Flights From London To Dublin
Historically, London has been Dublin's gateway to the rest of the world when it comes to air travel. There are more direct flights available to and from exotic locations these days, but the Dublin-London route remains very busy. Consequently, all five airports servicing the greater London area are directly connected with Dublin Airport. Of the five London airports, London Heathrow remains the main international air hub for intercontinental flights to and from Dublin. It is also a busy stop-over for flights to other European airports.
Aer Arann, the smallest of the three Irish airlines, flies directly from Cardiff in Wales to Dublin. Aer Arann also operates flights to Dublin from the Isle Of Man.
Aer Lingus flies several times a day to Dublin from London Heathrow and London Gatwick. Aer Lingus has daily, scheduled flights to Dublin from Birmingham in the Midlands and Manchester in the North. The airline also flies directly to Dublin from the Scottish airports of Glasgow and Edinburgh.
UK airline bmi operates direct flights to Dublin from London Heathrow. If you are travelling to catch a rugby match in Dublin, remember that bmi is the official airline of the England Rugby team!
UK national carrier British Airways offers several direct flights a day from both London Heathrow and London Gatwick. BA City Flyer, a subsidiary of British Airways, operates direct flights to Dublin from this airport, which is conveniently located for The City and the East End.
London Stansted serves as Ryanair's main air hub in Europe. The Irish budget carrier offers more routes and options from Stansted than from its Dublin home. Ryanair further offers some of its cheapest air fares from Stansted. You can often get real bargain flights to Dublin from here!
The airline also flies to Dublin from two other London airports, Gatwick and Luton.
Ryanair operates direct flights from a wide range of regional airports throughout England, Scotland and Wales. You can get daily direct flights at often keen prices from Birmingham in the Midlands and Manchester in the North, from Bristol in the South West and Newcastle in the North East as well as from Glasgow and Edinburgh in Scotland.