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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Dublin?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $115 and $286 for one-way flights to Dublin for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LHR Dublin Jul 31 - Aug 6 $115
FCO Dublin Sep 3 - Sep 7 $133
CDG Dublin Sep 2 - Sep 13 $160
EWR Dublin Aug 19 - Sep 4 $292
ORD Dublin Sep 4 - Sep 11 $298
SFO Dublin Aug 30 - Nov 30 $307
BOS Dublin Sep 16 - Sep 23 $310
LAX Dublin Sep 10 - Sep 16 $310
YYZ Dublin Sep 25 - Oct 9 $404
JFK Dublin Sep 14 - Oct 6 $546
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LHR Dublin Jun 27 - Jul 8 $116
CDG Dublin Jun 25 - Jun 30 $285
ORD Dublin Jun 26 - Jul 4 $711
SFO Dublin Jun 26 - Jul 5 $757
LAX Dublin Jun 27 - Jul 5 $824
EWR Dublin Jun 26 - Jul 11 $831
JFK Dublin Jun 25 - Jul 1 $860
BOS Dublin Jun 25 - Jun 27 $951
YYZ Dublin Jun 26 - Jul 8 $1,127
*Prices include taxes and fees

Flight Review

Mar 8, 2020

Safe relaxing flight.

Mar 1, 2020

we did not realize we had to buy drinks on flight from milan to dublin. we paid $10 E for two teas and a water

Feb 29, 2020

Wonderful experience.

Feb 24, 2020

Overall, very good.

Feb 24, 2020

Great flight!

Feb 22, 2020

Great service for price.

Feb 17, 2020

Will use Aer Lingus again!

Feb 4, 2020

I was traveling with my infant son, by myself, and fleeing my abusive husband. The staff was unaware of this, but they were incredibly helpful, friendly, and accommodating. They offered to keep an eye on my son so I could have a break and walk around or use the toilet. Both flights, they made sure to help me with my bags, to and from my seat. They made a very traumatic move more pleasant. I highly recommend this airline. I have traveled with many different airlines, but Aer Lingus is the best!!!

Feb 2, 2020

Great flight and service!

Jan 23, 2020

I wish you didn't charge for coffee and tea

Jan 12, 2020

Only issue was one of the TVs were not working. Also was asked to turn reading light off which meant I had nothing to do for the entire flight.

Jan 8, 2020

Seats are a bit tight

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Dublin Flight Information

Traveling toDublin
Lowest Price$115
Number of Airlines Serving
Airlines ServingSAS, TAP Portugal
Number of Daily Flights
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FAQs about Dublin Flights

Can I catch a flight to Dublin at the moment?

For current and in-depth info regarding passengers on flights bound for Dublin, check out the Covid-19 Travel Advisor. All you need to know about current travel restrictions and quarantine requirements is all here in one convenient place.

Which airlines fly to Dublin?

20 airlines offer flights to the city of Dublin, making it one of the world's liveliest airline hubs. Many wise wanderers choose to fly with these carriers:

  • Aer Lingus
  • Ryanair
  • British Airways
If I am not able to travel due to COVID-19, can I change my booking to a later date?

For more info about changing your flight to Dublin, please visit our Customer Service Portal.

What airport is best to fly into Dublin?

Booking your trip to Dublin is easy, as it's serviced by just one airport. You'll find Dublin Airport around 6 mi from the bustling downtown area.

Where to stay in Dublin

There's nothing quite like getting into bed after a busy day of seeing the sights. With 2,283 properties in Dublin, you can have your pick of the cushiest of them.

Keen for a taste of the high life on your trip? Book a stylish room with fancy extras at the Temple Bar Hotel. Traveling with a smaller budget? Don't worry, you won't be left in the cold. The Dublin Citi Hotel will keep both you and your bank balance happy.

If you're interested in visiting Guinness Storehouse, you might want to stay within close proximity. The Sweet Inn - St. James Court and the Beautiful City Centre Apartment are just an easy stroll away, so you can be sure you won't miss out on any of the fun!

Places to visit in Dublin

With so many famous attractions in Dublin, you might have to tell your boss you'll need more time off. Begin with Trinity College, and Ha' Penny Bridge. You'd also be mad to miss out on seeing Dublin Castle, and St. Stephen's Green.

So much to see and so little time. If you're keen to discover the best this city has to offer, add The Book of Kells, and Brown Thomas Flagship Store to your vacation itinerary. If you get the chance, try to stop by O'Connell Bridge, and Gaiety Theatre as well.

