across the sea. Ireland is an enchanted land, out of sight, over the horizon. If you're planning to visit it this summer (and what a pleasant plan!) make the trip pure enchantment, too. By flying. Right from the start, it's more fun to fly. Aer Lingus planes are green and ivory outside, cool and comfortable inside. What's more, wherever you live, they take off from the major airport nearest to where you live. And there are plenty of flights through the day, every day.
Then the flight; a swift soaring into the blue. Clouds, if there are any, below you. And distance—it simply doesn't matter any more. The patchwork fields, the furrowed hills, the blue threads of rivers seem to swing so lazily below. Yet, actually, they are racing behind at over
YOU WANT. There are three great holiday areas in Ireland, and Aer Lingus flies to all three: Dublin for the east coast and the roll' ing hills of Wicklow: Cork for the warm golden sands of the South : Shanmn for the wild west coast.
HOW DO YOU COUNT THE COST? Remember that flying gives you a booked seat all the , way at no extra cost. Noneed for a sheaf of books and magazines on an air trip. No tips or snacks or slap-up meals to pay for. No tiredness. No long and wasted hours of journeying (you could save a whole day, or even two)! And when you fly you really are a privileged person, cared for from beginning to end of your journey. So isn't it sensible, as well as exciting, to pay that little bit extra? There's more than just the journey in the price of an emerald green Aer Lingus ticket. Your travel agent has fullest details of all Aer Lingus flights. 300 miles an hour. STRAIGHT TO THE HOLIDAY