Cheap Flights to Dublin

Cheap round-trip flights to Dublin

Prices were available within the past 7 days and start at ₹6,199 for one-way flights and ₹9,376 for round trip, for the period specified. Be sure to select the 'Direct flights only' box above if you are looking for a non stop route. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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Cheap flights to Dublin

When is best to book cheap flights to Dublin?

Needless to say, any flights around St Patrick’s Day (17th March) are unlikely to be discounted, but there are many other times of the year when you can grab great deals on flights to Dublin.

July and August are the most popular months for the 28 million tourists that Dublin receives every year. You’ll be pretty hard pushed to find bargain flights around this time.

However, during May, June and September the weather is still good and there are a lot less visitors, so you’ll enjoy much better chances of finding cheap flights.

If a bit of rain and chillier temperatures are not a concern, looking to book during the winter season is your best bet for the lowest air fares. From October until the middle of March (excluding the Christmas and New Year holidays) you can find the best deals available on flights to Dublin. And there is no end of lively pubs to hole up in and warm yourself with a pint of the black stuff by a roaring fire.

How to find cheaper fares to Dublin at any time of the year

This is not always possible, but many factors such as your time of booking, choice of departure dates, airline and airport can affect the deal available.

To find the best price plane tickets to Dublin here are some tricks to use when you search for flights.

For those who can be flexible on the dates, you can find cheaper flights by using our ‘Show Flexible Dates’ feature. This appears just above where your flight options are returned – and it lets you see exactly when the cheapest tickets are across a range of flight dates.

Getting into Dublin from Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport is located just five miles north of Dublin, in Collinstown, Fingal. As the 14th busiest airport in Europe, and the busiest by far in Ireland, you’d expect onward travel arrangements to be straightforward – and, indeed, they are.

There are a large number of bus and coach services that can drop you in the centre of Dublin within half an hour, and private taxis will have you at most hotels within 25 minutes.

There are plenty of car rental options from the airport – and it’s an easy drive up the M50 into the centre of the city.

How to get around when visiting Dublin

If you are looking to discover the beautiful towns and villages that line the coast around Dublin then the DART train service will have you there in no time.

Within the city there is an extensive public bus network and the Luas tram system to get you to all the major attractions.

For those fancying pedal power, the city is pretty compact and bicycle hire is available throughout the city.

If you are visiting for a few days it may well be worth investigating the Leap Visitor Card which gives you the best value across the available bus and rail options.

Dublin tips for getting off the beaten track

Those with a literary bent may want to partake in a Literary Pub Crawl through the haunts of Beckett, Joyce, Behan and Yeats. It’s the ideal chance to drink in the literary heritage of the city.

The National Leprechaun Museum celebrates the Irish fairy with a penchant for granting wishes and practical jokes. Highlights include a wooden replica of County Antrim’s Giant’s Causeway and a room with giant pieces of furniture to make you feel the same as the diminutive fairy itself.

The fertile valley of the River Boyne lies just 25 miles northwest of Dublin. Head out here to find the remarkable remains of a thriving prehistoric civilisation at Newgrange. Here a passage tomb dates back to 3200 BC – a date placing it well before the great pyramids of Egypt.

