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Air travel in Europe between Ireland and Paris-Need suggestions please

Air travel in Europe between Ireland and Paris-Need suggestions please

Old Mar 31st, 2002, 09:40 AM
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Air travel in Europe between Ireland and Paris-Need suggestions please

Message: Greetings
I am trying to find carriers through the internet to book travel from Ireland to Paris or Paris to Ireland.
Want to go from California to Ireland (stay a week) , then to Paris via airline.
Would someone give me some ideas on who I can contact in Ireland or Paris to book locally.
I think I can get a good fare from L.A to Paris, it's the booking from Ireland to Paris that is MORE expensive than the trip from the USA.
Thanks for your help

Old Mar 31st, 2002, 09:44 AM
Edmond O`Flaherty
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There are some cheap flights available but some can be very expensive too.Try and
Old Mar 31st, 2002, 09:47 AM
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No question about it:

I have flown this exact route, and it is bare bones flying - - but at this price, well why pay more?

On reason that a person MIGHT cite is that Ryanair serves Beauvais airport - - which is about 40 miles distat from Paris, I think (we were headed onward towards Strasbourg when I flew this).

there are car rental companies there, and Ryanair operates (or contracts) a bus into Paris. There are virtually NO services at this airport. Not even an ATM (in 1999).

Best wishes,

Old Mar 31st, 2002, 10:30 AM
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Ryan air is best--try to travel during the week, I went RT from Dub to Paris in January 2002. It cost me $20 rt plus taxes for a total of $49!!
Old Mar 31st, 2002, 10:54 AM
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Re-posting this since there are two of these threads going.

Author: Don ([email protected])
Date: 03/31/2002, 01:40 pm

Message: Ryanair,

25 EUR +tax Shannon to Beavouis
60 EUR +tax Dublin to Beavouis currently

and because Don is such a prince. Even if he did mis-spell Beauvais.
Old Mar 31st, 2002, 12:41 PM
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