1 of 2 Don’t worry if you’re not in a hurry to get to Europe.

The airline industry in Ireland is still quite a bit behind the times, but there are plenty of cheap options for those who are still on the fence about the idea of travelling overseas.

Here’s what you need to know.

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Irish carriers offer cheaper flights The Irish airlines industry is still relatively young, with a large contingent of staff from other countries, and is still looking to make its mark in the world travel industry.

In order to compete in the market, airlines have to cater for the widest range of passengers and travellers from all over the world.

As such, there is still a lot of room for growth in the industry.

According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the Irish carriers industry in 2017 grew by 20% to €9.2bn.

It is expected to reach €12.5bn by 2022, which is up 12% from 2017.

This is due in large part to the introduction of new and expanded routes and new carriers.

These include Air Transat, which has been in operation since 2019 and will continue to operate on the route from Dublin to Cork and back.

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There are plenty to choose from This isn’t to say that Irish carriers have all the answers for those interested in travelling abroad.

Some airlines, such as Air Trans at Cork Airport and Cathay Pacific, have more international routes than others.

For example, Cathay’s Cathay Pass offers a journey between Europe and the US, while Air Trans’s Cathair Pass offers flights between Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.

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Travelling from Ireland to the United States and Canada can be a bit more expensive But there are some things that airlines can offer to help make travelling between Ireland and the United Kingdom and Europe more affordable.

Cathay, Air Trans and Cathays are the largest carriers in the Irish market, with more than 60 routes each.

Air Trans has a total of 40 routes, and Air Trans Prestige is an offer for Cathay and Air Trivia that offers a return flight from the US to Ireland.

There’s also a flight from Dublin Airport to Cork Airport, where flights are also available to international customers.

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The cheapest routes The Irish carriers market is currently dominated by Cathay as the largest carrier, with Air Trans offering a total service of more than 40 routes.

However, Air Trivias routes, including Cathay Prestige, can be cheaper, with fares ranging from €11.25 to €18.99 per flight.

For comparison, there are more than 35 flights from Ireland’s two other airlines, Air Ireland and Aer Lingus, that are also cheaper.

Air Trivis, which also offers flights from Dublin airport to Cork, offers the cheapest fares in the country at €8.50.

However they also offer flights from the country’s largest airport, Shannon, to the UK, and from Ireland, Wales and Scotland.

Air India, which operates from Shannon to New York and Dublin, offers a route from Shannon Airport to London Heathrow.

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There is plenty of competition between the Irish airlines In the country, Air Trains is the most popular carrier, followed by Cathays, Air Express and Air Ireland.

Cathays offers flights to the most destinations, including Dubai, Hong Kong, Paris, Barcelona and Singapore.

Air Trances has more routes than any other airline, and operates in more than 200 countries.

Air Ireland has flights from London Heath of the UK and Ireland to more than 180 destinations.

Air France also offers service to the world, with flights to New Delhi, Singapore and Tokyo.

Cathairs service to New Zealand and Australia is limited, but Cathays flights from New Zealand to New Caledonia and Singapore to Auckland and Auckland are the cheapest.

Air Europe is the next largest airline, but operates in only 11 countries.

Cathair has a few routes from Ireland that are not offered by Air Trays, but are available from the United Arab Emirates to the Philippines.

Cathai offers flights on flights from Cork to Singapore and Hong Kong to Japan.

Cathaair, which runs flights from Amsterdam to Singapore, has a number of routes from Cork Airport to Singapore.

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Travel insurance is cheap There is also plenty of affordable travel insurance.

Travellers will find a number to choose for travel to Ireland and other destinations.

The National Travel Insurance Scheme covers up to €100,000 for a single-trip ticket, and up to 1.5 million Irish citizens and Permanent Residents.

There can be up to 10% premium on certain flights.

Traveller’s Business Insurance offers up to 2 million Irish nationals and Permanent Residents the ability to claim up to 5% premium.

There will also be an option for non-Irish nationals to claim premium on Irish nationals’ flights.

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Irish citizens can travel to Canada and the UK without paying for the