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New flights from Dublin to Corfu

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Bolton, United...
Destination Expert
for Corfu, Agios Gordios
posts: 2,391
reviews: 12
New flights from Dublin to Corfu

http://www.aerlingus.com/en-GB/home/index.jsp

Every Sunday from 31/3/13, tried dates in May and only 195 Euros, not bad!!

Corfu, Kerkira...
posts: 99
1. Re: New flights from Dublin to Corfu

Excellent addition to the network Dublin-Corfu direct.

Galway, Ireland
Destination Expert
for Galway
posts: 1,945
reviews: 2
2. Re: New flights from Dublin to Corfu

Thanks Ziggyboy

Good news indeed. Before this the only way to get to Corfu (or anywhere else) independently was via a charter flight which are usually well over 300e!

They do have added extras like paying for baggage and seating etc and are prone to (threaten) going on strike every now and then but all in all are a good airline.

ireland
posts: 293
reviews: 43
3. Re: New flights from Dublin to Corfu

Excellent news for Corfu as we would love to try this island. How long are the flights and what would temperatures be like in May?

Galway, Ireland
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for Galway
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4. Re: New flights from Dublin to Corfu

Sissy - flight time from Ireland is about 3hours15mins - 3.5 hours. We've gone a couple of times the last weekend in May and temps have been about 27 Degrees.

Definetly go - Corfu is lovely

ireland
posts: 38
reviews: 2
5. Re: New flights from Dublin to Corfu

Hi Worldwier Ireland just wondering if you can let me know the best location to stay with teenages as we have not been to Corfu and think we would like to try out this island in july

Galway, Ireland
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for Galway
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6. Re: New flights from Dublin to Corfu

Hi Irelandwexford

We dont travel with teenagers and prefer somewhere quieter so im not sure I could recommend where to go. We've been to Dassia and Messonghi (spelling!) a couple of times and liked them, but they might be a bit quiet for teenagers.

Im sure other Corfu regulars would be able to recommend where to go with teenages - Sidari might be an option?

Roda, Greece
Destination Expert
for Corfu, Roda
posts: 2,000
reviews: 22
7. Re: New flights from Dublin to Corfu

Have a look at Roda also, IrelandWexford - something for everyone.

http://www.rodaonline.org/

Steve

Bolton, United...
Destination Expert
for Corfu, Agios Gordios
posts: 2,391
reviews: 12
8. Re: New flights from Dublin to Corfu

If I had teens I wouls go for Kassiopi, water sports, good diving, plenty of bars without going over the top and boat trips from the harbour.

http://www.kassiopi-bliss.com/

Dublin, Ireland
posts: 607
reviews: 16
9. Re: New flights from Dublin to Corfu

Great news on the flights to Corfu never been my self love to go first week in June must have a look on where to stay and the flights too that's great news!!!

Corfu, Greece
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reviews: 2
10. Re: New flights from Dublin to Corfu

Living on Corfu for many years, i have befriended many a visitor from the Emerald Isle, their biggest problem was getting here direct (independantly) Such welcome news that Air Lingus have taken the plunge, WELL DONE.

Come visit Messonghi a lovely little place for young and old alike!!

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