Las Vegas is going to launch flights to a major European Destination

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Las Vegas is soon going to get another European route this fall season.

Irish Airline Aer Lingus on this October 25 is going to launch some flights. They are going to launch 3x weekly services between Dublin and Harry Reid International Airports. This news became official on the last Tuesday.

Aer Lingus’s Airbus A330-300 flight, the biggest in its fleet. They have a capacity of 317 passengers.

Aer Lingus will start its seasonal service on April 29, 2025. They have come up with the schedule. Look below for it:

  • Flights from Las Vegas (LAS) to Dublin (DUB): 7:35 pm to 1:10 pm (+1)
  • Flights from Dublin(DUB) to Las Vegas(LAS): 3:20 pm to 05:50 pm. 

If you need an offer, you will have to travel on this flight. Aer Lingus is offering round-trip fares for under $550 on their website. 

Aer Lingus CEO, Lynne Embleton, has come up with some statements. He said, “Aer Lingus is coming up with this brilliant destination for Irish Customers wanting to escape to winter sun”.

Also, Las Vegas is known for its warm climate. They are renowned for being one of the greatest entertainment capitals in the world. Famous for its shows, concerts, sports events, and natural wonders. 

Dublin is becoming the sixth European city reachable to travelers based in Las Vegas. Before, the five European cities were Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, Manchester, and Zurich; according to Aer Lingus, the Dublin Hub is going to serve as a gateway for travelers from Ireland. It can also be somewhere in its European network by offering easy connections.

Aer Lingus has more than a dozen nonstop flights between the U.S. and Ireland. Before, they have seen success in smaller cities like Cleveland and Minneapolis.

If you are traveling via Dublin Airport Terminal 2, you will get a “U.S. Preclearance” facility. This makes your journey to your home from Ireland easy.

This new facility allows travelers to clear U.S. security and customs even before flying home. This will save you two hours of traveling. 

Why you should visit Las Vegas? 

If you are thinking about taking a summer trip, Las Vegas has to be at the top of your list. Another name for it is Sin City. In addition to being well-known for its nightlife and entertainment, Las Vegas also provides visitors with an adrenaline rush and a healthy dose of unspoiled beauty. 

There’s no other place that offers the same value for your money. It is inexpensive to go there. You can get five-star hotels for $100 a night, or sometimes even less, that would normally cost $800 per night in New York or San Francisco. 

The food is excellent and reasonably priced. At a fraction of the cost of Broadway or Los Angeles productions, you can choose from a wide variety of amazing shows. It’s impossible to surpass the mix of excellent services and reasonable costs.

Stay away from the casino shops! You won’t find any deals so near to the betting tables; those stores are meant to recuperate casino losses. But step out of the casinos, and you’ll find Las Vegas Premium Outlets and Fashion Outlets Las Vegas, two outlet complexes filled with luxury items at great prices. Vegas is also well-known for its pawn stores, as long as your goods are gently used.

More About Dublin

Every month, it feels like there is a completely new list of events, concerts, matches, exhibitions, shows, and other activities taking place in Dublin, many of which are unique to the city.

We’re right in the heart of the city, and so are some beautiful parks, such as St. Stephen’s Green across the street, The Iveagh Gardens just up the street, and Phoenix Park, Europe’s largest city center park.

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