New Irish website helps customers find cheapest flights to anywhere in the world 3 months ago

New Irish website helps customers find cheapest flights to anywhere in the world

An incredibly useful new travel website.

Sometimes, when it comes to deciding where we want to go for a little trip, the biggest deciding factor can be the cost of flights.

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You might have somewhere specific in mind, but flights to that destination are astronomical.

Or maybe you don't mind where you go, but you need some inspiration, and the biggest source of inspiration can be the fact that your potential destination is particularly cheap to travel to.

Pretty much all of that is at the core of new Irish travel website Flight Guru, which collates the cheapest flights from Ireland to anywhere in the world, and gets the results back to you in an instant.

All you need to do is put in which Irish airport you can travel from, which part of the world you want to travel to (Europe, North America, Asia, etc.), and how long you want to travel for (long weekend, one week, two weeks), and the website returns with a host of various options to choose from.

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The site exclusively shows one-way/return flights from Dublin, Cork, Shannon and Belfast, and that specific Irish angle is what helps differentiate it from the likes of Skyscanner.

These were the top options we got when we put in Dublin to North America for one week:

As the founders of the company stated:

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"Our aim is to enable everyone to find the cheapest flights from Ireland to anywhere in the world. To find a truly great flight deal you'd need to spend hours every day checking multiple airlines websites and comparing historic prices - nobody has time for that!

"Our scanners work 24 hours to pull in flight prices from every airline leaving Ireland and runs them against our unique algorithm, based on years of experience finding cheap flights, to provide a rating based on value. You decide whether it's worth it and continue to book direct with the airline."

You can check out the site for yourself right here.