Fare Alert: Business Class Aer Lingus Sale from $1999

Aer Lingus is running a business class sale from New York JFK, Newark and Boston. Prices start at $1999 roundtrip.

Aer Lingus has a strong business class product considering the short flights between the East Coast and Ireland.

You’ll find these sale fares available pretty much every day, all that’s needed is availability in discounted business class ‘D’ inventory.

For instance,

Key things to know about Aer Lingus fare basis DHSL17US:

  • Travel permitted June 1 through September 1
  • Saturday night stay required
  • Tickets must be issued by March 21
  • These fares are refundable for a 15% fee
  • Changes are permitted to travel dates as long as you remain within the eligible travel period and the same fare class is available, otherwise you can pay difference in fare with no penalty.
  • Name changes are permitted for a $157 fee up to 1 hour prior to outbond departure

Even if you don’t want to travel to Ireland, use these fares as a jumping off point for Europe. Dublin airport is a great place to connect.

Aer Lingus offers single-cabin connections elsewhere on the continent, or book a low cost carrier connection.

Other cities the airline serves are on sale to though for somewhat more: $2,399 from Toronto, $2,599 roundtrip from Chicago, $3,199 from Washington Dulles, and $3599 from Los Angeles.

(HT: Joe Brancatelli)

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  1. Sadly it looks like they have not brought back the noon JFK-DUB for this coming summer. That was an amazing flight for redeyephobes like me.

  2. I understand it’s to Europe and as mentioned, Dublin is a great launch point to the rest of Europe but $2000 for a 6.5 hour flight really isn’t much of a deal.

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