Cheap Flights from London to Dublin in 2019
Flight information London to Dublin
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Average flight time, total distance 471 kilometers
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Seven airlines cover flights to Dublin from London. Aer Lingus and British Airways run the bulk of the flights from London to Dublin and all are nonstop. Direct London to Dublin flights are quick. All other flights found on Skyscanner include one layover. KLM flies via Amsterdam, Air France via Paris, Lufthansa has stops in either Munich or Frankfurt, Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has layovers in Stockholm or Copenhagen, and Swiss International Air Lines flies via Zurich.
London Airports Information
The large sprawling Heathrow Airport is the international gateway to the United Kingdom. Four terminals operate at Heathrow and all offer world-class shopping, a plethora of restaurants, coffee shops, and watering holes plus live music and events.
Aer Lingus, Lufthansa, Swiss Airlines, and SAS all depart from Terminal 2. KLM and Air France uses Terminal 4. British Airways uses Terminals 3 and 5 with Dublin flights leaving from Terminal 5. Passengers transiting through Terminal 2 can use the self-service check-in machines to print boarding passes and baggage tags and then go ahead to the bag drop.
London City Airport
Some airlines partner with smaller carriers like BA CityFlyer, KLM Cityhopper, and Lufthansa CityLine that operate from the modest London City Airport. This is the closest airport to central London, making it convenient to reach, particularly for business travellers in the city centre. The single, two-story terminal building is easy to navigate. The ground floor has the check-in desks and departures are on the first floor. Self-service check-in is available for British Airways, Lufthansa, and Swiss Air Lines, and self bag-tagging is also available for British Airways passengers.
Terminal Information for Dublin Airport
Dublin Airport has two terminals, and all flights from London land at Terminal 1. Getting to the hotel is a cinch with Dublin's extensive bus infrastructure. It has around 1,000 buses and coaches traversing to and from the airport. Taxis are available but are expensive. For some good deals on fragrances, cosmetics, and skin care products, browse the shops at The Loop shopping mall at the airport. Prices here are lower than at downtown shops. Those wanting to stock up on wine and liquor will also find outlets like The Irish Whiskey Collection and The Wine Goose Chase at The Loop.
What You Need to Know
For UK and Ireland flights, check in 90 minutes before departure. Upon arrival in Dublin, travellers go straight to the blue channel after reclaiming baggage. Passengers who have something to declare should go to the red point.
What to Expect in Dublin
What's not to love about the Irish? The beer, whiskey, singing, and dancing are world-renowned. Dublin is known as the friendliest city in Europe, so soaking up the Irish culture and jovial personalities of Dubliners makes a visit a pleasure. For those who enjoy exploring castles, Dublin has a fine selection like Dublin Castle, Swords Castle, and Drimnagh.
The Liffey River flows straight through the heart of Dublin, and the city is perfect for walking and bicycling. Weather, however, does not always play along, with summer temperatures even cooler than those in London and August being the rainiest month.
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