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As Low as $394.27 to Europe 2023: Aer Lingus Sale

Transatlantic. Round trip. Including all taxes.

You can pay as low as $394.27 to Europe 2023: Aer Lingus Sale 2023 is offering at least three deals which are worthy of your consideration for seats in the economy class cabin aboard airplanes for round trip transatlantic flights — depending on the time of year…

As Low as $394.27 to Europe 2023: Aer Lingus Sale

…but you must purchase your tickets by Monday, June 5, 2023 at 6:59 in the evening Eastern Daylight Time in order to take advantage of this sale; and your itinerary must originate in North America.

The sale fares start as low as:

  • $394.27 for travel between Wednesday, November 1, 2023 and Friday, December 15, 2023
  • $439.00 for travel between Friday, September 1, 2023 and Tuesday, October 31, 2023
  • $499.00 for travel to Ireland only between Wednesday, August 23, 2023 and Thursday, August 31, 2023
a screenshot of a price list
Click on the image for an enlarged version. Source: Aer Lingus.

Keep in mind that the lowest fares are Saver fares — which do not include advance seat selection, a checked bag, and eligibility for a refund voucher — and not a Smart fare nor a Flex fare.

Select Terms and Conditions

Fares are not refundable — except that if the reservation is cancelled within 24 hours after it was booked, the amounts will be refunded provided that the reservation was booked a minimum of one week prior to departure.

Fares are round trip per person — including carrier and government-imposed taxes and fees. Fares are subject to availability in Economy Class; may not be available on all flights and may not be available during holidays or other peak travel days. Saturday night minimum stay is required. This offer is valid for new reservations only; and tickets must be purchased at the time of booking the reservation. Children and infants who are eleven years of age or younger will be charged ten percent of the adult fare.

This offer cannot be combined with any other discounts or promotions.

Travel to Great Britain or Continental Europe are via connecting service in Dublin, Ireland; may require a stopover in Dublin at no additional charge; and may be operated by partner airlines Emerald Airlines — which operates as Aer Lingus Regional — and British Airways. Service from New York and Orlando to Manchester are operated by Aer Lingus UK (Limited).

Other restrictions, terms, and conditions may apply.

Final Boarding Call

Photograph ©2014 by Brian Cohen.

The Aer Lingus Sale 2023 offers some interesting deals from which you can potentially benefit — but if you do plan on taking advantage of this sale, do so as soon as possible before supplies are depleted or before the sale concludes.

In the meantime, here are some ideas on what to do in Ireland based on my experiences:

All photographs ©2014 and ©2017 by Brian Cohen.

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  1. Brian, We just returned from Europe flying there on Aer Lingus to Paris, in all my years of flying for business and pleasure I have never had worst experience. Service SEA to DUB was abysmal the FA’s more interested in chatting than service, bathrooms were left to deteriorate through the flight. Of course food service matched the quality of the service. Changing planes in Dublin was a nightmare with no real “adult supervision” and to boot the FA on the Dublin to Paris flight pre flight announcement informed us that nothing is free on this flight including water. The seat pockets were even sewn shut !!!! Horrible. We canceled our return trip on Aer Lingus and flew BA. All we could get was premium coach which was superior to Aer Lingus biz.

    I could go on but you get the idea.

    1. I am so disappointed to read about your experience, Ghostrider5408.

      When did Aer Lingus become an ultra-low-cost airline?

  2. Aer Lingus has attempted to make itself the alternative to London as a gateway to Europe to it has failed miserably. They are the “step child” of BA as such promoting itself also as a low cost alternative as your story reads. As a AS MM’er I am “stuck” with One World, I still remember when we partnered with Delta and had much better options. BA for all its faults is still in the world of redemptions still a viable deal. Premium Coach on BA is a nice product and if you book well enough in advance you can get the outboard 2×2 seating.

    I suggest maybe you take a AER flight and connect to somewhere in the EU and let us know your thoughts.

    1. I intend to try out Aer Lingus one day, Ghostrider5408 — and when I do, I will report on the experience.

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