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Flight information Dublin to London Luton

cheapest return price from Dublin to London Luton last month

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airline flies direct from Dublin to London Luton

22

flights a week from Dublin to London Luton

1h 10min

average flight time from Dublin to London Luton, total distance 432 kilometres

Ryanair

was the most popular airline flying from Dublin to London Luton last month

1 airport

London Luton

Airlines offering London Luton flights from Dublin

When looking for cheap flights to London Luton from Dublin, you’ll find numerous direct airfares available per week. The main airlines operating regular flights from Dublin to London Luton are Ryanair, CityJet, Aer Lingus, and British Airways. To find the cheapest flight for this service, it helps to sign up to Skyscanner’s price alerts.

Dublin airport departure information

If you’re looking for a hotel in Dublin for the night before you leave the city, you should book accommodation online to take advantage of many different options plus cheap rates.

On the day of your flight from Dublin to London Luton, aim to get to the airport around two hours (or at the very least 90 minutes) before take-off. Ensure you carry your passport with you too for this international travel.

Dublin airport is not too far from the centre of the city, only around 10km north. It can be reached by various methods, including driving (you can drop off a rental car at the airport or park your own vehicle on site), taxis, and buses. There are multiple bus companies operating trips between the CBD and the airport, including Irish CityLink, Go Bus, AirCoach, Dublin Bus, and Airport Hopper.

To pass the time while you wait to board your plane, you may like to purchase something to eat or drink from one of the bars and cafes in the building, or do some shopping at the variety of stores spread around the terminal. In addition, at the airport you’ll also find services such as baby change facilities, currency exchange outlets, luggage trolleys, restrooms, a church, and drinking fountains. The terminal also boasts free Wi-Fi for travellers to use, plus some SurfBox Internet kiosks where you can use on-site computers and print out documents.

London Luton airport arrivals

When you depart your plane at London Luton Airport, in the suburb of Luton, you might like to use the facilities before you head into the city. At the airport you will find a variety of shops, restaurants and bars, plus a convenience store (Marks & Spencer), and currency exchange outlets. In the addition, the terminal also has a chapel and a multi-faith prayer room, baggage trolleys, restrooms, payphones, baby change facilities, public printing stations, a post box, and some arcade games.

Once you leave the airport you may choose to travel to the town centre in the Borough of Luton in Bedfordshire, which is less than 3km away. If so, you can take a taxi there, drive a hire car, or take the bus. However, many people flying into London Luton airport actually need to make their way into central London. If so, you’ll find that the distance is about 56.5km. You can hire a car to drive there, book an airport transfer online, use a taxi, or utilise public transport.

There are rail services running into the centre of London that can get you there in as little as 21 minutes; or a variety of bus services. National Express buses travel to and from London in as little as 35 minutes, and offer more than 60 transfers per day. Greenline buses travel between the airport and London Victoria; while easyBus, a low-cost express service, travels between the airport and Victoria Coach station or Liverpool Street rail station.

Other important information to note:

When comparing costs of living between Dublin and London you’ll find that London can often be more expensive than the Irish city. For example, the average price of a meal from an inexpensive restaurant in Dublin is $22, while in London you’ll pay about $30. When it comes to taxis to or from the airport, the average cost is $44 in Dublin, while from London Luton airport you’ll have to pay much more due to the distance – around $240 if you want to get into the city centre of London.

Please note: all information is correct as of January 2016.

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