This Route is Operated by:
Icelandair, Norwegian Air Shuttle
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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
12 hours 21 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||New York|
|Flights arrive in:||Dublin|
|Airlines:||XL Airways France, openskies, United, Norwegian Air Shuttle, American Airlines, JetBlue Airways, TAP Portugal|
Direct New York to Dublin flights are operated on a code-share basis by several airlines, including British Airways, Aer Lingus, Delta, United and American Airlines. All departures are in the evening and have a flight time of around 8 hours. Other routes are possible, involving one or more connections and longer journey times.
New York to Dublin flights take-off from New York John F Kennedy Airport, 20 km South East of Lower Manhattan. The New York City Airporter Bus departs for the city centre two to three times an hour. There are also various private shuttle services available. It is also possible to make the transfer by subway, buses or local trains; however, this requires a longer journey time. New York's public transit network is made up of numerous bus and subway routes, some of which last through the night.
Dublin, sitting on the River Liffey, has a history stretching back to the Viking invasions of the 9th century and is the main point of entry for visitors to Ireland. Dublin has many distinct neighborhoods and suburbs, which are best explored on foot to get a sense of the architecture and green spaces. Popular visitor attractions include the Dublin Zoo, the General Post Office, Dublin Castle and Viking World. New York to Dublin flights land at Dublin International Airport, which is located 10 km North of the city centre. Shuttle services into Dublin are provided by Aircoach and Dublin Bus, with each service taking around 45 minutes to make the journey. Taxis and car rentals are available at Dublin Airport. Dublin's public transport network consists of the LUAS light rail system and Dublin Buses, which also includes the NiteLink service.