Aer Lingus operate a number of flights from London to Dublin with a range of deals on offer.
London to Dublin Flight Information
|⏰||Total Flight Time||1 Hour 25 Minutes|
|✈️||Total Flight Distance||288 miles|
|💨||Airport to the city distance||7 miles|
|🚕||Transport options from the airport
||Taxi, Bus, Train|
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The total flight time from London Heathrow to Dublin is 1 hour and 25 minutes. The total flight distance is 288 miles.
All passengers arriving in Ireland must complete a COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form. Since Friday 26th March all passengers arriving into Ireland from the UK are legally required to quarantine on arrival for 14 days.
Founded by the Vikings, Ireland’s capital Dublin lies along the River Liffey. Travelers will adore its vibrant nightlife and world-renowned attractions. Book your flight to Dublin with Aer Lingus and experience Irish hospitality as you land in the heart of Ireland. Check out our awesome An Insider’s Guide to Dublin
National Museum of Ireland
Start at Natural History, home of the “Dead Zoo.” See giant Irish deer skeletons, a basking shark, and meet their mascot, Spotticus the Giraffe. Next, go to Archaeology, where you’ll find Viking weapons and medieval treasures. Learn about Iron Age kingship rituals and view their collection of prehistoric gold artefacts. Afterwards, head to Decorative Arts and History. View reconstructed Georgian furnishings, folk art, and Baroque Irish silver.
Things to See in Dublin
Discover Ireland’s rare copy of the Magna Carta at Christ Church Cathedral and see the famed Book of Kells at Trinity College Library. Later, witness the splendour of the Dublin Castle’s state apartments, and explore the medieval undercroft. Afterwards, go to the Dublin Zoo and watch the endangered golden lion tamarins cavorting in the trees.
Shopping in Dublin
Browse Grafton Street’s boutiques for the latest trends. Then grab a snack at a cafe and listen to the melodic street buskers. Pick up souvenirs, like Aran sweaters and pottery, over on Nassau Street, and peruse the booksellers on Dawson Street.
Situated 10 km north of Dublin, Dublin Airport (DUB) is in Collinstown. Take the Airlink Express bus to travel between the city centre and the airport. The airport is located just off the main M50 motorway surrounding the city of Dublin.
Getting to the Dublin airport is easy and fast. Dublin airport is the biggest airport in Ireland and offers plenty of destinations. Fly to your favourite destination with us. We offer transatlantic connections to main cities in the US, local destinations, regular flights to the UK and Europe.
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