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Flying from Boston to London, Edinburgh, and Dublin in November

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I could really use some help planning this trip. DH and I are planning a 10 night trip around the UK in November.
I know that it makes the most sense time and money-wise to fly from Edinburgh to Dublin, but everytime I try to search for fares on Aer Lingus or Ryan Air it comes back as service unavailable. How is that possible? Does everyone just take the ferry and train during November?
Rough plan was to fly from Boston to London, spend 1 night in Bath, 3 nights in London, train to Edinburgh, 3 nights in Edinburgh, fly to Dublin and spend 3 nights there before flying back home to Boston. Mind you, we planned for November because flights to the UK are supposed to be cheapest Nov and March. Can anyone offer some insight on a better schedule or otherwise have any tips. We're pretty set on the cities and time in each one, just can't figure out the plane situation. Thank you!

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