Viva Las Lingus: Ireland’s leading airline heads for Sin City

Travellers can experience the glitz and glam of Las Vegas from October 2024 as Aer Lingus continues to expand its transatlantic offering.

The airline will operate flights to the entertainment capital of the world three times per week from Dublin on October 25th, 2024, until April 29th, 2025, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

Lynne Embleton, Aer Lingus’ chief officer, stated it has been the airline’s “long-held ambition” to fly to Las Vegas and the new route marks a “significant moment for us and our customers.”

Steve Hill, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, commented: “In 2023, our city welcomed more than 52,000 visitors from Ireland, and this direct, nonstop service from Dublin will undoubtedly be motivation for Irish travellers and visitors from the UK and Europe to discover everything Las Vegas has to offer.”

Renowned as one of the greatest entertainment capitals of the world, the winter entertainment scene is sure to impress any traveller, with the Cirque du Soleil continuing to reach spell bounding heights and Adele’s residency set to close its final curtain in November. From sports enthusiasts to nature lovers to culinary connoisseurs, there is something for everybody to enjoy in the heart of the city.

Return fares lead in from £569. Customers can also take advantage of strong connection links from Manchester, London, Glasgow and Edinburgh through Aer Lingus’ Dublin hub.