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£46 £27
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Currency and price comparison

Train Local, one-way ticket
40% Trains in Dublin are 40% cheaper than in London.
London £2.8
Dublin £1.69
Meal Mid-priced restaurant
15% A meal in Dublin is 15% cheaper than a meal in London.
London £20
Dublin £16.95
Exchange rate
1 GBP = 1.18 EUR
1 EUR = 0.86 GBP
Last checked on 25 June 2024
Distance: 288 miles
London airports
Heathrow (LHR) How far from city centre: 14 miles
Stansted (STN) How far from city centre: 30 miles
Gatwick (LGW) How far from city centre: 25 miles
Luton International (LTN) How far from city centre: 27 miles
London City (LCY) How far from city centre: 7 miles
Southend (SEN) How far from city centre: 35 miles
Dublin airports
Dublin (DUB) How far from city centre: 6 miles

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About Your London to Dublin flight

Flying from London to the capital of the Irish Republic couldn’t be any easier, with direct flights taking only 90 minutes. Better still, you won’t need to adjust your watch after landing, as Dublin and London are in the same time zone.

Even though this is a very short flight, you’ll want to get to the airport around two hours before the flight to ensure that you make it in time for boarding. To skip the queues, you might want to check if your airline allows online check-in, that way you just need to declare your baggage and go through security.


Here is a tip for you to make it easier to plan your holiday: next time book a hotel or flight + hotel in Dublin or book a hotel or flight + hotel in London if you have an early flight, a stepover or multi-city flight. If you book your flight + hotel together you can save up to 40% when compared to booking separately and all that's left for you to do is relax and enjoy your trip!

Airlines that fly from London to Dublin

Four out of London’s six main airports host flights to Dublin with three airlines running pretty regularly. Here is a list of the airlines and the London airports they depart from:

Your London airports for Dublin flights

You have a few choices when it comes to picking a London airport that goes to Dublin. Ryanair will take you to Dublin from Gatwick, Luton, or Stansted – three of your four outer London airports. Aer Lingus and British Airways go from Heathrow and, occasionally, Gatwick.

Bus routes, overground trains, and connecting underground trains all offer regular and direct services to the London airport of your choice. Most of the above have on-site train stations to make the journey even easier.


If you wish to explore the surroundings of the city at your own pace, you can always rent a car in London with Opodo.

What to know about airports in Dublin

Flights from London to Dublin go directly to Dublin Airport. So, whether you’re flying over from Gatwick, Heathrow, Stansted, or London Luton, you’ll be landing as close to Dublin as possible.

Easily the busiest airport in the Republic of Ireland – and the island as a whole – it’s predominantly a hub for Aer Lingus, but hosts several international airlines across its two terminals. More importantly, it’s very well connected to both the city of Dublin and the surrounding areas.

If you’ve selected somewhere in the city when choosing where to stay in Dublin, you certainly won’t be looking to get there via the train as the nearest stations are miles away. Luckily for you, there’s an extensive bus network ready to get you there. Alternatively, there are taxi ranks outside of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 in Zone 3 and Zone 20, respectively.

For most passengers, the answer to how to get to Dublin city centre from the airport is via the Dublin Express. Coaches are set up conveniently as they leave from just outside both terminals and stop at all of the main places in the city. Route 782 and 784 are the ones that you need to catch.


If you wish to explore the surroundings of the city at your own pace, you can always rent a car in Dublin with Opodo.

Dublin Airport’s services and facilities

At Dublin Airport, you can enjoy a myriad of services, great shops, cafés, and restaurants.

Lounges and VIP:Those who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the terminals could also book in at one of the four lounges that offer complimentary drinks. Anyone seeking even more luxury should explore the airport’s Platinum Services, which start from GBP 305 per person.


Shops: You can splash the cash at Jo Malone London, The Loop, La Mer, Guinness Export House, InMotion, Irish Memories, Sunglass Hut, and more.


