Dublin flights from $969 return on a 5-star airline

Posted: 15 March 2018 1:20 pm

Experience the luck of the Irish with these cheap full-service flights to celebrate St Patrick's Day.

There's almost nothing more Australian than enjoying a pint or two or ten in an Irish pub on St Patrick’s Day on 17 March.

But what if you could experience the real deal, a cold Guinness in a traditional pub amongst the ancient castles, green hillsides and dramatic crumbling cliff sides?

Now, you can fly to Dublin from $969 return from seven Aussie cities during one of the best seasons to visit Ireland.

Flights are available from 10 October to 28 November with Cathay Pacific and the cheapest departure point is from Perth for $969.

Other sample fares include Adelaide to Dublin for $978 return, Melbourne to Dublin for $979 return, Sydney to Dublin for $989 return and Brisbane to Dublin for $999 return.

Check out the routes on offer below or head to Flight Centre to book your seat.

The sale ends 20 March 2018.

How good are these fares?

September to November is actually one of the best times to visit Ireland as you’ll find a happy medium of not too cool weather and travel outside of the peak tourist season. There’s also a greater chance of scoring a deal on accommodation and car rental to help you get around.

These prices are also comparatively some of the cheapest we’ve seen to Dublin when we look at recent sales with other full-service airlines. A Qantas sale started at $999 return for similar travel dates and a sale with Qatar and Etihad started with fares from $979.

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