Aer Lingus Adds New Flight To Dublin

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The Guinness Storehouse's Gravity Bar offers unparalleled views of Dublin
The Guinness Storehouse's Gravity Bar offers unparalleled views of Dublin.

Whether your clients are looking to throw back a pint or two of Guinness in its birthplace or discover the stunning natural beauty that earned Ireland its nickname as the Emerald Isle, Aer Lingus is getting visitors there faster with a new route between South Florida and Dublin.

As of Sept. 1, 2017, travelers can fly on one of three weekly non-stop flights between Miami International Airport and Ireland’s capital city. For many clients, especially those on the east coast of the U.S., this route would land them in Ireland in the same time or less than it would take to reach the west coast of the U.S., making it an increasingly appealing option when put in that perspective.

Once in Ireland, both fans and critics of the nation’s most widely known dark stout would be remiss to skip out on a visit to the Guinness Storehouse. There, visitors can learn about over 250 years of the brand’s history, perfect the art of pouring (and drinking) the perfect pint, and admire unobstructed, 360-degree views of Dublin’s skyline outside the floor-to-ceiling windows of the Storehouse’s seventh floor Gravity Bar.

With Tourism Ireland data showing that Americans are most interested in visiting Dublin between October and December, now is the time to start booking your client’s trips to the Emerald Isle.

For more information, visit aerlingus.com.

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