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We're planning a trip to Ireland leaving May 12. We'll be staying with friends in Killarney for the first 5 days, stay in Dublin for 3 days, then travel to London for 4 days.

Here's my question. What is the best way to approach the travel? We will initially fly into Dublin, then out of Dublin to London. Is it wise to return to Dublin and connect for the trip back to the US or go directly home from London?

Also can we book the flight from Dublin to London with the same airline or use a different airline?

I appreciate the help.

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