• 3/22/2016 9:00 AM
  • Liu Yang

Cheap flights from Chicago to many Irish cities from just $420!

Take advantage of these cheap flights to Ireland

Star Alliance airlines are selling cheap flights from Chicago to Dublin, Cork, Kerry and Knock. Currently you can book the tickets to Ireland starting at only $420 round trip!

Take advantage of these cheap flights to Ireland! Dublin is really impressive! You’re gonna like for sure its paved streets, interesting museums, and especially Dubliners who are just in love in their beautiful old city. Go to the famous Guinness beer museum, spend some time in traditional Irish pubs or get to know the local cuisine. Visit and enjoy it!

Travel dates:
April – May 2016

Sample dates (Chicago – Dublin – Chicago): Mar 29 – Apr 5, Apr 4-9, 6-13, 11-19, May 1-9, 9-15, 12-22, 13-20, 22-29 and many more

Sample dates (Chicago – Kerry – Chicago): Apr 22-29, Apr 26 – May 3 and many more

Sample dates (Chicago – Knock – Chicago): Mar 29 – Apr 5, Mar 31 – Apr 7, Apr 10-17, 18-25, May 10-17, 16-23 and many more

Sample dates (Chicago – Cork – Chicago): Mar 29 – Apr 5, Apr 14-21, May 10-17, 14-21 and many more

Routing:
Chicago – Dublin – Chicago
Chicago – Cork – Chicago
Chicago – Kerry – Chicago
Chicago – Knock – Chicago

How to book:
Visit Momondo or just click the link below and adjust travel dates.

Baggage during the trip:
One cabin bag and one piece of checked in baggage per passenger.

Sample reservations:
Chicago – Dublin – Chicago >>
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Chicago – Cork – Chicago >>
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Chicago – Knock – Chicago >>
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Chicago – Kerry – Chicago >>
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Accommodation:
We recommend you to book 3* Abberley Court Hotel Tallaght, a 3-star accommodation with good reviews from $50 per night with free cancellation.

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Car:
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