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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
18 hours 23 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Chicago|
|Flights arrive in:||Dublin|
|Airlines:||Southwest Airlines, Hainan Airlines, Air Canada, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Spirit Airlines, TAP Portugal|
There are numerous Chicago to Dublin flights every day, with journeys offered by Delta, Aer Lingus, and American Airlines. There are at least three departures every day. The journey time from Chicago to Dublin is around 7 hours 30 minutes. Flights tend to leave in the afternoon, with the earliest departing just after 1 p.m., while the last leaves at approximately 8 p.m.
All Chicago to Dublin flights leave from Chicago O'Hare Airport (ORD), which is well connected to the city centre. The simplest way to make your flight is by catching the L Train blue line from the Loop, which gets into Terminal 2. The Pace bus system also links the airport with Chicago. Route 330 is a good choice for those who live in the Summit area, while route 250 serves downtown. For those coming from towns in the Chicago area, the Metra train service might provide the best option.
Famed for the high spirits of its people, rivers of Guinness, and a warm welcome, Dublin always leaves visitors with a smile on their face. It also has plenty of historical sites to visit such as Dublin Castle or Kilmainham Gaol, along with some excellent museums and galleries. Chicago to Dublin flights all arrive at Dublin International Airport, which is a short distance to the north of the city centre. There are a variety of regular buses to choose from, like the 700 bus which links the airport with Dublin's city centre or the 747 bus, which stops at Heuston Station. It takes about 25 minutes to get into town. AirCoach buses operate 24 hours a day.