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    Any thugs open to the idea?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duplicate Account View Post
    Any thugs open to the idea?
    Not impossible. Would need to think really hard about it.

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    Roundtrip DC to Belfast is $675. Although the airline might be bankrupt by next year.
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    I might be up for it, May is easy for me to get time off.
    How long is the flight? I'd be much more interested if I knew we'd fly together as well.
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    If we were to go to Europe, it's likely we'd go to Copenhagen and Vienna too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NYS View Post
    I might be up for it, May is easy for me to get time off.
    How long is the flight? I'd be much more interested if I knew we'd fly together as well.
    Several of us were talking about this at the last Michigan driving tour. I plan to go.

    I usually fly out of JFK when I go to Europe. If any of you want to go as a group and are fine with meeting in NY, we can fly out of there dirt cheap. JFK to London is usually around $200 or $300 one way on Norwegian Airlines. They just got a nice government bailout, so there is a good chance they will still be in business next year.

    From there, we should be able to get a dirt cheap flight on Ryanair to Ireland.

    I recommend looking on Kiwi.com for flights. It pieces together itineraries using separate airlines.

    A bit of Kiwi advice though. If you plan to stay overnight between connecting flights, just book directly with the airlines. If you are not planning to stay overnight between connections, make sure you have at least a three hour connection when booking with separate airlines though Kiwi. If you book though Kiwi and miss your connection, they have an insurance policy that will help you get to your destination.

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