Deal Alert: New York, Providence to Ireland for $243+ Round-Trip on Norwegian
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Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, Norwegian Air is offering a four-day sale on flights to the Emerald Isle. Outbound flights from Providence/Boston (PVD) and New York Stewart (SWF) into Dublin (DUB), Shannon (SNN) and Belfast (BFS) begin at just $90, with return flights about $50 pricier starting at $144. The lowest rates are in Norwegian’s LowFare class, which doesn’t include checked bags or seat selection. LowFare+ tickets include both options and average $60 more each way. For NYC-based travelers, the Stewart Airport Express shuttle bus offers direct transportation from Manhattan for $20.
Norwegian was ranked the world’s best low-cost, long-haul carrier by air transport rating organization Skytrax, and TPG staff members have enjoyed previous trips with the airline on other routes. At this price point, this could be just the nudge you need to try out a new airline and a new destination.
Routes: PVD/SWF to BFS/SNN/DUB
Cost: $243+ round-trip in basic economy
Dates: April – June, August – 2018
Booking Link: Directly with the airline
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Providence/Boston (PVD) to Shannon, Ireland (SNN) for $243 in LowFare in April round-trip:
New York-Stewart (SWF) to Dublin (DUB) for $244 in LowFare in May round-trip:
New York-Stewart (SWF) to Dublin (DUB) for $244 in LowFare in June round-trip:
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