It was just announced today that there will be a new year-round service route to Iceland from Dublin.
Icelandair will launch the six-times weekly service between Dublin and Reykjavik starting from May next year.
So if you ever wanted to plan a trip to Iceland, now is the chance!
The new service with a Boeing 757-200 aircraft will operate flights Sunday to Friday departing from Keflavik Airport at 7.30am and arriving in Dublin Airport at 9.15am.
There will be return flights departing from Dublin at 11.50am and arriving in Kelfavik at 1.15pm.
The new service will also have connections to and from 20 gateways in North America, six days a week.
So it's definitely time to save and plan a getaway. Right?
Just look at how pretty Iceland is...
Speaking of the news, Dublin Airport Managing Director Vincent Harrison said, "Iceland is a very popular destination for short breaks and is on many people's bucket list and Dublin Airport warmly welcomes today’s announcement from Icelandair."
We don't know about you, but we'll definitely be planning a trip to see the Northern Lights.