Restaurants: When you get a bit peckish, there’ll be Burger King, Butlers Chocolate Cafés, Food Village, Gate Clock Bar, Marqette, Starbucks, Street Kitchen, Tap & Brew, The Fallow Kitchen & Bar, and more.


Services: There's a a range of facilities available at the airport, including Wi-Fi, Printing services, Prayer rooms, Medical aid, Pharmacies, Currency exchange, Baby Changing, and more.

What is the best time to fly to Dublin?

The best time to go to Dublin is during the summer months, as the city is notoriously rainy. It’s definitely advised to bring an umbrella or two, but Dublin is full of culture-rich activities that can be done in case of rain.

For more temperate weather, June - August is the time to go. People gather in Dublin’s beer gardens, parks and nearby beaches to soak up the sun. Dublin also has many beautiful green spaces to explore, like St Stephen’s Green or Iveagh Gardens.

Most excitingly, June - August is jam-packed with festivals. In June there is Bloomsday, after the renowned Irish author James Joyce. Fans can even follow in the footsteps of Leopold Bloom from Ulysses. There is also Dublin Pride, a women’s marathon, and a flower and food festival. July welcomes the annual music festival Longitude, and August hosts the Dublin Horse Show and the swimming race, the Dublin City Liffey Swim. Museums to visit (perhaps in a spot of rain) include the Little Museum of Dublin, The National Museum of Ireland and the Chester Beatty Library.

Whenever you visit, and whatever the weather, you’re guaranteed a warm welcome to a city bursting with Irish culture.

Best things to do in the city of Dublin

When anyone says that you can do Dublin in one day, they’re referring to seeing the major sights and enjoying a bit of the nightlife. Really, you could spend weeks in and around the capital of the Emerald Isle and not even scratch the surface of all of its incredible secrets. Whether you want to have fun, take in some nature, or just relax, Dublin has you covered.


To tick off some bucket list items, you’ll likely want to relax in Phoenix Park, walk around Dublin Zoo, and take some snaps of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin Castle, and Christ Church in and around the city centre. A bit further out, there’s also Malahide Castle.

For some memorable activities, get yourself to the Guinness Storehouse, The Abbey Theatre, or the Creative Quarter for some shopping. Then, of course, there’s the centrepiece of so many tourist nights out: Temple Bar. The riverside neighbourhood boasts a whole host of restaurants, bars, and live music events to enjoy.


Your plans for what to do in Dublin don't have to be restricted to the concrete jungle, though. Just outside of Dublin, you can go on some great walks to take in the superb Irish landscape. Howth Cliffs and Bull Island to the east of the city centre are always good choices, as is venturing to the Poolbeg Lighthouse.

FAQs for London to Dublin flights

Which airlines fly directly to Dublin?

Three airlines fly directly to Dublin Airport from London. Ryanair flies to Dublin from some of the further-out airports: Gatwick, Luton, and Stansted. Both Aer Lingus and British Airways will get you to Dublin from Heathrow, but you can also find their flights at Gatwick.


How can I find last-minute flights from London to Dublin?

You can get yourself competitive and even cheap last-minute flights from London to Dublin on the Opodo London-Dublin page. Right at the top, you can see the blocks offering last-minute tickets going now to Dublin from each of the London airports.


What are the cancellation fees and policies for my flight?

The cancellation and refund policies for your flight depend on the conditions of your ticket, as well as your flight provider's policies. However, if you cancel, Opodo must charge a £25 administration fee to organise this. If you have the Cancel For Any Reason Guarantee which can be added on at checkout, you are guaranteed a refund, minus a 20% excess fee.


What are the distances between the city centres and the airports for London to Dublin?

If you want to go between two airports close to their city centres, you’d best be looking at Heathrow (14 miles from Central London) and, of course, Dublin Airport (seven miles). Otherwise, you’re looking at being 40 miles (Stansted), 30 miles (Gatwick), or 29 miles (London Luton) away.


Can I change or cancel my flight from London to Dublin?

