Ireland Flights

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Flights to Ireland

The vast majority of flights from the UK head for Dublin. You will also find good-value flights to Shannon, Cork and Knock. Dublin is exceptionally well served from the UK and usually has the lowest fares. many of the best deals are with Ryanair and Aer Lingus. The most popular destinations are listed below. See our individual airport pages for more details of airlines, routes, UK departure points and local transport.

 

Dublin Airport (DUB)

The busiest airport in the Republic of Ireland. 10km from the city centre. Home to Irish national carrier Aer Lingus and low-cost airline Ryanair. Exceptionally well served from the UK, with scheduled and low-cost airlines both offering flights. Good deals with Ryanair and Aer Lingus. Over 20 UK airports offer flights to Dublin. Aer Arann also offer well-priced flights from the UK.

 

Website: www.dublinairport.com/

Cork Airport (ORK)

The second busiest airport in the Republic of Ireland. 8km from the city centre. Convenient gateway to the scenic southwest of Ireland. Well served from the UK, with budget, scheduled and low-cost airlines all offering flights. Economical direct flights with Ryanair and Jet2.com. Especially well served by the Irish national carrier Aer Lingus. Aer Arann also offer well-priced flights from the UK.

 

Website: www.corkairport.com/

 

Shannon Airport (SNN)

Convenient gateway to the wonderful scenery of the west of Ireland. 24Km from Limerick, 22km from Ennis and 90km from Galway City. Good choice of routes from the UK. The airport is well served by Aer Lingus and Ryanair.

 

Website: www.shannonairport.com

 

Knock Airport (NOC)

Convenient entry point for the legendary beauty spots of the west and northwest of Ireland. Good choice of routes from the UK. Well served by Aer Lingus and Ryanair.

Website: http://www.irelandwestairport.com/

Cork Dublin
Knock Shannon

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