Croke Park consistently offers gripping matches for you to enjoy. Need some more options? O'Connell Street is a fun local road where you are sure to be entertained. And there's more. Spend a bit of time walking along Grafton Street, a well-known local road.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Dublin

Your adventure to Dublin starts as soon as you've completed the security checks. We've summarized a few tips and pointers to make sure you pass through quickly:

  • Keep your travel ID and boarding pass in an easily accessible place. They'll be the first things you'll be told to produce by security staff.
  • You'll need to place your music on pause for a little while. Headphones and earphones must be taken off and placed in a bin for X-raying. The same goes for items such as belts and heavy jackets.
  • Electronic items such as phones, laptops and cameras will need to be sent through the X-ray machine separately. Be sure you can get to them quickly.
  • Deodorant, toothpaste and other toiletry items in cream, liquid or gel form need to be stored in containers smaller than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters). They must also fit in a 1-quart (1-liter) clear resealable bag.
  • Security personnel will likely tell you to remove your shoes in preparation for entering the body scanner. Wear a pair that you can slip off easily. There's nothing worse than having to do your laces up again and again.
  • Some countries have strict quarantine laws. Consider where you're going to and whether or not you're permitted to fly with fruit and meats.

Flights To Dublin

As the saying goes, “Anything worth doing is worth doing in Dublin.” Alright, we’ll admit that isn’t quite how the saying goes, but it is certainly true. Whether you enjoy the revelry of the crowd at sporting events or the serene quiet of historical buildings and museums, you will enjoy it tenfold in venerable Dublin. This is a city for everyone: soccer fans, history enthusiasts, culture lovers, and even kids, with its zoos, interactive museum exhibits, and more. Plus, this capital city is famously friendly, so you are sure to meet a local acquaintance or two along the way.

There is a real saying in Ireland that goes “May the roads rise to meet you/May the wind be at your back,” and that is one that your upcoming vacation is sure to fulfill. With the perfect itinerary planned, the roads will rise to meet you, and with flights to Dublin, Ireland from Travelocity, the westerly wind will be at your back, as well.

Transportation from DUB

Once flights to Dublin land, passengers are about 8 miles from the city centre. If you need to take a rest, you have many hotels to choose from in the immediate vicinity of the airport, and many of them will offer shuttle service to and from the airport terminals. Dublin’s extensive bus system offers plenty of options to get you to hotels just about anywhere in the city, and taxis are always available as well. If you’re planning on journeying into that famous, rolling green Irish countryside, just make your way to the car rentals counter in the Arrivals Hall. Once you've checked into your hotel, set down your bags. It's time to head out to enjoy Dublin!

Things to Do Near DUB

Just can’t wait to get in on the history, beauty, and incredible experiences that await? Or, perhaps, you simply don’t have much time. No matter—even those with airfare to Dublin for business reasons or who simply have a long layover in the city can enjoy some amazing attractions.

  • Malahide Castle & Gardens is just 5 miles northwest of the airport, meaning it’s easy to reach by taxi at any time of day. Yes, you can tour a spectacular castle—even if your tickets to Dublin only keep you here for a short time.
  • If you don’t mind spending a few more euros, seeing the sights of the city centre is also achievable in a quick trip. The Airlink and Aircoach express buses run up to every 15 minutes, and will have you downtown in no time.

Hotels in Dublin

We hope you do have at least one night in Dublin, for your own sake. You don’t want to miss out on all this city has to offer. Take our advice and book a room at one of these great Dublin hotels:

  • The Westbury Hotel is a 10-minute or less walk from, well, just about everything. To the east you will find “museum quarter.” Just south lies the esteemed Gaiety Theatre. And inside, opulent amenities and top service earn this hotel five stars—an affordable luxury when you’ve saved money with cheap flights to Dublin.
  • The Westin Dublin is just steps from the historic Ha’penny Bridge and the Molly Malone statue, two must-have additions to your holiday scrapbook. And with an on-site restaurant and 24-hour room service at this 4-star hotel, you’ll always have plenty of options for refueling after all that exploring.
  • Best Western Plus Academy Plaza Hotel was made for culture connoisseurs, especially of the written word. Spend a day at the Dublin Writers Museum or James Joyce Centre and be back for dinner at one of the two restaurants, or a relaxing massage at the spa.
  • Ashling Hotel Dublin has an on-site restaurant and bar, complimentary Wi-Fi, and all the cozy touches of home. But better yet, it’s just a scenic stroll away from the Guinness Brewery, where you can learn all the legends of this famous beer on a tour.

Go Green in Dublin

Go green when you search for Dublin flights right here on Travelocity—go toward green hills, that is. You’ll find an excellent selection of airfares, plus the best deals on the web. The luck of the Irish is sure to be with you when you use Travelocity as your partner in planning. Slainte!

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.