London to Dublin Flights ( 10 flights found )

Lowest Fare from London to Dublin on 08 Sep 2018 - Rs. 1730

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  • American Airlines 6766
  • 06:40 AM
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  • United 7649
  • 06:40 AM
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  • Etihad Airways 7945
  • 06:40 AM
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  • FlyBe 6251
  • 06:40 AM
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  • Air France 3134
  • 06:45 AM
    08:05 AM
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  • City Jet 103
  • 06:45 AM
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  • British Airways 4460
  • 06:50 AM
    08:10 AM
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  • Aer Lingus 8360
  • 06:50 AM
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  • Air Canada 6923
  • 07:35 AM
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  • Japan Airlines 7823
  • 07:50 AM
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London to Dublin Flights

London is the most famous, beautiful and more populous city located on thebank of river Thames. London has a rich culture and a growinginfrastructure. Dublin on the other hand is the most beautiful and thecapital city of Ireland located by the bank of River Liffey. Dublin is alsoa cultural city and known for education. If you are planning to fly fromLondon to Dublin, you are going to have a delightful experience.

Travelling From London to Dublin by Plane

  • Millions of people fly from London to Dublin each year.

  • The best time to fly from London to Dublin is from May to August.

  • London to Dublin distance is around 302 miles / 486 km.

  • From London to Dublin it takes around 1 hour and 20 minutes viaair.

  • Around 412 flights are available from London to Dublin per week.

  • There are 5 airlines that fly direct from London to Dublin.

  • Connecting flights are also available.

Most Reliable Airlines For London To Dublin Route

The most reliable airlines to fly from London to Dublin known for on-timearrivals are CityJet and British Airways.

Best-Rated Airlines For The Route

The top 3 best rated airlines for this route is CityJet, British Airways,and Ryanair.

About London

London is spread in an area of 1,572 km square and is 35m above sea level.It is the biggest city in the United Kingdom and Europe. It is also saidthat the city was founded by Brutus the Trojan, around 1070 BC and not bythe Romans of the 1st century AD. London has a temperate oceanic climatewith the maximum temperature of 22 degree Celsius between the month of Julyand August and the minimum temperature of 3 degree Celsius in the month ofFebruary. There are a total of 6 airports in the city, such as LondonHeathrow Airport, London city airport, London Gatwick Airport, London LutonAirport, London South End Airport, London Stansted Airport.

  • The currency of London is British Pound Sterling (GBP) and thecurrency of Ireland is Euro. The exchange rate of 1 GBP is equal to1.14 Euro.

  • Cost of living for a single person per month in London withouthouse rent is £750.

  • The mode of payments accepted in London is Cash, Credit and DebitCards, or one can use PayPal, Apple Pay and Google Wallet.

  • There are many places to visit in London and some of most famousplaces are Buckingham Palace, Madame Tussauds Museum, Warner BrosStudio, Tower of London, Big Ben, Kensington Palace, WindsorCastle, London Dungeon, Westminster Abbey, London Eye, etc.

About Dublin

Dublin has an elevation of 85 meters (279 feet) near the coastal area onthe Eastern part. The Southern part or the mountainous region has risenaround 450 meters (1475 feet). Dublin can be considered as city of arts andculture and many Nobel laureates are from here. It is also the home ofnotable playwrights like Oscar Wilde and Jonathan Swift. The city has arich history and the invasion by Vikings in the 8th Century is quitewell-known. The city is located in the maritime climate zone, which meansit has pleasant summers and mild winters. It has a mild temperate usuallyof 32°F. The airport of Dublin is called Dublin Airport and located about10 miles north of the city.

  • 1 GBP or British Pound Sterling is equal to 1.14 Euro as of 2018.

  • Cost of living for a single person per month is around 822.65€ permonth, excluding accommodation.

  • Modes of payments used are cash and credit cards like Visa andMasterCard. American Express and Diners Club are also used in someplaces. PayPal is also used as an e-wallet.

  • Popular places to visit in Dublin are Dublin Castle, Spire ofDublin, Manson House, Anna Livia Monument, Christ Church Cathedral,St. Patrick’s Cathedral, etc.

Find The Cheapest Month To Travel From London To Dublin

The cheapest month to travel from London to Dublin is January while themost expensive is July. Wednesday is the day when the airfare for thisroute is the cheapest.

