland were showcasing the best of Ireland to over 400 top international buyers from 40 countries at the ExploreGB 2017 exhibition in Brighton recently. Some of the world’s top international buyers from countries, including the US, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Australia, … Continue reading
Tweet According to the Central Statistics Office (CSO) there is an increase in 16.6 percent in the overall number of foreign visitors taking vacations in Ireland between January and March compared to the same period in 2015.
The first transatlantic flights from Cork Airport are scheduled to take off in early 2016 and will be operated by Norwegian Air International. Continue reading
The Aer Lingus College Football Classic will see Boston College take on Georgia Tech at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday, 3rd September, 2016. Continue reading
Great news for Irish tourism with Ireland climbing to 19th in the World Economic Forum’s Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report Continue reading
Tourism Ireland and Transavia target Paris Metro commuters with promotional campaign to raise awareness of new flights from Paris to Dublin with French airline Transavia. Continue reading
Tweet In 2014 an estimated 1.2 million visitors from the United States took a vacation in Ireland. This figure was a 15 percent from 2013 and it set a new record according to Tourism Ireland, who additionally plan to build … Continue reading
Tweet Aer Lingus have recently announced new direct flights from Washington DC, San Francisco, New York and Orlando. These are planned as part of the airline’s Summer 2015 schedule. The Washington DC flight in particular is set to run four … Continue reading
The Central Statistics Office of Ireland released figures showing steady growth in the number of visitors to Ireland during the first half of 2014. Continue reading