Aer Lingus unveil two new routes from Cork to two European destinations
Is it too early to start planning our summer holidays?
Admittedly, yes, it probably is.
We've got Halloween to get through first, and Christmas, too.
But screw it, we'll do it anyway. We have no shame when it comes to summer holidays.
And with news like this, how could we not?
Aer Lingus has announced two new routes to Dubrovnik and Nice from Cork Airport.
The news coincided with the inaugural Aer Lingus flight from Cork to Lisbon on Friday morning.
So if anyone from the rebel county fancies a trip to the south of France, now's your chance.
Speaking at the official announcement, Greg Kaldahl, Chief Strategy and Planning Officer at Aer Lingus said:
"Aer Lingus is excited to announce two brand new routes to Dubrovnik and Nice from Cork in 2019, as well as additional seat capacity and the extension of the recently-added Cork Lisbon route to all year round.
"We have a proven track record of servicing a broad array of European destinations from Cork and we are delighted to announce our new Cork summer schedule today
"Each new Aer Lingus route opens up new travel opportunities for the people of Cork for both leisure and business, as well as providing huge inbound tourism opportunities for visitors from South of France, Croatia and Portugal.
"We remain committed to enhancing our offering from Cork Airport in the coming years."