6th March 2016

Cornwall Airport Newquay Announces Dublin 2016 Schedule

The saying the luck of the Irish rings true as from 14th March of this year four flights per week, Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday will increase to six flights per week in April from Newquay Airport to Dublin.

Dublin is a thriving vibrant city renowned not only for the black stuff, Guinness, but for its love of culture, good food, music and Museums, admittedly weather wise it’s like the rest of the UK, but who cares when there is so much to do and see.

Not only is this excellent news for the folk living at the furthest most point in the UK but for travellers wishing to travel further afield, to the United States for example, there is the possibility that a forward connection flight to the States could be possible with the US customs pre clearance taking place at Dublin Airport.

To recap therefore, you fly from Newquay to Dublin, enjoy a few days in this wonderful city and then you are ready for a long flight to the USA and you do not have to travel to London, Manchester to do so. It is of course a two - way win-win situation.   Cornwall is an easier location for the Irish and American people to get too and Cornwall is another world wide popular destination because of its location, its weather, better than the most of Britain being across from France, the surf, famous for the Surf, the Seafood, wonderful beaches, so to be able to open its doors to our American cousins easier than before can only be to the good for all concerned.

The good news doesn’t end there, the price, ah the price, well they start from just under £25 for one way Newquay/ Dublin, so as the saying goes, “what’s not to like”.