Aer Lingus Extends Booking Period for September ‘Take Off’ Sale

Aer Lingus’ late summer sale continues to fly this week, providing great reductions on its direct flights from Manchester to North America and the Caribbean

Aer Lingus’ late summer sale continues to fly this week, providing great reductions on its direct flights to North America and the Caribbean, giving customers the chance to book that well-needed break following the end of the school holidays.

Customers will be able to enjoy savings on flights from Manchester to JFK, New York each-way when booked as a return trip.

For those flying to find the winter sunshine, Aer Lingus are also offering great value fares to Orlando and Barbados  when booked as a return journey.

To give customers more flexibility when booking their well-earned escapes, these deals are available for a huge five-month travel period, between 1 November 2022 and 31 March 2023.

The longer than usual travel period will also give travelling customers the opportunity to choose from a long list of exciting events in each destination.

Take to the beaches of Barbados over the New Year and experience the famous ‘Final Sunset’ celebrations in Bridgetown, by sipping on a delicious Barbadian rum cocktail as the fireworks burst into Caribbean colour on the horizon, or bring in 2023 with a tropical dance party at the prestigious Tides Restaurant & Bar on the West Coast of the island.

Bring your festivities to ‘The Big Apple’ by taking to the ice at the Rockefeller Centre’s world-famous rink, bask in the magic of a brilliant Broadway production or reminisce on the Refinery rooftop toasting the New Year with some of the best Christmas cocktails Manhattan has to offer.

Make it a March to remember at Mardi Gras in the Marketplace at Avalon Park in Orlando – or party along with a parade at Universal Studios while getting your thrill fix on the adrenaline fuelled theme park rides.

Whatever your trip, it’s best to ‘Take Off’ with the Aer Lingus sale from Manchester, by visiting www.aerlingus.com.

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