7LBAC111 - We learned how to drive from ye guys!!
Anyhow, seriously; Here are all USA-IRL flights i know of...
Aer Lingus - Year Round - except BWI
which is now summer only and MCO
which seems to be Winter only.
Chicago O'Hare -Shannon and Dublin (1X daily)
Baltimore -Shannon and Dublin (5 per week)
New York JFK
-Shannon and Dublin (2 daily, 1 to each)
Boston -Shannon and Dublin (daily in winter, 2 daily in Summer)
Los Angeles -Shannon and Dublin (daily in Summer, 3 weekly in winter)
Orlando - Dublin (3 per week)
USAirways - Summer Only
Philadelphia-Shannon and Dublin (2X Daily in Summer - 1 flight to each)
Atlanta -Shannon and Dublin (1X Daily)
Newark -Shannon and Dublin (2X Daily in Summer - 1 flight each, otherwise 1 daily)
Newark -Belfast (expected next summer)
Apparently Chicago O'Hare - Dublin and Boston - Shannon from next May.
The only flights from Dublin to Carrickfinn (Donegal Airport) are by Aer Arann - about twice daily in Summer, once daily in Winter.
Donegal is kinda complicated - its part of the Republic of Ireland but is in the province of Ulster most of which is in Northern Ireland (part of the UK) except for County Donegal, County Cavan and County Monaghan. Road links have been improved but are still not great. Its a beautiful part of the country - very rural and wild and kinda like the 'Wild West' of Ireland
[Edited 2004-12-06 20:34:25]