Unless you purchased the flexible rates guarantee when you booked you may not automatically be guaranteed a refund. Changing or cancelling your flight is dependent on your ticket conditions and on your airline's policies. Usually, lower cost tickets don’t offer refunds or the ability to change your flight. Tickets purchased with the flexible dates guarantee enable you to change your flight time up to 24 hours before your arranged flight.


Which month is the cheapest to get a flight ticket from London to Dublin?

Surprisingly, the best deals for London to Dublin are found in July, August, and September. The Emerald Isle is beautiful in the summer. Those with Opodo’s Prime membership get even cheaper tickets every month of the year.

Frequently asked questions about flights from London to Dublin

How long does the flight take to go from London to Dublin?
The total flight time between London and Dublin is of around 01:25 hours on average, considering an average distance of 474 km, for both direct and indirect flights for the route (which may have 1 or more stops in other cities in between).
How can I find cheap flights from London to Dublin at Opodo?
The cheapest price for a flight from London to Dublin is 12£. At Opodo we use different machine learned based methodologies to find our costumers the best option available, considering airline combinations, stopovers and direct flights as well as different criteria for inbound and outbound journeys.
Is Dublin expensive to visit compared to London?
If you compare transportation prices, the taxi ride in Dublin costs an average of 3.81 GBP, 15% cheaper than London, with a fare of 4.50 GBP, while train tickets costs 40% less in Dublin: 1.69 GBP against 2.80 GBP in London. If you compare the price of a lunch meal, however, you can find it from 16.95 GBP in Dublin, 15% less than the 20.00 GBP in London. The price of the coffee is around 7% cheaper in Dublin, with an average of 3.40 GBP, while in London the coffee costs 3.65 GBP.
When is the best time to book a flight from London to Dublin?
The most popular months to book a trip from London to Dublin are July, August and May, based on the searches of our customers.
When is the best time to travel from London to Dublin?
The best time of the year to go to Dublin when flying from London depends on several preference factors like climate, seasonality and, of course, price. When it comes to popularity, August is the top 1º month to fly to Dublin from London in terms of searches from our customer, followed by July and May. If you prefer to avoid high peaks of turism, however, and escape a crowded period, January, February and March are the months with less volume of searchs for the route London - Dublin.
Is it possible to purchase a flexible ticket for my flight from London to Dublin?
At Opodo we want to make sure that your travel plans are not affected by any cancelation as well as any possible restrictions Ireland may apply when travelling from London. Is your flight cancelled? We've got your back! With our flexible ticket guarantee you can decide if you want to book another flight - free of rebooking fee - or get a full refund!
How is the weather in Dublin compared to London?
While in London the temperatures can reach an average of 29.01 ºC in summer, with precipitation levels up to 9.0 mm ,Dublin's temperatures can go up to 23.67 ºC during the hot season, with 12.0 mm average of rain rate . In winter, however, weather indicators show around -2.3 ºC in Dublin, compared to the -3.09 ºC average degrees reported in London. During the winter period, London can register 6.0 mm precipitation, while Dublin have an average of 12.0 mm rain level.
Which airports have flights between London and Dublin?
The main airport route flying between London and Dublin is: Stansted (STN) to Dublin (DUB). This route is covered by the following airline(s):
  • Ryanair.
  • Alternatively, you can find London - Dublin flights between Luton International (LTN) to Dublin (DUB) with the following airline(s) flying the route: Ryanair.
Airlines with indirect flights from London to Dublin are:
Klm Royal Dutch Airlines, stopping in Amsterdam for 645 minutes minimum.
  • Eurowings, with 205 minutes scale in Dusseldorf.
  • Flybe, with 765 minutes scale in Exeter.

Dublin - Latest customer reviews

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Date 2019-01-20 Age 51-70 City UK

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Flight Duration 1 h and 25 m Flights between London and Dublin take, on average, 1 h and 25 m minutes, but the time can vary according to other factors
Cheapest flight £12 Cheapest price for a flight between London and Dublin found by our customers in the last 72 hours
Departing Airport Heathrow The airport Heathrow is the departure airport operating flights between London and Dublin
Arriving Airport Dublin Flights departing London with Dublin as destination arrive at Dublin

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