LAS - KIR
$644 - $1,328
When planning a trip to Ireland, there are a few sights and sounds that are not to be missed by the wandering tourist: Dublin may host Trinity College, the Book of Kells, and countless sessions of live Irish music, but further south in County Kerry is where you can enjoy a pint of Guinness after a day spent perusing the lush countryside speckled with majestic castles and Celtic ruins.
Flights to Kerry will put you right in the thick of Ireland, affectionately referred to as “the Kingdom”, for its heavenly plains and gorgeous rocky coastline. Hit the road after your Kerry flight lands and traverse the Ring of Kerry, which is an excellent way to see some of the most important remaining structures that represent the heritage of the region and the natural wonders that reside in Killarney National Park.
If you’re a city dweller, paint the town red in Tralee or Killarney and spend a night hopping from pub to pub dancing to the music of local Irish bands. Regardless of when you book your flight to Kerry, you don’t need the luck of the Irish in order to have a fantastic trip.
Whether you’re setting out on a tour of the Ring of Kerry in the snow or eagerly anticipating roughing it with a hike through the rolling hills of the county, there’s no wrong time to book your flight to Kerry.
Flights to Kerry fill up during the summertime, when the weather in the south of Ireland is on its best behavior and rain clouds dissipate in the summer sun. The Rose of Tralee Festival has visitors from all over Ireland and Europe booking Kerry flights to be a part of the action each August. If you plan to take part in the festivities, be sure to make Kerry flight and hotel arrangements months in advance.
Winters in Kerry are cold and snowy, so cheap flights to Kerry tend to be plentiful after the holiday rush and just after the spring thaw. Try booking a Kerry cheap flight for the end of spring or the beginning fall: The weather is far more pleasant, and you’ll beat the fare-hikes before the sun comes out for summer.
Bus Éireann can take you from the Kerry airport into town or on to Killarney and Tralee. Trains also travel to these cities and beyond, to the tip of the Dingle and Iveragh peninsulas.
If you book a flight to Milltown (Kerry), you will be flying into Kerry, which is the city’s only airport. Milltown (Kerry) Kerry (KIR) is located 8.5 mi from the center of Milltown (Kerry).