There are a number of airlines that fly directly to Ireland from major North American cities, with new routes being added annually. Most airline websites have a facility that will allow you to book your domestic connections and transatlantic flight on one ticket.
Flights from North America generally land in either Dublin Airport, which has most connections, or Shannon Airport, or Belfast International Airport, so please check the departure point of your trip (which will be one or other of these places) before booking.
Aer Lingus Ireland’s national airline which operates most flights from the USA and Canada in and out of both Dublin and Shannon, with direct flights to/from:
A number of US and Canadian airlines also operate direct flights to Dublin and/or Shannon, including:
There is also the option of connecting to Ireland through other European airports, using large international airlines such as KLM, Air France, Lufthansa and British Airways.
Tailor made trips generally start from the airport, where you’ll be met by your guide. As for small group tours, these will start at a railway station in the region in which you’re travelling. From your chosen airport, you may take a bus or a train to the rail station start of your trip.
North American travellers may want to spend a few nights pre-trip in Dublin, Belfast or the town where your trip starts. Not sure where to stay? Just ask us! Our friendly team of Adventure Consultants will be more than happy to provide a few recommendations or even build
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