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Aer Lingus To Connect Las Vegas and Dublin With New Service

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The luck of the Irish is coming to Vegas.

Aer Lingus — Ireland’s flag carrier — has confirmed it will launch a new service from the Irish capital of Dublin (DUB) to Las Vegas (LAS). Here’s what we know about the flight.

Details: New Nonstop Service from Las Vegas to Dublin

Aer Lingus is connecting 2 of the world’s destinations that are most synonymous with luck (or lack thereof!).

“On behalf of all of Las Vegas, we couldn’t be more thrilled to welcome Aer Lingus to Las Vegas for the very first time,” said Steve Hill, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.

This autumn, Aer Lingus will touch down in Las Vegas for the first time when its seasonal route from Dublin kicks off on October 25, 2024.

Dublin to Las Vegas
Until Aer Lingus’ new route launches in October, the only way to travel between Dublin and Las Vegas is with a layover. Image Credit: Flight Connections

“It is a long-held ambition of ours to fly to Las Vegas,” said Lynne Embleton, CEO at Aer Lingus. “The launch of this new Aer Lingus route is a significant moment for us and our customers.”

Aer Lingus will be the only airline to fly nonstop between the 2 cities. The Dublin to Las Vegas service will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays through April 29, 2025, with the following schedule:

  • Depart Dublin (DUB) 3:20 p.m. — Arrive Las Vegas (LAS) 6:50 p.m.
  • Depart Las Vegas (LAS) 7:35 p.m. — Arrive Dublin (DUB) 1:10 p.m. (+1)

Passengers will be onboard Aer Lingus’ fleet of Airbus A330-300 aircraft for the roughly 10-hour flight. These wide-body jets are fitted with both economy and business class cabins. The jets comprise a total of 317 seats, including 30 lie-flat business class seats and 287 standard economy seats.

Even better, round-trip fares from Las Vegas to Dublin in economy start at just $583!

Hot Tip:

Read up on our guide on the best ways to fly to Ireland with points and miles. Thanks to Aer Lingus being a Chase transfer partner, you can convert your points into Aer Club Avios and redeem them for economy and business class flights with Aer Lingus.

Final Thoughts

As luck would have it, Aer Lingus will be launching the only nonstop flight between the 2 cities. With flights starting under $600 round-trip, this could easily be one of the cheapest ways to get to Dublin — and onwards to Europe — from Las Vegas and the West Coast.

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Daniel has loved aviation and travel his entire life. He earned a Master of Science in Air Transport Management and has written about travel and aviation in publications like Simple Flying, The Points Guy, and more.

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