|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|LHR||Shannon||Jan 12 - Aug 5||$235|
|JFK||Shannon||Nov 5 - Nov 9||$523|
|JFK||Shannon||Nov 5 - Nov 9||$523|
|BOS||Shannon||Dec 30 - Jan 16||$523|
|EWR||Shannon||Dec 25 - Dec 31||$628|
|ORD||Shannon||Jan 12 - May 17||$689|
|PHL||Shannon||Dec 13 - Dec 23||$695|
Left on time, arrived on time
Very good service w Aer Lingus.
How do you request gluten free meal?
No WiFi, seats rather hard, but good service and performance
Remember to bring headphones or ask when you get on board for economy travelers.
Very uncomfortable seats.
No leg room.
Aer Lingus exceeds any expectations I have ever had with flying. They put all the other airlines to shame!
Back seating row of aircraft was noisy
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Shannon Airport (SNN) is approximately 2 miles from central Shannon. It's the sole airport servicing the city, so there's no possibility of your cab driver transporting you to the wrong one!
Whether you're in Shannon on a family getaway, a business trip or something else, we're confident you'll find the ideal place to get some shut-eye. Book with Travelocity and choose from 182 accommodations within easy reach of the downtown area.
The Treacys Oakwood Hotel is the only listed property within a short commute of Shannon, so we suggest locking in your room well ahead of time.
These handy tips and pointers about airport security will save you a lot of time and energy on your journey to Shannon:
Castles, cliffs, and chippers await when you take your dream vacation to the rolling hills of Ireland. Fly into Shannon Airport (SNN), the largest airstrip serving the country’s beautiful west coast, and take advantage of all the activities this region has to offer. You could spend weeks journeying through emerald wonderlands of native holly trees, peering over steep cliffs to the choppy Atlantic below, and traveling winding cobblestone paths to ancient fortresses. Your future memories await.
If you’ll be traveling the countryside, Shannon flights provide easy access via bus to many other cities in Ireland. Locally, renting a car is a convenient way to get around, and taxis are convenient and inexpensive. See the desk in the arrivals hall, or call in advance, and they’ll arrange a cab for you. Make sure you agree on a fare with the driver before you set off. For more luxurious transport, arrange a private shuttle or limo. Grab a full Irish breakfast—don’t forget the Irish coffee, which originated in Shannon—then head out to see the sights. Staying at one of the airport hotels near SNN? You have a great home base to explore, as flights to Shannon land just 3 miles from the city center. Rent a bike and traverse the coastline of the Shannon River, the longest river in Ireland, or head to Bunratty Castle for a tour or a medieval banquet to get your fill of Irish history and culture.
Travelocity’s cheap flights to Shannon leave you plenty of euros to spend on colcannon, chips, and of course, local brews. Find deals on accommodations from quaint countryside B&Bs to castles and manors when you bundle and save with our Shannon vacation packages. Then ready your camera for bold landscapes and your spirit for unforgettable stories.