Fly from Providence to Dublin for $369 roundtrip for late summer through December. August dates available!
While Norwegian has been busy on this route for a while, the grounding of the 737 MAX has put this route on hold, allowing other airlines like American and United to swoop in and offer some fantastic fares.
As an example, I found seats departing PVD on Friday, August 16 returning from DUB on Sunday, August 25, 2019. Still in the peak summer travel window!
Travel is available daily starting in mid-August through mid-December. Travel days will vary by month, but you should be able to find inventory if your travel dates are flexible. A Saturday night stay is required.
This international Basic Economy fare only includes one small personal item and a full-size carry-on bag. Checked bag fees start at $60 each way.
Seats will be assigned at random upon check-in for this price. You may pay a fee (for each flight leg) to choose specific seats.
On United, for an additional $160 roundtrip, you can purchase a standard Economy fare, which includes standard advanced seat selection, one piece of checked luggage, and allows ticket changes/upgrades for a fee.
If you prefer to fly American, you'll most likely have to book via a third party site like Orbitz, Priceline, or Expedia as the price jumps up when booking directly with the airline. Fares will book into Basic Economy with similar restrictions as United.
Related: A New Look at Basic Economy for Transatlantic International Travel
See our fare details for booking info.
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Need a room on the Emerald Isle? Here's what's available in Dublin for the above dates on Hotelwatchdog.