**Please note, Aer Arran has been rebranded as Aer Arran Regional**
Low-cost flights to Ireland
Aer Arann Regional is an airline based in Dublin
. The company also has important operational bases in Cork and Shannon. Aer Arann has been operating low-cost flights since 1970, and has become one of the most important Irish airlines after Aer Lingus and Ryanair. Aer Arann specialises in cheap flights to and from airports in Ireland. As the company has expanded, it has offered a growing choice of flights to Ireland from UK airports. Flight deals with Aer Arann are often among the cheapest flights to Ireland from England. Aer Arann also offers reliably well-priced flights to Ireland from Scotland. Aer Arann flights from London presently depart from Southend and London City Airport.
In 2012, Aer Arran ceased to exist as its own entity and transferred all its services to Aer Lingus Regional.
Cheap holidays to Ireland
Aer Arann Regional flights are of special interest to anyone hoping to find low-cost flights to Ireland from UK airports. You can expect to find flights to Dublin all year round. Aer Arann is particularly convenient for anyone heading for the beautiful Ireland holiday regions of Donegal and Kerry.
Budget flights also head for relaxing holiday regions like Galway and Sligo. Aer Arann also offers reliably cheap flights to Waterford and Knock. Services to Northern Ireland head for Derry. Aer Arann Regional often discount flights to Ireland for limited periods, in a similar fashion to EasyJet
and Ryanair. Aer Arann Regional should also be included in any search for last-minute flights to Ireland from the UK.
Irish flights from UK airports
Aer Arann has operated budget flights from a variety of UK airports throughout its history. At the time of writing, in 2011, Aer Arann is offering flights to Ireland from Manchester and Birmingham You will also find flights to Ireland from Edinburgh and Glasgow. Since 2010 Aer Arann has offered flights to Ireland in a joint venture with Aer Lingus
under the name of Aer Lingus Regional. Routes include flights to Ireland from Bristol and Cardiff, and low-cost flights to Ireland from Birmingham, Blackpool and Aberdeen. Aer Lingus Regional also offers flights to Cork from the UK. Irish residents can now take advantage of flights to France and the Channel Islands from airports in Ireland. You can search and book flights to Ireland online or by phone with directline-flights.