$89 Flights to Ireland (Dublin, Shannon, Belfast) from New York & Boston

Norwegian Air has launched a 4 day sale with major price drops to 3 Irish cities – Dublin, Shannon, and Belfast from New York and Boston for $89.30 one-way through October 26th.  There’s three catches:

  1. You’ll have to fly from Stewart International Airport (SWF) – 60 miles north of NYC, though shuttle bus options are priced at $20 or from Providence/Boston-TF Green (PVD)
  2. Return fares are pricing between $120 – $299 depending on your return date
  3. You will be flying with Norwegian Air which means you should consider a few things – no checked baggage included with your standard ticket, always the potential that your new 737-8 MAX aircraft is replaced with an older aircraft that’s leased from a contracted carrier (happened to three friends)
  4. Also be aware that reader Mike points out that “the 737 is just seats so you need to plan for lesser niceties and an older seat and plane. I looked at a flight in May on Google flights and it indicates leg room of 30in which I think means its the 737. Also, SWF is super small so although there is a store and grab n go, its nothing like the choices you would get at JFK. A deal is a deal though and once in DUB or whatever city you get to, the fun begins. Cheers!”

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  1. Hey Adam, out of SWF they are flying 737s and not the new long range type (at least yet I dont think). We caught a similar fare last year and had a great time but the 787 to Oslo, for instance, has video, in-seat ordering, etc. The 737 is just seats so you need to plan for lesser niceties and an older seat and plane. I looked at a flight in May on Google flights and it indicates leg room of 30in which I think means its the 737. Also, SWF is super small so although there is a store and grab n go, its nothing like the choices you would get at JFK. A deal is a deal though and once in DUB or whatever city you get to, the fun begins. Cheers!

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