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Amazing deal: New York to Dublin or Istanbul flight roundtrip as low as $305

DEPART:
New York, USA

ARRIVE:
Dublin, Ireland or Istanbul, Turkey

RETURN:
New York, USA

LAYOVER:
Paris/Amsterdam

AVAILABILITY: 

To Dublin, Ireland

We have posted Dublin from New York via United last week, which you can still take advantage of. Today’s fare is from Delta/KLM/AirFrance, which is even lower.

Lowest dates (screenshot) with a departures on March 27, 28, 29 and return April 3-6. Or you can take advantage of $370 R/T price of these dates (Christmas excluded, Thanksgiving included):

Departures: November-December 2016, January-March 2017 (Tuesdays)
Returns: November-December 2016, January-March 2017 (Monday-Thursday)

To Istanbul, Turkey

Departures: November 2016, January-March 2017 (Wednesday)
Returns: November 2016, January-March 2017 (Sunday-Thursday)

AIRLINE:
KLM/AIRFrance/Delta

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Or use our aggregator below the screenshot.

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