Cheap Flights To Dublin (DUB)

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Cheap Flights to Dublin from $59 One Way, $103 Round Trip

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Dublin When to Go

A bit of breaking news: It rains in Ireland. Often. It's the price of seeing rainbows over the country's supernaturally green hills. In the spring, summer, and early fall, expect a chance of rain every day. Yet also expect outbreaks of gorgeous sunlight each day, too.

Rain on the island is a thesaurus entry brought to life, appearing in subtle gradations from soft mist to light lashings. Just as Irish personalities tend to be less brash and extreme than American ones, Irish rain tends to be less brash and extreme, too. You'll almost never see hard sheets of torrential downpours in Ireland as you might in many parts of North America (except during the winter or along Ireland's western coastline). So don't be put off by the talk of wet weather, because it is less disruptive than you might think.

Our advice: No matter when you visit, always pack an umbrella, a rain-resistant windbreaker jacket, and many layers of clothing, which you can change as conditions warrant.

Summer is peak tourist season in Dublin. Daytime highs are in the high 60s and low 70s, making it a great time to visit. It’s also when the prices of flights and hotels are at their highest. But people are willing to pay for the hope of good weather.

May and September make for fine shoulder seasons because they are historically the driest months, and it stays light from 6 a.m. until 10 p.m., with temperatures averaging in the low 60s during the day. Shoulder-season lodging prices also tend to be discounted by about 20 percent off summer highs.

Winter usually produces bleak skies, strong winds, and chilly temperatures down to the freezing point. Many bed-and-breakfasts are closed this time of year.

Festivals and holidays happen year-round. In March, St. Patrick's Day is the obvious choice, with a parade of bands and floats that winds its way down O’Connell Street and around the entrance to Trinity College. Parade-goers are encouraged to wear costumes as well.

Frequently asked questions

Am I currently able to fly to Dublin?
Our Covid-19 Travel Advisor provides everything from comprehensive information on travel advice reports to the latest quarantine rules. Be sure to check it out before securing your plane ticket to Dublin.
If I am not able to travel because of COVID-19, can I change or cancel?
You’ll find answers to frequently asked questions on our helpful Customer Service Portal. While many airlines make allowances for cancellations or changes due to COVID-19, it’s best to read through the terms and conditions of your chosen carrier before booking.
Which airlines fly to Dublin?
You can pick from 20 airlines with services to Dublin Airport (DUB), the most popular airport in the city. Among all that choice, you’re bound to find an amazing deal. Here are a few of the favorite international airlines that’ll get you to Dublin — and then discovering every corner of this city:

  • Ryanair - 1,927 flights to Dublin per month
  • Aer Lingus - 1,661 flights to Dublin per month
  • British Airways - 131 flights to Dublin per month

What is the best airport to fly to in Dublin?
Dublin Airport (DUB) is the main arrival point to the city, so the only thing you’ll need to mull over will be the window seat or the aisle seat. The center of Dublin is approximately 6 miles away and where many visitors base themselves.
How much is a flight to Dublin?
Last week, prices hovered between $103 and $466 for a return trip to Dublin. One-way fares from London (LHR) dipped as low as just $59 over the same period.
How to book the cheapest flight to Dublin?
Snapping up cheap flights to Dublin is as easy as booking your ticket with Orbitz. But if you’re eager to make sure you’re nabbing the best flight deals around, here are some suggestions to follow:

  • Departing from or landing at other airports can sometimes be more affordable. Enter your preferred departure and arrival points. Next, click on the ‘Nearby airports’ function below to explore your options.
  • If your travel plans aren’t cast in stone, click on the ‘Show flexible dates’ option to view the flight deals for different departure dates. You may find a cheaper fare.
  • You can also use the ‘Show options’ function to filter results for your preferred airline, seating class, nonstop flights and refundable flights. Under ‘Sort & Filter’ to the left, you can even choose the time of day you want to fly.
  • Once you’ve worked out your travel dates, lock in your flight. Prices normally get dearer as the departure date nears.
  • Think about combining your hotels, flights and car rental into one convenient package deal to make your budget go even further.
  • If you can, avoid flying in peak seasons. Airfares usually surge during school breaks, summer and other vacation periods like Easter and Christmas.

