25 percent Discount on Shannon’s Top Attractions with Aer Lingus Regional
Tuesday 17, August 2010
Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Aer Arann has teamed up with Ireland’s Shannon Region to offer its visiting passengers significant discounts on the areas top amenities and attractions.
All passengers travelling to Shannon with Aer Lingus Regional from Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow and Manchester will be offered a FREE 25% discount card after boarding their flight. The card can then used to receive the discount on entry to fantastic attractions such as Bunratty Castle’s Medieval and Irish nights, Lahinch Surf School, The Burren Centre, Kilrush Golf Club and much more.
Details on how to redeem the 25% discount and a full list of the destinations and attractions where the card is valid is available on www.shortbreaksireland.ie
Aer Lingus Regional is a joint franchise arrangement between Aer Arann and Aer Lingus which operates direct flights to Shannon. The airlines recently announced an expansion of the franchise with additional frequencies on flights to Cork from Manchester and Birmingham beginning on October 31st. All Aer Lingus Regional flights can be booked on www.aerlingus.com with fares starting from £29.99/ €29.99 one way including taxes.
Shannon is situated in the county of Clare which is renowned for its rich music scene, stunning scenery and endless amenities. Shannon Airport is the ideal gateway to the region as it is not only conveniently located in Clare but is also only a short distance from the neighbouring city of Limerick where superb shopping and nightlife is paramount, not to mention that it houses the famous Thomond Park, home to the Munster Rugby team. For more information on all that the Shannon Region has to offer visit www.discoverireland.ie/clare
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