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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
1 hours 29 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Dublin|
|Flights arrive in:||Liverpool|
|Airlines:||Ryanair, Hainan Airlines|
Dublin to Liverpool flights, covering the short distance of 220 km, are generally only serviced by a budget carrier. The journey is cheap and quick, coming in at under an hour in most cases, and there are usually a few direct flights to chose from each day, usually in the early morning or evening -- it's almost set up like a comuter route.
The most dominant airline offering Dublin to Liverpool flights is Ryanair; in fact, this is often the only airline servicing the direct route on most days.
As mentioned earlier, providing there are no delays, Dublin to Liverpool flights take about 55 minutes to arrive at their destination, meaning flight times of under an hour are common. Indirect flights are possible but much longer.
Passengers can generally expect there to be at least one if not three or four daily direct Dublin to Liverpool flights each day of the week. On weekdays, these are generally in the early morning or evening, but on the weekends, a flight in the middle of the day is often available.
Departure airport: The main airport serving all flights that depart from Dublin is Dublin Airport which is 11 km north of Dublin City center. Passengers who arrive at the airport before their departure time can enjoy restaurants, Irish pubs and cafes around the airport while also accessing the free WIFI services. The Loop is a luxury shopping destination in this airport, offering duty-free shopping.
Arrival airport: All flights arriving in Liverpool land at one airport: the Liverpool John Lennon Airport, renamed in honour of John Lennon of The Beatles. The airport is 12 km from Liverpool city centre. Passengers can use trains, buses or taxis to reach Liverpool City Centre easily, and the on-demand minibus service ArrivaClick is also recommended for travellers wishing to reach the city from the airport. Drivers can now take advantage of the new Mersey Gateway Crossing as long as they are okay with paying a road toll fine.