San Francisco to Dublin has just gotten so much easier

Are you coming to The Summit from the West Coast of America? Well it’s just got a whole lot easier.

Over the last few years many of our attendees have come from across the Atlantic. Unfortunately until now there has never been a way to get from The West Coast of the US to Dublin in one single journey. That’s all changed now. Since April of this year Aer Lingus have started running direct flights from San Francisco to Dublin Airport, no more stopovers, no more sitting in terminals, no more multiple flights.

This route has already proved unbelievably popular ahead of The Summit in November, with 1 flight fully booking out already, over 4 months before the event. But there are still flights available, and it would be foolish not to go for it – Here are all the available Aer Lingus routes in the week leading up to and after The Summit Dublin.

 

 

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