Cheap flights to Dublin International Airport (DUB);
Your gateway to the Emerald Isle as well as points in the North Atlantic, Dublin International Airport (DUB) connects to virtually any point on the globe and hosts an array of different airlines. Finding cheap flights to or from Dublin is easy no matter where you are or your destination. If you plan in advance, take advantage of seat sales, and can handle a few restrictions, the travel gets even more economical.Dublin Travel Guide
Best time to book a flight to Dublin
Most travelers to Dublin prefer to explore the city and countryside in warmer summer weather, and this is when tickets are generally the most expensive. If you want a direct flight from Canada, only Air Canada's subsidiary Air Canada Rouge flies here all year round, and then only from Pearson (YYZ) in Toronto. There are extra flights direct from Vancouver (YVR) between May and October.
Airlines that fly to Dublin International Airport (DUB)
Obviously, this is the hub for national carrier Aer Lingus and several Star Alliance airlines have a presence here. You can fly here directly on Air Canada Rouge from Toronto, with direct flights from Vancouver operating in the summer season. Westjet flies here from St. John's (SJN) and Pearson (YYZ), but only during the busier summer months. Big international names like Lufthansa and Ireland's own Aer Lingus offer both last minute and holiday deals to Dublin for longer haul flights, and the no-frills airlines of Europe also have a presence here if you're flying regionally.
What to expect when arriving at Dublin International Airport (DUB)
There are two terminals at the airport, both with similar services and amenities, and what happens when you land depends on where you're going next. Terminal One is mostly for short haul flights, but international carriers like Westjet and Air Canada Rouge also land here. Terminal Two handles long-haul traffic and is also where the convenient US Preclearance area is located.
The Loop shopping center at the airport has better prices than downtown, plus it has the advantage of being duty-free. There are shops, restaurants, cafes, and bars in both terminals. If you're traveling to the United States, you can take advantage of the US Preclearance facilities in Terminal 2, which include a spacious lounge with plush seats and free WiFi.
What to see and do in Dublin
Dublin is only 45 minutes to an hour away, depending on your choice of transit. If you have a layover of at least 5 hours, you can take a quick trip to the city and see the National Museum or the former home of W.B. Yeats. For those lucky enough to be spending a few more days here, Dublin is filled with historic sites that include castles, standing stones, and medieval churches, and once you venture into the countryside, the rustic Atlantic shoreline is also a sight to behold.
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