Cheap Flights from Toronto to Dublin in 2019

Flight information Toronto to Dublin

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 5293 kilometers

6h 30min

Most popular airline last month

Aer Lingus


1 airport

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Dublin Hotels

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Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge


Airlines that Fly to Dublin From Toronto

There are 17 airlines that fly to Dublin from Toronto, including major airlines, Air Canada, Aer Lingus, Air Transat, and Lufthansa. Many budget airlines offer service on this route, and some of the best deals from Dublin to Toronto are found on discount airlines WOW air and Air Canada Rouge.

Direct flights to Dublin from Toronto are not available every day. So, if you want to skip making layover stops, you should consider this when searching for flights. Most of the major airlines offer direct flights, and there are many more flight options available if you’re willing to make 1 or 2 stops. To get cheap flights to Dublin from Toronto, it’s usually best if you book your tickets at least 4 weeks in advance of travelling.

Toronto Pearson Airport Information

Flights to Dublin leave from 2 terminals at the Toronto Pearson Airport, so it’s important you thoroughly check your boarding pass to make sure you arrive at the correct terminal. Air Canada and Lufthansa fly out of Terminal 1. Aer Lingus and Air Transit flights leave from Terminal 3.

In Terminal 1, there are several cafes and restaurants you can eat at. Caplansky’s is one of the places that offer quick meals and beverages before a flight and it’s a Toronto favourite. Relay, a newspaper and travel store in Terminal 1, provides light reading material and travel necessities that you can use on the plane, have with you for extended layovers, or throw in your bag in case you forgot to pack something for your trip.

If you’re flying out of Terminal 2, you can grab a salad at Freshii or purchase a coffee or tea at Starbucks. The Eurobar in Terminal 3 is a great venue for enjoying a drink and light snack before you take off. There are 2 Relay stores in Terminal 3.

Practical Information for Travelling to Dublin From Toronto

All airlines providing flights to Dublin from Toronto recommend that you arrive at the airport at least 3 hours prior to your scheduled flight departure. Canadian citizens only need a valid passport to travel from Toronto to Dublin. Non-Canadians and Canadians who plan on staying in Dublin for more than 90 days must have a visa.

What to Expect in Dublin

In Dublin, cobblestone streets littered with pubs welcome tourists for drinking and socializing. If you love beer, you might be thrilled to find out that your cherished drink is abundant in Dublin. The Guinness Storehouse, a place where travellers can explore the rich history of how beer has evolved over the years, sits in the heart of Dublin.

There are many other distilleries in Dublin, and there are plenty of markets, shopping boutiques, and live performance venues to enjoy. Marsh’s Library, a preserved scholars’ library, is a popular attraction in Dublin that many travellers like to visit. The library has remained nearly unchanged over the course of three centuries.

Ready to visit Dublin and enjoy its amazing offerings? You can find cheap flights to Dublin from Toronto using Skyscanner.

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