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Flights from Dublin

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Finding flights from Dublin Airport (DUB)

Dublin Airport (DUB) is the largest and busiest aviation facility in Ireland, situated an easy distance of 10km from the city centre, and linked via buses coaches and taxis.

Passengers can fly to almost 150 destinations across Europe, North America, and the Middle East. The main airline operators from this hub are Ryanair, Aer Lingus, United, Air Canada, SAS, FlyBE, WOW, American Airlines, Lufthansa, British Airways, Finnair, and Turkish Airlines.

Popular destinations from Dublin Airport (DUB)

Ireland is a pretty compact country, but you can find flights from this airport to the rugged landscape of northern Donegal (DXB) or fly south to Country Kerry (KIR), hire a car, and cruise through the incredible Ring of Kerry, which travels along the Iveragh Peninsula.

However, flights from an hour to four can see you exploring much of Europe. A short hop can fly you to the Georgian and medieval splendor of Edinburgh (EDI), Scotland’s beautiful capital, where you can tour castles, gardens, the beaches, or stay in town and be moved by the mournful sound of the bagpipes that are always present in this city. A slightly longer flight can have you strolling the sun-baked streets of Naples (NAP), where you can try pizza in the city where it was invented, visit the museums and churches of this city, or take trips out to Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast in the south.

There are more long-haul choices from this airport than you’d expect from this airport, and in less than 10 hours you can see the Irish influence in the fast-paced, mind-boggling city of New York (JFK, EWR). See this city’s iconic monuments; from the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, to the Brooklyn Bridge, and then spend your days wandering the parks, shops, museums, and restaurants that have made this city one of the best in the world.

Please note that information is correct as of May 2017

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