Kerry is probably one of the best counties to visit for a weekend getaway for two or on a trip with friends.
So we were delighted to hear that Aer Lingus is increasing its Dublin to Kerry service by 30% this winter.
The airline has announced 9,500 extra seats on the government subsidised route as part of a broader intiative to grow its regional services to over 735,000 seats across 20 routes later this year.
According to Independent.ie, Stobart Air (which runs Aer Lingus Regional via a franchise agreement) renewed its contract under a Public Service Agreement (PSO) to run services from Dublin to Kerry and Donegal until 2022.
The Dublin to Kerry route will be serviced from a larger 72 seat aircraft from now on.
Aer Lingus’ winter schedule will start from the 28th of October.
P.S. Dublin to Kerry flights start from €41 which is about the same as the train.