Compare cheap Birmingham to Dublin flights
Flight information Birmingham to Dublin
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Average flight time, total distance 321 kilometres
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Which airlines fly from Birmingham to Dublin?
Three airlines have direct flights from Birmingham to Dublin Airport. Compare airfare from:
Some 1-stop flights may be cheaper, but this isn't always the case.
Is there a time difference between Birmingham and Dublin?
No. The UK and Ireland share the same time zone.
What is the weather like in Dublin?
Dublin has a warm summer by Ireland's standards, reaching a 16°C average in July, and the average temperature doesn't fall below 5°C in the winter. Visiting in the summertime (June to August) also means you'll catch Dublin's festival season, but prices are generally higher and vacancies fewer during these popular months.
How expensive is Dublin?
Essential travel information for Dublin
- A visa is not required to visit Ireland. Australian passport holders can stay for up to 3 months.
- If you're planning to explore the country, check travel advisories for Ireland to make sure you stay safe.
Departing from Birmingham
Birmingham Airport (BHX) is 13km from the city centre. You can get there by car, taxi, the 900 Airport Link express bus or by train to Birmingham International station, connected to the airport by a free shuttle transfer.
The airport has 2 terminals divided by airlines, connected by a link building with more shops, restaurants and other services. Check your flight booking to see which terminal your airline uses. Check-in opens 2 hours before flights to Dublin and other short-haul destinations.
Arriving in Dublin
Dublin Airport (DUB) also has 2 terminals, with most short-haul flights arriving in Terminal 1. After picking up your bags, you can use an ATM or currency exchange counter to swap your pounds for euros, check emails using the Wi-Fi or grab a bite to eat before heading to your Dublin accommodation.
The cheapest way to get from the airport to Dublin city centre is using the public bus, with adult fares from €3.30. The express bus is faster but costs €7, while a taxi will set you back €20 to €30. If you're not staying in Dublin, you can take a long-distance coach to destinations over Ireland or hire a car from 7 agencies.
Return flights from Dublin to Birmingham
Short-haul flights use Terminal 1 at Dublin Airport, but this depends on the airline. You should aim to check in at least 90 minutes before your flight is scheduled to depart.
Read our route guide to find out more about flights from Dublin to Birmingham.
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Please note: all information is correct as of January 2019.
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.