Aer Lingus and Ryanair add 14 extra flights for Ireland's World Cup play-offs in Denmark
Aer Lingus and Ryanair have announced close to 1,400 extra seats to Copenhagen ahead of Ireland's World Cup play-off on Saturday, November 11.
Tickets for Aer Lingus's extra flights will go on sale this Friday, October 20th at 10am on its website, aerlingus.com.
Prices will start from €348 for a return trip, including taxes and charges.
"While we don’t normally operate flights to Denmark, we have been able to put on special flights from Dublin direct to Copenhagen," said Mike Rutter, the airline's Chief Operating Officer, wishing the Boys in Green the very best of luck.
Outbound Flight details:
- Friday Nov. 10, EI626, dep. DUB 12:00, arr. CPH 15:10
- Saturday, Nov. 11, EI620, dep. DUB 06.15, arr. CPH 09.25
- Saturday, Nov. 11, EI624, dep. DUB 07.25, arr. CPH 10:35
- Saturday, Nov. 11, EI626, dep. DUB 09:00, arr. CPH 12:10
- Saturday, Nov 11, EI628, dep. DUB 09:10, arr. CPH 12:20
Return Flight details:
- Saturday, Nov. 11, EI621, dep. CPH 23:50, arr. DUB 01:05
- Saturday, Nov.11, EI625, dep. CPH 23:55, arr. DUB 01:10
- Sunday, Nov 12, EI627, dep. CPH 12:30, arr. DUB 13:45
- Sunday, Nov. 12, EI629, dep. CPH 13:45, arr. DUB 14:55
- Monday, Nov 13, EI627, dep. CPH 13:40, arr. DUB 14:55
Ryanair has also now added four extra flights "due to phenomenal demand", with seats available for booking on its website (ryanair.com).
- Friday, Nov. 10, dep. DUB 08.20
- Saturday, Nov. 11, dep. DUB 07.05
- Sunday, Nov. 12, dep CPH 12.00
- Sunday, Nov. 12, dep CPH 19.15
"We have also rescheduled our existing flight on Saturday, November 11 to depart Dublin at 08.25 so fans can arrive in plenty of time for kick-off," it says.
Ryanair's fares range from €199 to €299 each-way.
Ireland play Denmark away on Saturday, November 11 at 8.40pm, with the home leg taking place in Dublin Tuesday, November 14 at the Aviva Stadium.
Norwegian and SAS also fly direct to Copenhagen from Dublin.