November 23, 2016 Back to all news

Win flights to Halifax and discover Novia Scotia with @DublinAirport
We’re offering our Twitter followers the chance to win two return flights from Dublin to Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, with ASL Airlines France.
Enjoy world class golf, whale watching adventures, or visit Cape Breton Highlands National Park where you can enjoy a host of activities including kayaking, hiking and cycling.
Or just take it easy on one of  125 fresh and seawater beaches along 7,600 kilometers of pristine coastline.
Stunning scenery, large galleries and small artisan shops, adventure activities and delicious dining make Nova Scotia the perfect holiday destination and with direct flights with ASL Airlines France from next summer it’s closer than you think.
To be in with a chance to win two return tickets to Halifax from Dublin Airport with ASL Airlines France, just make sure you’re following Dublin Airport on Twitter and retweet one of the #DUBHalifax competition tweets.

ASL Airlines France will operate a direct service to Halifax from Dublin from next summer.

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Terms & Conditions

  1. Prize includes two (2) return flights to Nova Scotia from Dublin Airport with ASL Airlines France.

  2. Entrants must live in either the Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland and be over 18 years of age. 

  3. This prize does not have an alternative cash value and is not transferable.  

  4. Tickets will be issued in the winner’s name and their one (1) nominated travel partner only  (infants not permitted).

  5. Tickets must be booked at the same time and together for travel at the same flights, dates and times.

  6. Tickets must be used between June 28 and Aug 31 2017 (flights are operated every Wednesday from Dublin Airport). 

  7. Tickets are subject to availability of flights, early booking is advisable. Travel Insurance is recommended. 

  8. No other services/products are included.

  9. The competition is not open to employees of daa or ASL Airlines France.

  10. Terms & Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with Irish Law and subject to exclusive jurisdiction of the Irish Courts.

  11. Entry shows acceptance of these terms and conditions and daa’s decision is final concerning these T&Cs or any ancillary matter.