Funway Holidays has announced that it has signed an agreement with low-cost airline, Aer Lingus, to sell services to America, for the first time ever, as it looks to grow business in Ireland.

The operator's marketing manager, Nick Talbot, said: “We have been listening to our customers and the new service offers great benefits for them. One of the main advantages being regional departures, allowing customers to connect to their holiday destination via Ireland saving time and avoiding having to travel via London."

Irish holidaymakers can take advantage of the new agreement including US immigration and Custom Pre-Clearance - making arrival into the US quicker and smoother.

As an example of prices, a three-night stay at the four-star Sheraton Boston including flights leads in at £799 per person, based on two sharing on a February 19, 2015 departure.

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