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EI Business class: USA - EU from $1,437 RT

EI Business class: USA - EU from $1,437 RT

Old Mar 10, 20, 3:50 am
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EI Business class: USA - EU from $1,437 RT

Aer Lingus with good fares from various American cities to various European cities. Some departing cities are cheaper than others.

Book on/before: 18 MAR

Travel in: MAR - APR

Departing:

New York
Boston
Philadelphia
Washington
Atlanta
Miami
Chicago
Orlando

Example Destinations:


Dublin $1,437
Vienna $1,564 Google Flights - Skyscanner
Hamburg $1,595
Zürich $1,665 Google Flights - Skyscanner
Tenerife $1,688
London $1,703
Edinburgh $1,754
Lyon $1,762
Birmingham $1,786
Frankfurt $1,791

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Source: Aer Lingus Business Class Sale to Europe from $1,437 RT
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Old Mar 10, 20, 4:43 am
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The DUB-EU flights are in Y, EI doesn't have intra-EU J.
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Old Mar 10, 20, 5:25 am
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Departing from DUB-USA is also a reasonable fare. £1,280 approx.
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Old Mar 10, 20, 6:29 am
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Originally Posted by redadeco View Post
The DUB-EU flights are in Y, EI doesn't have intra-EU J.
It does, with lie-flat seats on brand new A321neo-LR aircraft, on a limited number of rotations from both DUB and SNN to destinations such as LHR.

https://www.aerlingus.com/experience...business-cabin
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Old Mar 10, 20, 11:04 am
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From Toronto you can book for even cheaper: Google Flights

Examples:

Dublin $1,137
Malaga $1,275
Hamburg $1,315
Lyon $1,322
Glasgow $1,329
Paris $1,440

(found on premium-flights.com)
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Old Mar 10, 20, 12:45 pm
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Connecting business passengers also get access to AerSpace, EI's 'business-lite' product
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Old Mar 11, 20, 12:32 am
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Originally Posted by Flyingfares View Post
From Toronto you can book for even cheaper: Google Flights

Examples:

Dublin $1,137
Malaga $1,275
Hamburg $1,315
Lyon $1,322
Glasgow $1,329
Paris $1,440

(found on premium-flights.com)
AMS, Germany and France under $1200. Unfortunately it's only until April.
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Old Mar 11, 20, 2:08 pm
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MCO-DUB RT ~US 1,700 thru April. Good fare
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Old Mar 12, 20, 7:28 am
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With the announcement last night of the European travel ban does that apply to US citizens that travel to Europe and try to get back to the States?
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Old Mar 12, 20, 7:46 am
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Originally Posted by danteshors View Post
With the announcement last night of the European travel ban does that apply to US citizens that travel to Europe and try to get back to the States?
US citizens are exempted from the US ban. And given the lack of testing capabilities for this virus in the US, the odds are we would get back into the US just fine unless and until exhibiting symptoms of sort on arrival or they put in a quarantine on arrival for those returning from blacklisted areas. Keep in mind that even when the China ban hit, most US citizens coming back to the US from most parts of China were not told to go into quarantine.
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Old Mar 13, 20, 12:32 am
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Originally Posted by GUWonder View Post
US citizens are exempted from the US ban. And given the lack of testing capabilities for this virus in the US, the odds are we would get back into the US just fine unless and until exhibiting symptoms of sort on arrival or they put in a quarantine on arrival for those returning from blacklisted areas. Keep in mind that even when the China ban hit, most US citizens coming back to the US from most parts of China were not told to go into quarantine.
I think this is a naive approach. The situation today is not comparable with 1 month ago since there is a pandemic outbreak of the virus now.
You assume EI (and other airlines) will keep on flying as if business is as usual but the reality is that there will be massive cancelations and probably many routes will be suspended until after the ban.
So really, who wants to travel these days and put themselves and others in risk?
We need to become realistic here.
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Old Mar 13, 20, 5:58 am
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Originally Posted by BobTL View Post
I think this is a naive approach. The situation today is not comparable with 1 month ago since there is a pandemic outbreak of the virus now.
You assume EI (and other airlines) will keep on flying as if business is as usual but the reality is that there will be massive cancelations and probably many routes will be suspended until after the ban.
So really, who wants to travel these days and put themselves and others in risk?
We need to become realistic here.
I continue to assume further massively flight reductions for TATL flying, and I continue to assume that today is not the same as a month ago.I don’t come up with these policies and practices. I continue to acknowledge what is real now and what is historical in this regard.

The US travel ban has spurred people to fly sooner and more this weekend than was the case at the beginning of the week. Maybe this is why some experts say a broad travel ban isn’t a great way to even slowdown a pandemic.
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