Cheap Flights from Vancouver to Dublin in 2019
Flight information Vancouver to Dublin
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Average flight time, total distance 7168 kilometers
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Airlines That Fly From Vancouver to Dublin
Air Canada offered seasonal direct flights from Vancouver to Dublin during the summer of 2016, but currently there are no non-stop flights connecting the 2 cities. Anyone wishing to travel from Vancouver to Dublin can get connecting flights, via British Airways and several other air carriers. Delta Air Lines operates flights from Vancouver to Dublin via Amsterdam, and you can fly from Vancouver to Dublin (with a stopover in Frankfurt) with Lufthansa.
Searching for cheap flights from Vancouver to Dublin using Skyscanner lets you consider a range of routes and air carrier combinations. Air Canada and Aer Lingus, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Aer Lingus, WestJet Airlines and Aer Lingus, and Iberia and British Airways are some of the popular and convenient airline pairings that can take you from Vancouver to Dublin cheaply. If you opt for airline combination tickets from Vancouver to Dublin, keep in mind that some of those fares require a change of airports during a stopover.
Flights from Vancouver to Dublin depart from Vancouver International Airport (YVR). Many of these flights include a plane change at London Heathrow Airport (LHR) before arriving at Dublin Airport (DUB), the main airport in Dublin. The second leg of the journey from Vancouver to Dublin could also take you from London Gatwick (LGW) to Dublin Airport. The average flight time from Vancouver to Dublin is 12 hours.
Vancouver Airport Information
When you’re flying to Dublin from Vancouver International Airport, you’ll need to arrive at the International area of the Main Terminal. Concourses D and E in this terminal are used for international departures.
The Vancouver International Airport has a wide assortment of shops and restaurants to keep you full and having fun as you wait for your flight, and it features relaxing spas and pay-to-use lounges for a bit of relaxation. There are several useful service kiosks and venues at the Vancouver Airport, including medical and dental centres, a pharmacy, a post office, ATMs, and currency exchange outlets.
Dublin Airport Transportation
Dublin Airport is located about 10 kilometers from the heart of Dublin. Well connected by roads, the airport offers various bus services and transport options to get you downtown and beyond. The Airlink
Express route 747, operated by Dublin Bus, can take you to Busaras station in the city centre as well as to the city’s railway stations. Aircoach is a popular option for travellers from the airport into Dublin.
There are plenty of taxis at the airport and a one-way fare in a cab costs about 25 EUR. If you plan on exploring the areas surrounding Dublin, you might want to consider renting a car so you can drive wherever you want for an economical fee and you can have the convenience of doing things by your schedule.
A lively city with many great things to do and see, visiting Dublin will be an experience that you’ll never forget. Highlights of a trip to Dublin often include enjoying a few pints of Guinness at Temple Bar, taking tours of the Guinness Storehouse and the Old Jameson Distillery, admiring the enormous St. Patrick’s Cathedral and the historic Christ Church Cathedral, learning more about the city’s past at Dublinia, and experiencing the eerie atmosphere within Kilmainham Gaol Museum.
Canadian passport holders visiting Dublin don’t need a visa for stays of up to 90 days. Dublin is 8 hours ahead of Vancouver, and July and August are peak months for tourists visiting Dublin.
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