Cheap flights from London Heathrow to Dublin
Flight information London Heathrow to Dublin
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Average flight time, total distance 449 kilometres
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Airlines offering Copenhagen flights from Dublin
At the time of writing, direct flights are available to Copenhagen from Dublin with Ryan Air and Norwegian flying the route. There’s a good selection on offer in terms of times and travel dates so securing a cheap flight shouldn’t be difficult. Skyscanner’s price alerts is a great way to keep track of flight prices and ensure you don’t miss out on a good deal.
Dublin Airport departures information - ensuring your take-off is as smooth as possible
Located 10km north of Dublin’s city centre, Dublin Airport is relatively easy to get to. Choose to travel via bus, coach, taxi, rail or park your car at the airport. If you’re looking for value for money, it’s best to pre-book your parking online – you can read more about car parking options here.
A number of shuttle buses run on a 24 hour basis in the long-term parking area. Once you’ve arrived at the airport and are settled, head over to The Loop if you need to do any shopping. Different shops can be found in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 and in both terminals, you’ll also find a range of restaurants, bars and cafes – you can also read more about ICE Foreign Exchange here. Order your currency online and organise for ICE to have it ready for collected at your desired location.
Copenhagen airport arrivals - information to keep handy
The largest airport servicing the Nordic countries, Copenhagen Airport is located on Lufthavnsboulevarden 6, 2770 Kastrup. As you would expect, a range of dining options will be available to you upon arriving if you are hungry (and served to you within 15 minutes of ordering according to the airport).
A number of shops are on-hand if you’re a keen shopper or need to make a quick pitstop. The airport is very well serviced by bus, train and metro so getting to your destination can be easy and cost-effective. Of course, you can always choose to hire an airport transfer or organise for a hire car.
Other important information to note:
Passport and identification requirements – As you’ll be flying outside of Dublin on an international route to Copenhagen, you will require a valid passport. You are also likely to need additional photo identification such as a driver's licence, passport or social security card and don’t forget your flight ticket.
Arriving in time to check-in – As a general guide, Dublin Airport advises all passengers to arrive at least 90 minutes ahead of their scheduled flight and to allow an additional 30 minutes if you need to park your car.
Time difference between Dublin and Copenhagen – When travelling to Copenhagen from Dublin, be prepared to switch your clocks ahead as Ireland is one hour behind.
Weather differences between Dublin and Copenhagen – While the temperatures in Dublin and Copenhagen are similar, you can expect to see more rainy days while visiting Copenhagen. That said, Dublin’s overall temperatures do tend to be higher
Difference in living costs between Copenhagen and Dublin – Upon landing in Copenhagen, you’ll find the cost of food and drink is relatively similar to Dublin. However, Copenhagen is on average, a more expensive city with an inexpensive meal for two people at an average restaurant costing around $30 more in Copenhagen. Prices do vary quite a bit so be sure to do your homework ahead of times.
Please note: all information is correct as of January, 2016.
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