Flights From USA To Dublin
Since the days when the Irish emigrated in thousands to the US in the absence of jobs or - during the 19th century famine - basic food at home, both countries have been joined by tight bonds. These days, you are more likely to see US citizens travelling to Ireland to trace their family roots and Dublin is well served from seven international airports in the US.
New York is the main US location servicing Dublin. Aer Lingus offers daily direct flights from New York John F Kennedy Airport to Dublin. Flights from JFK to Dublin take approximately 5.5 hours. Further south on the East Coast, Aer Lingus also flies directly from Boston to Dublin. Aer Lingus further operates daily flights to Dublin from San Francisco on the West Coast and from Chicago. A direct flight from Chicago O'Hare Airport to Dublin takes approximately 7.5 hours. The trip from San Francisco takes 10 hours.
US airline Continental flies directly to Dublin from Newark Airport in New Jersey, which is conveniently located for New York.
US carrier Delta Airlines flies directly to Dublin from New York JFK. Delta also operates daily direct flights from Atlanta, Georgia, and Orlando, Florida, on the East Coast.