What is the best time to book a flight to Dublin?
Book in January, February or August for the best flight prices to Dublin. Once you’ve found a bargain, snap it up — cheap flights tend to come and go in an instant.
What day of the week is the cheapest to book a flight to Dublin?
When it comes to cheap fares to Dublin, the best days to make a booking are generally Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. A fabulous flight deal is just clicks away with Orbitz.
What is the cheapest day of the week to fly to Dublin?
If you’re chasing cheap flights to Dublin, leave at the start of the week. Orbitz data from 2020 shows Monday is the cheapest day to fly out, followed by Tuesday. Saturday has the most expensive fares, so avoid this day and do your wallet a favor.
What is the cheapest month to fly to Dublin?
To score cheap flights to Dublin, you should depart in August. If saving on your plane ticket is your top priority, Orbitz data shows that this is generally the best month to take a trip. June is when airfares are at their peak.
Which airlines allow free cancellation?
Flexible travel is more important than ever, that’s why Orbitz lets you search for airlines that won’t slap on fees for amending your reservation. Add your departure and arrival destinations, then click on “Filter by flexible change policies.” We’ll show you all the options that include free cancellation within 24 hours of booking and no change fees.
What do I need for the flight to Dublin?
Any lengthy flight can be daunting, but it’s nothing a little preparation can’t fix. We’ve rounded up our top tips to ensure your journey flows without a hitch:

  • Nothing is more important than your travel documents. Which to bring and how many depend on whether you’re flying international or domestic. It’s best to check with your airline. In both cases, you’ll need to present some kind of government-issued ID.
  • Have some extra entertainment for your long trip to Dublin. When you’re done watching movies, give your eyes a much-needed break from all that screen time and listen to an audio book.
  • Cabin temperatures are often cold enough to give you goose pimples. Pack a hoodie even if you’re traveling during the height of summer.

How many direct flights are there to Dublin?
There are 763 flights that head straight to Dublin every month, which means you won’t have to deal with any boring stopovers. Reserve a fare with Ryanair or Aer Lingus and then settle back and enjoy the journey. British Airways, KLM, Lufthansa and American Airlines also offer nonstop services to Dublin.
How do I get cheap first-class/business deals to Dublin?
Savvy travelers know how to find first or business-class fares to Dublin without the hefty price tag. Follow their lead with these useful tips:

  • Flexibility is everything. By being open to other travel dates, you’ll have a better chance of spotting a sale on business or first-class airfares.
  • Many low-cost airlines these days offer quality business-class seating that doesn’t cost the earth.
  • Make the most of your airline’s loyalty program and upgrade your seat. Alternatively, you can try bidding for an upgrade in an online auction.

How to get into Dublin from the airport?
Collect a Dublin Airport (DUB) car rental from DUB airport and easily make your way to the downtown area of Dublin. Decide on a vehicle from one of the reputable rental branches on-site like Budget, Avis or Alamo. After you’ve thrown your luggage in the trunk, the city center is 6 miles to the south. If you’d rather take a taxi or public transportation into town and zoom off in some wheels from there instead, browse our Dublin car rentals.
What is the best time to go to Dublin?
You’ll have all the fun you can handle whatever time of the year you choose to go to Dublin, but are the liveliest months. Like to fill your itinerary with plenty of warm-weather experiences? Book your vacation around June 20. This is when summertime starts in the Northern Hemisphere. Expect the mercury to fluctuate between 50undefined and 65undefined during this time.
Travel tips for Dublin

  • Kick off your sightseeing in the downtown area and take yourself on a walking tour of the city’s leading attractions. Guinness Storehouse and Trinity College are a couple of favorites among travelers.
  • You’ll also want to check out the sights a short commute from Dublin’s center. Head toward Malahide Castle and Tallaght Stadium and see a different side of this first-rate destination.
  • Eager to see what else Ireland has to offer? Organize a car rental and set your GPS to Bunratty or Kinvara. With your own set of wheels, getting to those harder-to-reach destinations will also be easy.

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