Aer Lingus has announced a new flight between Paris and Shannon in Ireland.
From 29 March to 31 October 2020, French travellers will be able to connect Paris-Charles de Gaulle to this city on the west coast of Ireland 4 times a week.
This new route will offer visitors new opportunities for tourism experiences.
Shannon is strategically located at the crossroads of three of the five areas that make up the identity of the island of Ireland: to the west, the Wild Atlantic Way, a rugged coastline of astonishing beauty known for being the longest signposted coastal road in the world; to the east, the Ancestral Lands, a region with a rich historical and cultural heritage, renowned for its secrets and legends; in the centre, the Secret Heart of Ireland, a 'slow travel' destination that is still in its infancy.In the centre, the Secret Heart of Ireland, a little-known and little-visited 'slow travel' destination centred on the River Shannon.