Sisters book £25 return flights for night out in Dublin before flying home at 6am
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Three sisters left a bar and headed straight to the airport to catch a return flight to Dublin for a spontaneous night out.
Brogan Moore, 24, and her two sisters Amelia and Isabel, who are both 19, decided to hop on the trend of people catching flights on a night out and they all ended up in Ireland.
The trio of sisters hopped on a £25 return flight to Dublin for one night only to carry on their festivities.
The three of them caught their flight from Leeds Bradford Airport at 8:25pm in their outfits, before making their way back to the airport in Ireland at 6:00am, to get their flight back home.
“It was so worth it. I’d give the night out an easy nine out of ten and it’s definitely something we’ll do again,” Brogan shared.
“We left our house at half six in the evening and arrived in the centre of Dublin at 10:30 - it was a very heavy night.
"Over the course of the night, we all easily spent over £150. Our airport breakfast was very needed but very expensive at £50 for three meals.
"It was quite funny telling everyone we had to be back at the airport for 4:00 am until we got in the taxi back. We spent a large part of the journey home not speaking as we were all trying not to be sick.
"To our surprise, we had no trouble getting back on the plane home and got back in bed at about 8:00 am, which completely wrote off that day.
"I had no idea the video would blow up like that, so many people have been tagging their mates to do the same, so we've definitely inspired a few people."
The trend of continuing the evening’s good vibes by hopping on a plane to another country has taken over TikTok in recent months.
Back in November, a woman explained how her first date with a man led to them traveling to the most romantic city in the world.
While it may sound like an episode plot from Emily in Paris, 22-year-old Evelina Parkere and her mystery man really did find themselves drinking champagne under the Eiffel Tower in the French capital.
They spent just over 24 hours exploring the Parisian streets before returning home.