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Departure Mon, 2 12 2019 Return Tue, 3 12 2019
NCL Newcastle
DUB Dublin
return from £17
Departure Tue, 17 12 2019 Return Wed, 18 12 2019
NCL Newcastle
DUB Dublin
return from £37
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Currency and price comparison
Exchange rate
1.00 GBP = 1.16 EUR
British Pound Sterling Euro
1 EUR = 0.87 GBP
Last checked on 22 November 2019
Train
Local, one-way ticket
11%

Trains in Dublin are 11% cheaper than in Newcastle.

Newcastle
£2.8
Dublin
£2.48
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
7%

The average meal is 7% more expensive in Dublin than in Newcastle.

Newcastle
£12
Dublin
£12.85
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
72%

Taxis are 72% more expensive in Dublin than in Newcastle.

Newcastle
£2
Dublin
£3.43
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
0%

A coffee in Dublin costs roughly the same as in Newcastle.

Newcastle
£2.73
Dublin
£2.73
( Newcastle airports
  • ? Newcastle International (NCL)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
) Dublin airports
  • ? Dublin (DUB)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
L Distance: 219 miles

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Useful information for the flight from Newcastle to Dublin

How long is the flight from Newcastle to Dublin?

The flight duration from Newcastle to Dublin is just one hour and 10 minutes. Flights travel west over the United Kingdom and the Irish Sea before descending into Dublin Airport.

What documentation do I need to fly to Dublin from Newcastle?

British citizens do not require a passport to enter Ireland but photo identification is required to fly. This normally takes the form of either a passport or driving licence. Each airline sets its own policy so checking the travel requirements before booking is strongly advised to ensure you have the correct documentation.

Is there a time change from Newcastle to Dublin?

There is no time difference between Newcastle and Dublin. Both cities operate on GMT.

What are the most important things to pack in my suitcase when travelling to Dublin?

The climate in Dublin is largely similar to Newcastle, though day to day weather may vary considerably, so it is advisable to check the forecast before travelling. Comfortable walking shoes and a light raincoat are a good idea no matter when you're taking your Dublin city break.

Which airlines fly from Newcastle to Dublin

The following airlines fly from Newcastle to Dublin:

  • Aer Lingus, the flagship carrier of Ireland with a large base at Dublin Airport.
  • Ryanair, a large European low-cost carrier with its headquarters in Dublin.
  • British Airways, the national carrier of the United Kingdom operating a wide range of both domestic and international routes.
  • KLM, the largest and national carrier of the Netherlands with its base in Amsterdam.
  • Air France, based in Paris, the national carrier of France and a member of SkyTeam.

How to find cheap flights from Newcastle to Dublin

You can find cheap flights from Newcastle to Dublin with Opodo's online search engine in a matter of moments. The easy to use interface lets you select variables such as preferred airline, airport, desired departure time, or the cheapest flights on your date of travel. If taking a direct flight is essential you can also choose to see routes which don't require a stopover. Otherwise, use the sliding bar to see flights with a specified maximum layover duration. Travellers with flexible departure dates can also use Opodo to look for last-minute deals.

When are the best times to fly from Newcastle to Dublin?

  • Visit Dublin in May to make the most of the mild spring temperatures and enjoy the city before the primary summer seasons gets underway. Hotels are also cheaper during this period.
  • August is a fantastic time to visit Dublin if you want the best weather for exploring the surrounding countryside and the enormous Phoenix Park located in the city limits.
  • With only 11 days of rain, on average, and relatively mild temperatures, Dublin in October is an excellent time to visit. The city is much less crowded than the summer and prices are also more affordable once the peak summer season has ended.

Airports in Newcastle

Newcastle has one international airport known simply as Newcastle International Airport.

Useful information about Newcastle International Airport (NCL)

The airport in Newcastle is located 6.5 miles to the north of the city. The airport is the second largest in the north of England.

How to get to the airport:

  • By metro — the metro's green line is connected directly to the airport. Services from Newcastle take 20 minutes; services from Sunderland take 50 minutes to reach the airport.
  • By road — the A1 trunk road connects the airport to the city in 20 to 30 minutes depending on the traffic conditions. Whether you're driving or taking a taxi, always leave time for traffic.

Services: lounges, prayer room, business services, bars, restaurants, and duty-free.

Airports in Dublin

Dublin is served by one large airport located to the north of the city centre.

Useful information about Dublin Airport (DUB)

Dublin Airport is six miles from the city, in the vicinity of Collinstown. This is the main airport in Ireland, and therefore offers an extensive network of short and long haul flights.

How to get from the airport to the city:

  • By bus — numerous bus services operate between the airport and Dublin's city centre. The express services are the 747 and 757, which typically take between 20 and 30 minutes to reach the centre of town.
  • By car — taxi stands are available outside both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Taxis take roughly 20 minutes.

Services: left luggage, bag wrapping, printing services, meet & greet, wireless internet access, shopping, dining, medical aid, and religious facilities.

What to do and visit in Dublin

  • Explore the bars in the lively Temple Bar district.
  • Visit the historically significant medieval Dublin Castle.
  • Spend the afternoon getting fresh air in Phoenix Park.
  • Visit the Guinness Experience to learn about, and sample, Ireland's most famous tipple.
  • Walk across Ha'penny Bridge.
  • Visit the National Gallery of Ireland.
  • Visit the grand, 16th century Trinity College Library.
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