There is a new sale on offer for Aer Lingus flights from the US. And its sparking a fare ware with Delta already joining in.
At last, there’s been a dramatic collapse in the transatlantic airfare structure. Initiated by the Irish carrier Aer Lingus, it permits you to fly during any of the late fall and winter months for $601 round-trip between New York and Dublin, including all government fees and taxes, and including fuel surcharge. From November through early March, you simply choose any of numerous dates (not all of them, but many of them) when you can fly eastbound for $273, all-in, and westbound for $328 all-in, for that total of $601. Aer Lingus doesn’t fly every day of the week in the deep winter; you’ll have to study the charts carefully; but by choosing dates when these ultra-low fares apply, you can cross the Atlantic for the price that used to be charged several years ago, before trans-Atlantic airfares skyrocketed.
More details on the Frommers Blog