Cheap Flights from Dublin Airport to London Stansted Airport
Flight information Dublin to London Stansted
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Average flight time, total distance 470 kilometers
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Flying out of Dublin Airport
Dublin Airport (DUB) serves Ireland's capital city. The airport is located about 10 km north of Dublin. The airport consists of two terminals, connected by a free airport shuttle. International passengers should arrive at the airport at least three hours before flight departure.
Dublin to London Stansted Airport is in the top ten busiest international routes at Dublin Airport. Currently, Ryanair is the only carrier offering direct flights from Dublin to London Stansted. Ryanair operates out of Terminal 1 and flies this route frequently. Other airlines also fly this route, such as Lufthansa and Aer Lingus. However, these flights will be more expensive and have one to three layovers.
London Stansted Airport Information
London Stansted Airport (STN) is one of London's six international airport options. The airport is located about 48 km from central London and consists of one terminal separated into three areas. The departures area is then connected to three satellite buildings which house all the gates. Ryanair uses Satellite 2 and Satellite 3. Satellite 2 can be accessed via a fully automated people mover and Satellite 3 can be accessed via a pedestrian walkway.
Taking the Stansted Express train is a very popular option for getting from the airport to central London. The train leaves from a train terminal located within a two-minute walk of the airport. It runs every 15 minutes from 5:30 AM to 12:30 AM. Taking the Stansted Express will get you to London in 35-45 minutes.
Other transportation options from London Stansted include taxis, which are available 24/7 outside of arrivals. There are also many bus and coach services that can be pre-booked. Car rental companies are located at the Stansted Airport Car Rental Village, which is off-site from the airport but within a short walking distance. There are eight car rental companies with service counters in the Village, including Avis and National.
What to Expect in London
Dublin and London share the same time zone, so you won't have to worry about any time difference. Cost-wise, you will be paying more for restaurants and entertainment in London than you would in Dublin. With the higher costs, you'll want to be sure you're saving the most on transportation. Keep your airfare costs low by monitoring price changes with a Skyscanner Price Alert. If your vacation dates are flexible, you can also save by travelling at off-peak times. Use Skyscanner's Cheapest Month Search Tool to find out which month you can get the lowest airfare from Dublin to London.
The most popular tourist season in London is the summer, from June to August, when the weather is generally warm. In contrast, the summers in Dublin are generally cool. Both cities experience mild winters. Precipitation levels are about the same in both cities. Spring is also a popular time for tourists to visit London. Though both the springs and falls in London can be unpredictable, the weather is generally pleasant.
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