Frequently asked questions

Where can I learn more about changing or cancelling my flight to Dublin?
For more information about updating your flight to Dublin or cancelling it, head over to our Customer Service Portal.
How do I find cheap flights to Dublin that have flexible change policies?
Many airlines offer the option to reschedule your flight without a change fee. All you pay is the difference between the original flight and the new flight you select. When you’re searching for flights to Dublin, you’ll see a “no change fees” filter for you to select.
Can I fly to Dublin now?
Make your visit to Dublin straightforward and simple by first heading to our Covid-19 Travel Advisor. This is a great way to stay informed about current travel restrictions, including quarantine requirements and the latest official health advisory information.
What is the name of Dublin's airport?
Dublin has just one airport, Dublin Airport (DUB).
How far is DUB from central Dublin?
If you’re staying in the centre of Dublin, you’ll be there within moments after flying into DUB. This terminal is just 10 kilometres from the downtown area.
What airport is best to fly into Dublin?
Travellers from all across the globe go through Dublin Airport each day. Get off the plane, pick up your bags and you’ll be 10 kilometres from downtown Dublin.
How many airlines fly to Dublin?
There are 39 airlines that jet into Dublin from 165 airports across the globe.
Which airlines fly to Dublin?
Aer Lingus and British Airways frequently fly into Dublin. Hopping on an Aer Lingus flight from London is one of the most preferred ways to get there.
How many nonstop flights are there to Dublin?
Flying to somewhere new is much simpler when there aren’t any stopovers to slow you down. If you’re travelling to Dublin, the awesome news is that there are roughly 1,994 nonstop flights operating every week.
Where are the most popular flights to Dublin departing from?
Flights to Dublin from London, Schiphol and Greater Manchester airports are in high demand.
How long is the flight to Dublin Airport?
If it’s London you’re departing, you’ll be midair for around 1 hour and 20 minutes before you arrive in Dublin. Runway to runway from Schiphol takes about 1 hour and 40 minutes and from Greater Manchester, the average flight time is 1 hour and 1 minute.
How to book the cheapest flight to Dublin?
We’ve all come across those fortunate travellers who manage to land super cheap plane tickets wherever they go. Want to know how to do it for your Dublin holiday? Don’t wait until the last possible moment to secure your flight. Don’t stop there, though. Do some research and see if there are a few airports at your destination. Prices often differ depending on which airport you jet into. Make sure you compare prices across air carriers as well. And finally, remember that it’s first in, best dressed. Know what a typical airfare costs and be ready to snap up a ticket as soon as you see an unbeatable bargain. The sweetest deals don’t last long.
How to survive the flight to Dublin?
No matter where you’re coming from, flying can be an enjoyable experience if you’re well prepared. Follow these handy tips that will get your Dublin escape started on the right note.What to pack in your hand luggage:

  • A plane ride can be a great experience if you pack the right stuff. First of all you’ll need basic toiletry items, such as deodorant and a toothbrush, a spare pair of socks and something to read. Secondly, find a spot in your bag for your electronic devices, chargers, any vital medications and maybe a comfy neck pillow too. Lastly, and most importantly, don’t forget to bring your passport, travel documents and your credit cards.

Do not pack the following items in your hand luggage:

  • Leave all your full-sized bottles of shampoo and conditioner in your checked luggage. Any liquids or gels in your carry-on bag larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) will be confiscated by security. Pointed or sharp objects, like your precious Swiss Army knife, and dangerous products which are flammable or explosive, such as spray paint, flares and fireworks, are also banned.

What to wear on a flight:

  • The aisles of your aircraft are no place for a fashion parade. Layer yourself up with comfortable clothes and don’t forget to bring a cardigan as it tends to get cool inside the cabin during long-haul flights. Flat, enclosed shoes are also a sensible choice.
  • A condition by the name of DVT (deep vein thrombosis) can pose a risk on long-haul flights. It results from blood clotting due to poor circulation. Doing regular foot and leg exercises while seated helps to prevent this happening. Wearing a good-quality pair of compression socks or tights is also a wise idea.

How to get through airport security fast when flying to Dublin?
It’s easy — be prepared. We’ve pulled together some top tips for a fuss-free trip through airport security. Look out Dublin, here you come:

  • First things first. Your travel documents and passport will need to be presented to airport security personnel. Keep them handy to avoid fumbling around for them.
  • The X-ray machine is up next. Empty your pockets and remove anything that is likely to beep. This includes things like earphones or headphones, as well as your coat or jacket. They’ll all need to go on the X-ray conveyor belt.
  • For just a few moments, you’ll have to unplug from the digital world. Your tablet, phone and any other electronics must also be sent through the scanner.
  • Any gels or liquids, such as shampoo or hand cream, that you want to take on board must be no greater than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters). Also, everything must fit inside a quart-size (one litre), clear zip-close bag.
  • Slip-on shoes are a sensible footwear choice as you’re less likely to be required to remove them when passing through security. Big boots and other heavy-style shoes are often subjected to additional screening.
  • Sharp items such as knives and scissors can’t be taken on board. They’ll be confiscated at security, so pack them safely away in your checked baggage.

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Prices were available within the past 7 days and start at ₹6,199 for one-way flights and ₹9,376 for round trip, for the period specified. Be sure to select the 'Direct flights only' box above if you are looking for a non stop route. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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