Flights from Brisbane to Dublin
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- Wed 23 OctBNEDUBMon 28 OctDUBBNEEtihad AirwaysIndirectfrom $950
- Tue 22 OctBNEDUBTue 29 OctDUBBNEEtihad AirwaysIndirectfrom $957
- Sun 20 OctBNEDUBSun 27 OctDUBBNEEtihad AirwaysIndirectfrom $959
Flight information Brisbane to Dublin
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Average flight time, total distance 16678 kilometres
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Frequently asked questions
Which airlines fly from Brisbane to Dublin?
There are no direct flights from Brisbane to Dublin. Etihad Airways, Emirates, Air Canada, Qantas, Air France, Singapore Airlines, and Lufthansa frequently operate on1-stop and 2-stop flights to Dublin.
Is there a time difference between Brisbane and Dublin?
Dublin is 9 hours behind Brisbane in the Australian summer and 10 hours behind during the winteror ten hours behind Brisbane depending on the time of year
What is the weather like in Dublin?
Dublin is a lot cooler than Brisbane, with summer days reaching 20°C, and the winter season (December-February) dropping to a chilly 4-6°C.
Spring and autumn experience days as low as 6°C and ones as high as 14°C.
How expensive is Dublin?
The local currency in Dublin is the Euro (EUR).
Dublin is quite a bit more expensive than Brisbane, except when it comes to buying groceries. To save money, purchase food from supermarkets and cook when you can.
Popping out for a cappuccino costs a cheap and cheerful 2.90EUR ($4.35).
Essential travel information for Dublin
Australian citizens will need a passport to visit Dublin.
Departing from Brisbane
Brisbane Airport (BNE) is the primary international facility for the state of Queensland, and for its premier city of Brisbane. Amenities include free WiFi, cash machines, and foreign exchange booths, which can help with any last-minute admin you have before you fly. Restaurants and shops also litter the concourse, and you will find the options here are excellent, with local and international cuisine available, as well as popular fashion shops, duty-free outlets, and newsagencies you can browse through while you wait out your transit time.
Passengers will depart from the International Terminal, though there is a Domestic Terminal too. If you need to connect from one to the other, hop aboard the airport shuttle bus, a free-of-charge service.
Leave 2-3 hours to enable a timely check-in to your international flight.
Arriving in Dublin
Dublin Airport (DUB) functions as the primary hub for the city, and the country, and you will find flying into this airport is easy and comfortable. Passengers can change over cash at the bureau de change counters, or take it out at one of the many ATMs. You can communicate with your loved ones through the free WiFi, check out the duty-free products in one of the many shops, sit down with a meal, or grab a snack on your way out of the airport.
This airport has two terminals, both of which welcome international and domestic routes. These are linked buildings that are walkable.
Find private door-to-door airport transfers with Skyscanner, which are often cheaper than taking a taxi direct from the airport. A taxi journey takes 25 minutes but will cost you 25EUR ($38). Otherwise there are bus services that also run into the city.
There are rental agencies situated in the airport if you’d like to reserve a vehicle for your stay, but you can also book a car online, which will ensure you get the model and the deal you want.
Please note that the information provided above is accurate as of June 2017
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