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How Much Does It Cost To Fly To Dublin?

The cheapest tickets to Dublin available within the past 7 days were $441.26. Prices quoted are per person, round trip, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Dublin Flights

Visit the Town of the Hurdled Ford

Dublin is the capital of Ireland. Dublin is actually the English name for the city; in Irish, the city is known as Baile ¡tha Cliath, which means "Town of the Hurdled Ford." Tourists love visiting Dublin in order to experience its vibrant music scene, thriving night clubs, superb shopping, historic sites and welcoming pubs. Dublin manages to balance both the old and the new in a charming and laid-back way; Georgian townhouses stand side by side with gleaming skyscrapers, and department stores featuring the latest fashion trends are housed in buildings dating back to the late 19th century. If you're ready for your Dublin adventure, then book your cheap flights to Dublin on Expedia today.

Dublin's airport

Flights to Dublin land at Dublin Airport (DUB), which is also known as Aerfort Bhaile ¡tha Cliath in Irish. Dublin Airport is located in Collinstown. It is the busiest airport in Ireland and the 25th busiest airport in Europe when ranked by passenger traffic. Airlines with a major presence at Dublin Airport include Aer Lingus, Aer Lingus Regional, Air Contractors, CityJet, Orbest Orizonia Airlines, Ryanair and Thomson Airways. One nice thing about Dublin Airport is that it offers U.S. border preclearance; it is one of two airports in Europe that do so.

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Tips on booking your Dublin flights

Dublin airfare is popular throughout the entire year thanks to its mild climate. However, tickets to Dublin are especially in demand during the high season months of June to August; it's nice and warm in Dublin during the summer. Shoulder season is from September to mid-November and March to May. Low season is from mid-November to February. During the winter, the days are short and chilly, but if you're looking for great discounts, then this is the season for you. Save even more money by getting a weekday flight; weekend flights tend to be more expensive. Instead of taking a direct flight to Dublin, consider taking a flight that has a layover in order to save even more money on tickets.

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Reviews from verified customers

Dec 16, 2017

I did not expect to go thru Homeland sercurity in Dublin, now I know, once I go thru there is limited restaurants.

Dec 16, 2017

Although this was a BA booking the flight was on Aer Lingus. My only criticizm is that their website and app weren’t usful at all.

Dec 16, 2017

Only thing that could have been better was the WiFi. I paid $30 for it and it didn’t work for 75% of the flight. Rest of the trip was great though.

Dec 15, 2017

Fly Aer Lingus Business if you're able

Dec 15, 2017

Very pleased

Dec 15, 2017

We wer held up at Logan for 3 hours awaiting de-icers. This was a Logan Airport problem, probably due t the first snowstorm of the year. Aer Lingus handled it very efficiently, there wer new reservations and boarding cards, plus breakfast vouchers awaiting us in Dublin!

Dec 15, 2017

USA pre-clearance in Dublin was very fast this time. In the summer we had lined up for 2-5 hours and almost missed our connecting flight. I was very impressed with the processing of our flights passengers in Dublin given the late arrival. They had boarding passes and a voucher for breakfast ready for everyone when we landed!

Dec 13, 2017

I was travelling Miami-Dublin on my own with my 9 month old and the staff were very helpful and friendly.

Dec 13, 2017

Airplanes seemed to have some degree of disrepair (water not flowing down in lavatory, seats not moving down to allow sleeping in relaxed position)

Dec 11, 2017

no leg room