Flights From Italy To Dublin
Rome and Milan are the main Italian cities servicing Dublin. Between the two cities, you have a choice of five airports with daily connections to Dublin Airport.
Aer Lingus flies directly to Dublin from Rome Fiumicino. You can also travel directly to Dublin with Aer Lingus from either Linate or Malpensa airport near Milan in the north of Italy. Aer Lingus has dropped its prices recently and offers low cost tickets with the comfort of reserved seating.
Ryanair operates daily flights from Rome Ciampino and from Orio Al Serio airport near Milan. The airline also flies directly to Dublin from Venice in the North East of Italy. The carrier operates additional routes between Dublin and regional Italian airports in the summer months. Ryanair is a low cost airline that often has particularly cheap flights to Dublin. You book your flight online and do not require a ticket to check in, just your reservation number. Seats on Ryanair flights are allocated on first-come-first-served basis when you board the plane.