Cheap Flights from Calgary to Dublin in 2019

Flight information Calgary to Dublin

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Average flight time, total distance 6597 kilometers

11h 45min

Most popular airline last month

Air Canada


1 airport

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Dublin Hotels

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Flight Information

Flights to Dublin from Calgary are available on 12 different airlines. These include Aer Lingus, British Airways, United, Air Canada, Iberia, Air France, Lufthansa, Delta, KLM, American Airlines, Finnair, and WestJet. Travellers will fly out of Calgary International Airport and into Dublin Airport. All flights have one or two stops.

Terminal Information for Calgary International Airport

Located about 17 km from the downtown area, Calgary International Airport is the main headquarters for WestJet, so many flights on this airline go through it. It houses one terminal with Concourses A-E. When travelling on flights from Calgary to Dublin, passengers will typically fly out of Concourses D and E, which are the international concourses. British Airways, American, and KLM fly out of Concourse D, and United and Delta fly out of Concourse E. Air Canada, Air France, Finnair, WestJet, and Lufthansa have flights out of both Concourse D and E, so passengers will need to confirm upon arrival.

When travelling with children, visitors to the Calgary International Airport will appreciate the various climbing and recreational areas located throughout the five concourses. The Aspire Airport Lounge is on the mezzanine level in the international departures area and is open for pay-per-use to international travellers. The lounge offers hot and cold breakfast options, all-day dining menus, sleeping pods, showers, and executive workstations. With over 50 dining and shopping locations, passengers can find just about anything they need in the airport. The Customer Care Ambassadors throughout the concourses can also help with locating a restaurant, store, or other facility.

Terminal Information for Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport is actually in Collinstown, which is about 10 km north of Dublin. It has two terminals, and most of the international flights arrive at Terminal 2. The exceptions are Calgary to Dublin flights on British Airways, Air France, WestJet, Lufthansa, KLM, Finnair, Iberia, and Air Canada, which will likely go into Terminal 1. Transportation by taxi to Dublin city centre will take about 30 minutes. Dublin Bus also provides transportation from the airport to the city of Dublin.

What You Need to Know

Flying from Calgary to Dublin on any airline will require a valid passport. Passengers will also have to go through customs upon arrival into Ireland. Those arriving with goods in excess of the Ireland allowed limit will need to go through the red point, while those who do not have more than the allowance can go through the green channel.

What to Expect in Dublin

Dublin uses the euro as its main form of currency. Exchange locations are located throughout the Dublin Airport. The cost of food, entertainment, and transportation is similar to Calgary. Dinner for two in a sit-down restaurant will cost about CA$61, while a taxi ride from the airport to the city centre is about CA$34. When travelling to Dublin in August, October, or December, passengers should bring umbrellas as the city gets about 80 mm of precipitation and 20 days of rain in a month. The average temperatures fall between 5 and 16 degrees Celsius throughout the year.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.