Cheap Flights from Dublin to London
Flight information Dublin to London
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airlines fly non-stop from Dublin to London
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average flight time from Dublin to London, total distance 471 kilometers
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London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted and London Luton
Cheap Flights from Dublin to London
With 393 flights every week from Dublin International Airport (DUB) to the six airports in England's capital city, it's easy to head on over to London for a visit. Using Skyscanner, you can find the best prices and routes for your flights and book hotels, rental cars and airport transfers if needed. Then it's just a matter of getting on that plane and having some fun.
Best Time to Book a Flight to London
April and May are the most popular months to fly from Dublin, Ireland, to London, United Kingdom, and airfares tend to be more expensive. The least expensive times to go are between June and October, with August being the exception. Doing a flight search on Skyscanner can help you find the best available rate, especially if you are a bit flexible with your travel dates. Mid-week fares also tend to be less expensive.
Airlines That Fly from Dublin to London
Ryanair has the most weekly flights out of Dublin International and is usually the least expensive option. The carrier offers service into London Gatwick International (LGW) as well as smaller airports such as London Stansted (STN) or London Luton (LTN). When booking Ryanair on Skyscanner, note if your selected route flies into and out of the same London airport. Aer Lingus tends to fly into London Gatwick or London Heathrow (LHR). Flight times for most carriers average an hour and 15 minutes. Non-stop flights are the norm. At Dublin International, Ryanair departs from Terminal 1 and Aer Lingus from Terminal 2.
What to Expect When Arriving in London
If arriving at London Gatwick Airport you'll be roughly 62 kilometres from the city centre. The Gatwick Express non-stop train will get you there in about 30 minutes. At London Heathrow, about 25 kilometres away, you'll find the Heathrow Express train getting you to Paddington Station in about 15 minutes. These are two of the busiest airports in Europe so allow extra time to get from your gate to the trains and other transportation options. London City Airport is on the outskirts of downtown, while London Luton and London Stansted are roughly 60 kilometres north of the city. All airports have access to trains, buses, rental cars and taxis.
London Gatwick and Heathrow have the most extensive collection of passenger services and amenities, including Duty Free shops, name-brand boutiques, ATMs, currency exchange services and tourist desks. Wi-Fi is available throughout the airports, including the airport lounges. Airport hotels are available, convenient for those early morning and late evening departures. All airports accepting commercial passenger flights from Dublin have similar services.
Things to Do and See in London
Head for the London Eye, a giant Ferris wheel on the River Thames. Also known as the Millennium Wheel, at 135 metres tall this ride will give you a bird's eye view of the city. Buckingham Palace should be on your list, whether it's just to catch the changing of the guard or to take an inside tour. Visit St Paul's Cathedral, the scene of many Royal weddings and the Tower of London, the place that guards the Crown Jewels. Set your watch to Big Ben. The iconic clock tower is hard to miss. Visit the British Museum and discover Egyptian mummies and other treasures from centuries past. Follow in the footsteps of Shakespeare at the Globe Theatre.
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