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Flights to Dublin, Ireland

More and more airlines are flying to Dublin airport each year and Ireland’s second carrier, Ryanair, is continually expanding its services into Europe. For visitors to Dublin, this means it is easier than ever to visit Ireland’s capital city.

Thanks to Ireland's close historic ties with the USA, there are scheduled direct flights to Dublin from seven major US airports. Dublin is one of the few airports offering ‘border preclearance’ services for US-bound passengers.

For long distance destinations in Asia, Africa or South and Central America, you may need to change over at one of London’s airports (Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton or City), or with another major European air terminal, such as Frankfurt, Munich, Paris (Charles De Gaulle) or Amsterdam. There are around 50 scheduled flights daily from Dublin to all five London airports for onward connections to overseas destinations.

Below you will find some scheduled direct flights to Dublin. The list focuses on the busiest all-year-round routes to and from Dublin. Many airlines add direct flights from other European airports to Dublin during the summer months. Check before you go.

Irish Airlines

Aer Lingus
Ireland’s national carrier is Aer Lingus. The airline flies to destinations all over the world with direct flights to many major airports in the USA and Canada. Aer Lingus has re-styled itself as a budget airline in recent years, competing with Ryanair on some routes.
www.aerlingus.com

Ryanair
Ireland’s other big airline is the budget carrier, Ryanair. Ryanair regularly add new routes to regional airports throughout Europe, often with good deals from smaller airports.
www.ryanair.com

Aer Arann
The smallest Irish carrier, Aer Arann operates a range of domestic flights to Dublin from Cork, Donegal, Galway, Sligo and Knock, as well as international flights from the Isle of Man, Blackpool, Cardiff and Inverness in the UK.
www.aerarran.com

Flights To Dublin

Flights To Dublin From France
Paris is an important air hub for flights to and from Dublin and serviced by three different airlines.

Flights To Dublin From Germany
Frankfurt Airport is a main connecting hub for intercontinental flights to Dublin. Many regional airports offer directflights to Dublin as well.

Flights To Dublin From Italy
Both Aer Lingus and Ryanair are operating direct flights to Dublin from Rome and Milan.

Flights To Dublin From The Netherlands
The main departure point for flights from The Netherlands to Dublin is Amsterdam Schiphol.

Flights To Dublin From Poland
Direct flights are avaialble from Polish capital Warsaw as well as regional airports.

Flights To Dublin From Portugal
Both Lisbon and Faro are directly connected with Dublin.

Flights To Dublin From Spain
Direct flights to Dublin are available from Madrid, Barcelona and Malaga.

Flights To Dublin From The UK
It is convenient and fast to fly to Dublin from Ireland's next door neighbour, The UK. All international and many regional UK airports offer daily flights to Dublin.

Flights To Dublin From The USA
Direct flights to Dublin are available from seven international airports in the US, including JFK, Boston, Chicago O'Hare, San Francisco and more.

Flights To Dublin From The Baltic States
The three Baltic states - Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania - are well connected with Dublin. Air Baltic operates daily direct flights to Dublin from its Baltic hub in Riga (Latvia). Additional direct flights to Dublin are operated by Aer Lingus from Vilnius (Lithuania) and by Ryanair from Kaunas (Lithuania).
www.airbaltic.com
www.aerlingus.com
www.ryanair.com

Flights To Dublin From The Czech Republic
Aer Lingus operates direct flights from Prague to Dublin.
www.aerlingus.com

Flights To Dublin From Hungary
Both Malev, the national Hungarian carrier, and Aer Lingus fly directly to Dublin from Budapest. Budapest airport is also a convenient hub for many Eastern European and Middle Eastern destinations.
www.malev.com
www.aerlingus.com

Flights To Dublin From Luxembourg
Luxair operates daily scheduled flights from Luxembourg to Dublin.
www.luxair.lu

Flights To Dublin From The Middle East
There is a daily direct flight from Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates to Dublin, operated by Etihad Airways, the national carrier of the United Arab Emirates. Flights from other airports in the Middle East require a changeover at one of the following air hubs: Frankfurt (Germany), Paris Charles De Gaulle (France), Amsterdam (Netherlands) or London Heathrow (UK).
www.etihadairways.com

Flights To Dublin From Russia
S7, formerly known as Sibir Airlines, offers direct flights from Moscow Domodedovo International Airport to Dublin in the summer months. The main air hub for connecting flights to Dublin from Russian airports is Frankfurt (Germany).
www.s7.ru

Flights To Dublin From Scandinavia
There are direct flights to Dublin from Copenhagen (with SAS), Oslo (with SAS or Ryanair) and Stockholm Skavsta (with Ryanair). The main hubs for connection flights from other Scandinavian airports to Dublin are London, Amsterdam and Copenhagen. Both carriers, Ryanair and SAS, may add additional direct flights during the summer months.
www.flysas.com
www.ryanair.com

Flights To Dublin From Slovenia
Adria Airways offers direct flights from Ljubljana to Dublin in the summer months only.
www.adria.si

Flights To Dublin From Switzerland
Direct flights to Dublin are available from Zurich and Geneva. Zurich is serviced by both Aer Lingus and Swissair. The Geneva route is operated by Aer Lingus.
www.swiss.com
www.aerlingus.com

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