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Dublin

Min / Max Temperature (°C)
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How to get cheap flights from New York to Dublin Tips and advice from our flight experts

If you’re planning on heading from New York to Dublin, you probably want some cheap flights. Luckily, to help you find the best deals, we’ve scanned and compared all 110 of the weekly flights on this route.
When you’re searching for cheap flights from New York to Dublin, start by looking at all the available airports. You can fly to Dublin Airport (DUB) from John F Kennedy Airport (JFK), Newark Liberty International (EWR), La Guardia (LGA) or Stewart International Airport (SWF). There’s a real range of airlines to choose from too. You can fly direct with airlines like Aer Lingus, Norwegian and Lufthansa, but indirect flights are also provided by popular airlines like Air Canada and British Airways. Flight times and prices will vary depending on your airport and airline, so it’s best to compare all your options.
Another way of finding cheap flights to Dublin is to search by month. If you’re flexible on dates, this will really help you hunt down a bargain. July is the most expensive month to fly from New York to Dublin so, if you want to visit at this time of year, it’s best to book in advance. Airfares are also high in August and December, while January, February and November are usually the cheapest months to fly.


FAQs about flights from New York to Dublin

Which airlines fly from New York to Dublin?
A number of airlines provide flights from NYC to Dublin – but your airport will affect your options. If you want direct flights from JFK to Dublin, you can fly with Aer Lingus, Air France, Delta, or KLM. The latter three offer indirect flights too, along with American Airlines, British Airways and Icelandair.
Direct flights to Dublin are also available from Stewart Airport with Norwegian. Alternatively, you can fly direct to Dublin from Newark with Aer Lingus, Lufthansa or United Airlines, while indirect flights are provided by Air Canada, American Airlines and British Airways. Air Canada also offer indirect flights to Dublin from La Guardia Airport.

Which airlines have the cheapest flights to Dublin?
Aer Lingus or KLM usually have the cheapest flights from New York to Dublin.

Can I fly direct from New York to Dublin?
Yes – you can fly direct to Dublin from JFK Airport, Newark Airport or Stewart Airport.

How long is the flight from New York to Dublin?
A direct flight takes just under 7 hours.

How do I get into Dublin from Dublin Airport?
Dublin Airport is just 10 kilometres north of the city, so getting into Dublin is very easy. Hundreds of buses and coaches run to and from Dublin Airport every day – but the ones you want to look out for are Airlink 747 and Aircoach 700. The first is available between 5am and 11:30 pm, while the the second runs 24/7. Both go through Dublin city centre, and the journey takes about 40 minutes. A one-way ticket costs about €6 – you’ll just need to buy it from the driver. Alternatively, a taxi to Dublin city centre will set you back roughly €30. If you’re hiring a car, you’ll find all the car hire kiosks in Terminal 1.

What are the top things to do in Dublin?
Dublin has everything you need for a fantastic city break – fascinating history, cultural sites and excellent pubs. There are loads of museums worth a visit, including Kilmainham Gaol, the Irish Emigration Museum and the Irish Whiskey Museum. On the topic of drinks, make sure you take a tour around the city’s famous Guinness Storehouse and the Jameson Distillery. And, of course, no trip to Dublin would be complete with a visit to The Temple Bar, where you can look forward to a wide range of drinks, tasty food and live music.

Do I need a visa to travel to Dublin?
If you’re travelling on a British passport, you currently don’t need a visa to visit the Republic of Ireland – but this may change when the UK leaves the European Union. Always check which documents you need before you travel.

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