How to compare and get the best flights from London to Dublin?

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  2. Early morning flights from London to Dublin are 20% more costlythan evening flights.

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What you need to know before flying from London to Dublin by plane?

  • Heathrow airport is about 25.7 km from central London. You canreach the Heathrow Airport by train, taxi, or bus.

  • Heathrow airport in London offers a host of facilities like cashmachines, baby care facilities, currency exchange, bars andrestaurants, lounges, lost property assistance, emergencyfacilities, meeting rooms, facilities for disables, VIP servicesfor high-profile diplomats and more.

  • After landing at the Dublin airport, one can use Airlink, DublinBus and Taxi to reach the city centre, which is around 12km fromthe airport.

  • Dublin airport offers several facilities like bars, cafes andrestaurants, banks, customer enquiry, wheelchair and otherfacilities for disabled, luggage trolleys, baby changingfacilities, Internet, kiosks, multi faith prayer room.

Note: Cleartrip Lowest Air Fares Calendar provides an indication of prices (per person) for a range of dates, so that you can see the cheapest air fares easily. The air fares you see here may not be available at the time you try and book.

Information of London Dublin Flight

Aerial distance 464 KM
Total flights from London to Dublin in a week 1297 flights
First Flight American Airlines 6766 , departs at 06:40 AM
Last Flight Japan Airlines 7823 , departs at 07:50 AM
Popular Airlines from London to Dublin American Airlines, United, Etihad Airways, FlyBe, Air France, City Jet, British Airways, Aer Lingus, Air Canada, and Japan Airlines
Shortest Time of flights from London to Dublin 01h 20m
Airport codes flights from London to Dublin London-LTN,Dublin-DUB
Time of London to Dublin flights 01h 20m

London Dublin Cheap Flights

London Dublin Cheap Flights Fare ₹ Airlines Name Date of journey Timings
Cheapest Fare within 30 days ₹1730* Ryanair 08/09/2018 10:10 PM-11:10 PM Book Now

Faq

  1. Do airlines provide extra space for sleeping?

    Many of the Business class airlines provide extra space for sleeping.

  2. Can I carry my own food?

    Yes you can carry your own food. However, it should be properly packed.

  3. Will I be served alcohol on a London to Dublin flight?

    No airline serves alcohol on a domestic flight. You will get alcohol in only international flights

  4. Is there web check-in option available with London to Dublin flight?

    Yes, passenger do get a web check-in option with their London to Dublin flight via online web check-in or airport check-in.

  5. Can I book budget hotels near Dublin Airport through the Internet? 

    Yes, one can book budget hotels near the airport via Cleartrip hotels option

  6. Does London Airport have nappy changing facility for babies?

    Yes, the newly developed London Airport has such facilities for babies and infants.

London to Dublin Flights Reviews

Rated 4.0/5 based on 18 customer reviews
Customer reviews:
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Air Canada is a great Airline to fly with from London to Dublin. I flew hassle free with them. They were efficient as always. It was a great experience and we reached on schedule without any delay or hang up at any point. - by
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United is a great Airline to fly with. The flight from London to Dublin was a mere one hour journey and we were quite fresh even after the flight landed. The cabin crew was very endearing and charming, and took great care of each passenger. For air ticket booking, my choice would be Cleartrip! - by
4.0/ 5stars
We had to reach Dublin in emergency. We took Flybe as it was only available. Our baggage exceeded the limit and we were asked to pay for it. They kept us waiting. It was embarrassing. Thankfully, the flight experience was fine. - by
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I do not know whether the Airlines should be blamed or was it just an unfortunate day but yes, our experience on Lufthansa was horrific . On London to Dublin route, my wife went to the washroom and I was standing right outside as she is claustrophobic. My wife got stuck inside and we could get her out after cabin crew assistance. Luckily there was an on flight doctor who helped us. - by
4.5/ 5stars
Flying with Etihad Airways was great. Legroom sufficient, food offered is of high quality, the staff is cordial and what could we as passengers ask more of a flight. Recommendable to all for they are extremely efficient and systematic. - by
3.5/ 5stars
British Airways gave us an average flight experience on our way from London to Dublin. The interiors were not so good and even the washroom was not properly cleaned. When I complained, they were somewhat rude. I will not recommend them. Though for flight bookings, I would certainly recommend Cleartrip. - by
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