After 35+ years of travel, I will admit to particularly enjoying the more convenient and comfortable ways of airline conveyance. This can be my preference for airline lounges, an exact seat on specific aircraft layout or routing with a preferred carrier. Therefore, the recent announcement of a new arrival and departure facility at Dublin Airport caught my attention.
So you have made the golfing arrangements for your bucket-list golf trip to Scotland fourteen months in advance but how about your air travel details? All of the friends that said they could go have paid up the deposit and the dates are firmly inked on everyone’s calender. You have selected the most revered links courses and are looking forward to a pint or two in some of the famed watering holes. So what needs to be done next…other than wait patiently and practice your low ball?
Virtually all of our clients need some form of air travel in conjunction with their PerryGolf land arrangements. While the economy cabin generally varies very little from one airline to another, the upgraded cabins can vary enormously and some expectation of what you are buying should be part of the purchase decision.
Business class seating is undoubtedly a great way to arrive and depart from your PerryGolf trip. You may enjoy significant savings on the fare if you are willing to make a connection as compared to the nonstop option.
Interested in an Ireland Golf Packages? Below are some current examples for travel to Dublin, June 7 – 14, 2014: