Aer Lingus are having a whopper Halloween sale with prices to America from €159 each way 3 years ago

Aer Lingus are having a whopper Halloween sale with prices to America from €159 each way

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So lads, Halloween is just a few days away, and we're terribly excited.


The scary movies, the costumes, the extreme amount of sugar consumption - what's not to love?

But if we're being super honest, we're mainly excited by all the unreal Halloween sales popping up lately.

In fact, today, Aer Lingus announced an unreal Halloween sale, with prices to North America from just €159 each way.

Sure, that's for nothing.


Currently, Aer Lingus has 16 direct routes from Ireland to North America and has launched seven new direct transatlantic services to Los Angeles, Newark, Hartford, Miami, Philadelphia, Seattle and Minneapolis-St. Paul in the last four years.

SO there's plenty of choice.

You can get flights to Washington and Hartford for just €149 each way.

Chicago is coming in at €174 each way, and Orlando is going for €188 each way.


All such good prices.

To avail of these prices, you have to travel between 01 November 2019 to 31 March 2020.

The sale comes just two months after Norwegian Air announced it would be ending its transatlantic routes because they're not "commercially viable".

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And like the sound people they are, Aer Lingus stepped in with special offers to help accommodate those Norwegian passengers who lost their flights.

At the time, Aer Lingus Chief Operating Officer Mike Rutter said:

“We seek to operate in a competitive environment offering our guests value and award-winning service."

"While the aviation industry is faced with many challenges at present, at Aer Lingus we remain focused on continuing to operate our extensive European and North American networks to service the needs of our guests."

"We’re proud to have connected Ireland to North America for more than 60 years and wish to reassure our Irish guests that we’re planning for the next 60 with more new routes to come."


"The demand for travel to North America continues to grow and having launched our latest Autumn fares, there’s no better time for our Irish travellers to jet off."