The Aer Lingus summer sale has been extended so it's time to grab your flights to Ireland! 

Are you dreaming of gazing over the Atlantic Ocean from the Cliffs of Moher on a long summer's day? Or hoping to make the most of the long days by sitting outside a pub taking in the atmosphere on Dublin's cobbled streets? Well, there's no better time to turn it into reality with the announcement that Aer Lingus are extending their summer sale, slashing their prices to Europe and Ireland, in particular, over the summer months. 

Find amazing Aer Lingus summer fares here. 

Flying to Dublin from 11 U.S. cities and to Shannon airport from New York JFK and from Boston, you can get a round-trip journey on the 4-star service airline for anything from $496 dollars if you're traveling between July 1, 2018, and August 22, 2018. 

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Flights from $619 will get you from Boston or New York to Shannon, while round-trip tickets from LAX are priced from $816. 

Flights over the spring period will bring you to Ireland until June 15 and start from a $385 round-trip flight from Boston to either Dublin or Shannon.  

Launching a Seattle and a Miami route to Ireland in the last couple of months, the Irish airline is planning ten new routes from the US to Ireland over the next five years, the CEO of International Airlines Group Willie Walsh said in October 2017.

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Among the markets believed to be under consideration are Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, San Diego, Seattle, Detroit among others.

The airline also released its saver fare in 2017, a fare that will offer transatlantic travel between Ireland and North America for as little as $201 (€169) each way as part of a return trip. 

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