Traveling to and from Ireland


International travelers arriving from a select group of airports, including Ireland’s Dublin Airport and Shannon Airport, step off the plane and breeze through domestic arrivals, whether they are US passport holders or not. Upon arrival on US soil, they bypass Customs and Border Protection and Transportation Security Administration inspections.

These same travelers transiting through airports offering US preclearance cannot opt-out, and the only disadvantage of preclearance is the need to factor it into airport arrival times. Bradley International Airport now offers Dublin fares on Aer Lingus from just $596. Search for a flight here.

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