Direct flights to Shannon

Enjoy the magnificent landscapes along the Atlantic coastline – pay the Irish city of Shannon a visit. Read more about what not to miss and find all direct flights to Shannon here.

Shannon is a medium sized and third largest airport in Ireland. In total there are 34 airports with direct flights to Shannon from 11 different countries and 4 U.S. states. The airport is a focus city for Ryanair (Operating base.) and Aer Lingus .

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A relatively new town built in the 1960s and named after the river near which it stands, Shannon is the second largest town in County Clare. As well as being an important industrial location with good shopping and leisure facilities, Shannon is well placed as a tourist destination with a number of tourist points close by.

Shannon is approaching the 10,000-population mark, and enjoys most of the facilities and services of a prosperous town, with sports fields, community centers and performance halls. The shops at the vistiors center in the village of Adare have a fairly good variety of wool shawls, scarves, throws, and sweaters for reasonable prices.

Direct flights to Shannon – from the US and Europe

The airport of Shannon offers direct connections to more than 35 destinations around the world, the majority being found in Europe. Choosing direct flights is always convenient when traveling. Among the links below you find some of the airports with the most frequent direct flights to Shannon.

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What to see in Shannon

The Shannon area has fantastic air, road and rail links and as such is an ideal place to start exploring the surrounding area. If you’re a lover of the great outdoors, travel to some of the magnificent landscapes along the Atlantic coastline admiring the fantastic views or try your hand at some water sports.

Just a short drive away you will come across the 15th century Bunratty Castle, a medieval fortress boasting a superb collection of tapestries and art work. Adjoining the castle is Bunratty Folk Park, a reconstructed traditional Irish village.

Some twenty minutes from Shannon is the city of Limerick with its main attractions including King John’s Castle which dates back to the early 13th century and St Mary's Cathedral.

From here you can also take a leisurely cruise along the River Shannon. Slightly further afield are the vibrant cities of Cork, Galway and Killarney and don’t forget to stop along the way at some of the many villages to enjoy a pint of Guinness and a pub lunch.

Looking for a cheap flight to Shannon?

The cheapest flights to Shannon will usually be found out of season, avoiding the school holiday times. You can secure some great last minute flights and cheap flights by taking a look at our flights search facility at Directflights.com.

The weather and climate of Shannon

Shannon has a relatively mild climate year-round thanks to the moderating effects of the nearby Atlantic. During the winter, temperatures only go below freezing a few days during the year. There may, however, be some snow or hail in addition to the frequent rain, but these usually come in short bursts and melt away quickly. Over the course of the year, there is very little temperature fluctuation. Averages range from about 42°F (6°C) in the middle of winter to 60°F (16°C).

Sunshine in this part of the country, however, is rather rare, with the sunniest months being May and June. Even during these months, however, Ireland’s wet climate means that Shannon still sees a good deal of rain, on the order of 2.5 inches (63 mm) per month. This rises to nearly 4 inches (100 mm) during the winter to give an annual precipitation level of about 36 inches (92.5 cm).

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Yes, you can fly to Shannon (SNN) from Chicago (SNN), New York (SNN) and Boston (SNN).

There are 5 airlines with direct flights to Shannon. Aer Lingus, Ryanair and Region-Avia are the most popular ones.

2 big alliances are flying to Shannon. Star Alliance and SkyTeam.

The IATA code is SNN and the ICAO code is EINN.

Depends where you are flying from. It takes 7h 25min from Chicago (ORD) and 1h 10min from Manchester (MAN).

There is 1 airport in Shannon with scheduled flights, Shannon, SNN.

It depends on where from and when you are flying. The avarage one-way ticket price according to our data is $135.
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