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Flight information Dublin to London Luton
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Average flight time, total distance 432 kilometres
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Which airlines fly from Dublin to London?
Ryanair is the only airline that has direct flights from Dublin to London Luton Airport (LTN).
Other airlines fly this route with 1 stop on the way. These include:
Is there a time difference between Dublin and London?
No. Dublin and London share the same time zone.
What is the weather like in London?
London's weather isn't as gloomy as its reputation may suggest. The coldest month is January at 5°C average and the warmest is July at 19°C – warmer than Dublin and many other European capitals. Spring and summer (May to September) are when crowds are thickest, which could make an autumn break a compelling alternative, if you don't mind a bit of rain.
How expensive is London?
Essential travel information for London
- Australian citizens don't need a visa to visit the United Kingdom. You can stay for up to 6 months.
- Visiting London for the first time? See Skyscanner's guide to 3 days in the UK capital.
Departing from Dublin
Dublin Airport (DUB) is the busiest airport in Ireland. It has 2 terminals:
- Terminal 1 for domestic and regional flights
- Terminal 2 for long-haul international flights
Flights to London use Terminal 1, but you should check your booking to make sure. Both terminals have a range of shops, eateries and other facilities including free Wi-Fi and airline lounges.
Dublin Airport recommends arriving for check-in at least 90 minutes before flights to Europe. It's a 15-minute drive from the city centre to the airport in normal traffic or up to 45 minutes by bus.
Arriving in London
London Luton Airport (LTN) is located in the town of Luton, 45km from Central London. Arrivals are on the ground floor of its single terminal, where passengers can look forward to shorter walking times and smaller crowds than in the larger London airports. You can visit the shops and use other airport services before heading to ground transport.
The cheapest way to get from the airport to London is by bus, although this is also the slowest option at 60-90 minutes. The express train only takes 25 minutes to reach London, but this requires a shuttle transfer to Luton Parkway Station first. You can also take a taxi or hire a car from the airport.
Return flights from London to Dublin
If you're staying in Central London, know that it's a long travel time to London Luton Airport. You may prefer to choose a closer alternative for your return or onward flight, such as London City Airport.
Get more information about flights from London Luton to Dublin.
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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.