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Flights to Shannon

  1. *Each way fare as part of a return trip including taxes and charges.

*Fares available for round trips within the last 48 hours and may not be currently available. Fares shown for travel to Dublin or Shannon may be Saver Fares, which is our most restrictive fare option. Additional baggage charges and fees for other optional services may apply. Other terms and conditions may apply.

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Interesting facts about Shannon

Shannon, named after Ireland longest river, is the gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way, one of the most magnificent driving routes in the world. As the home of Irish traditional music and the Cliffs of Moher, Shannon offers visitors a unique cultural experience. Book your flight to Shannon with Aer Lingus and discover its small-town charm and stunning scenery.

Bunratty Castle and Folk Park

Attend a medieval banquet at Bunratty Castle, a 15th-century tower house, and watch the Bunratty Castle Singers perform. As you tour the castle, note the medieval furnishings and ask the guide about their extensive restoration work. Then discover 19th century Ireland at the Folk Park, an open-air museum. Explore a potter’s shop, the post office, and watch blacksmiths at work.

Cliffs of Moher and Wild Atlantic Way

Experience the awe-inspiring view of the Atlantic Ocean from atop the famed Cliffs of Moher while cruising the 2.500 km long coastal highway known as the Wild Atlantic Way. The cliffs, which tower over 150 metres from the ocean below, are one of many popular attractions along the scenic Wild Atlantic Way, which snakes up and down Ireland’s west coast.

Craggaunowen

Experience ancient life first hand at Craggaunowen – The Living Past Experience. After visiting Craggaunowen Castle, walk across the bridge to see what life was like in prehistoric Ireland by stepping foot on the recreated crannog, a fortified, manmade river island.

Shannon Estuary

Enjoy a scenic walk along the Shannon Estuary Loop. Next, join a boat tour along the unspoiled coastline. Bring your binoculars and watch for guillemots, gannets and razorbills. Keep a look out for dolphins and grey seals.

Shannon Aviation Museum

Climb into the cockpit at the Shannon Aviation Museum. Try out an actual Boeing 737 flight simulator, see a working Buccaneer XX897 fighter and discover a unique collection of model aircrafts, artefacts, and memorabilia.

Latest offers for Shannon flights*

  1. Birmingham (BHX) to Shannon (SNN)

    BHX-SNN

    Date: 15 Feb 2021-

    18 Feb 2021

    *Each way fare as part of a return trip including taxes and charges.

    From
    £45.98*
  2. London (LHR) to Shannon (SNN)

    LHR-SNN

    Date: 25 Feb 2021-

    1 Mar 2021

    *Each way fare as part of a return trip including taxes and charges.

    From
    £55.99*

*Fares available for round trips within the last 48 hours and may not be currently available. Fares shown for travel to Dublin or Shannon may be Saver Fares, which is our most restrictive fare option. Additional baggage charges and fees for other optional services may apply. Other terms and conditions may apply.

Weather in Shannon

Wednesday overcast clouds
11°C 21 Oct 2020
Thursday overcast clouds
10°C 22 Oct 2020
Friday moderate rain
10°C 23 Oct 2020
Saturday moderate rain
11°C 24 Oct 2020
Sunday moderate rain
10°C 25 Oct 2020
Monday light rain
10°C 26 Oct 2020
Tuesday light rain
11°C 27 Oct 2020
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