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Flights to Dublin

Dublin Airport is one of the busiest European airline hubs and the only international airport serving the Dublin area. Popular Dublin city is famed for its Guinness brewery and is the capital of the Emerald Isle. Visitors to Dublin will find the historic city packed with architectural gems dating back centuries. This city location at the mouth of the River Liffey and with the surrounding Wicklow Mountains makes it a popular tourist attraction for UK visitors and international vacation makers.

Which is the main airport in Dublin?

Dublin Airport is the only commercial passenger airport in the city of Dublin and is located just six miles outside the city center. Around 31 million passengers use Dublin Airport each year, making this the 13th busiest European airport.

Which airlines offer flights to Dublin?

Almost 50 airlines offer services to Dublin, including British Airways, Lufthansa, Emirates, IcelandAir, Flybe, American Airlines, and Ryanair. New routes are always being added to the airport offering, and recent new routes include Dublin-Bodrum from Ryanair and Dublin-Atlanta, USA, from Delta.

Why travel by plane to Dublin?

Frequently scheduled flights to Dublin operate from major European cities, such as Munich and Paris, international destinations, such as New York and Chicago, and UK airports, such as Heathrow and Newcastle. One major reason to opt to travel by plane from the UK to Dublin is the speedy journey time for direct flights from both London and regional airports. For example, flights from Newcastle-upon-Tyne to Dublin take just one hour ten minutes, which is a far shorter journey time than any other available mode of transport.

Before you travel to Newcastle by plane - good to know!

Visits to Dublin are incomplete without a tour of the Guinness brewery, but did you know that buying the Dublin Pass gives you free entry to the Dublin Storehouse Tour, Dublin Zoo, the Jameson Distillery, Dublin Castle and more?  Another tip for couples visiting the city for the first time is to visit the shrine of St Valentine which is located in the Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel on Whitefriar Street in the city center. Public transport links at Dublin Airport and throughout the city are very good, with several hundred buses and buses offering scheduled services to all towns and villages throughout Ireland. Visitors can also travel to Belfast in under three hours using the speedy and regular rail service.

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