Flights to Dublin from $986 on Etihad

Stephanie Yip 4 April 2017 NEWS

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Etihad is giving us luxury for less.

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Luxury carrier Etihad has balled us over with cheap flights to Dublin with fares starting at $986 return.

This tantalising price point is for flights departing Adelaide for the green isles, however other major cities are also doing a jig with fares not too far off this mark.

Sample fares include:

  • Adelaide to Dublin from $986 return
  • Perth to Dublin from $1,076 return
  • Melbourne to Dublin from $1,072 return
  • Sydney to Dublin from $1,164
  • Brisbane to Dublin from $1,185 (flying a combination of Etihad and Virgin Australia flights)

Book here: These prices are for various dates between May and October this year and can be booked with Etihad direct via a search. I Want That Flight can help you find the dates with the cheapest fares.

With flights to Europe often below $1,000 these days, you may be wondering if these fares are worthwhile. Well, to compare with a similar airline, Emirates was offering $1,469 returns in celebration of St Patrick's Day last month. And yes, that was a sale price.

Etihad is an all-inclusive carrier so you won't have to worry about paying extra for features such as checked luggage and in-flight meals. These fares aren't part of any particular promotion, so you'll have to snap them up quickly as they're only around until sold out.

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