Flights to Dublin
Trinity College and the Book of Kells, live music at O'Donoghue's... the allure of Ireland needs no explanation. The good news is that flights to Dublin from Australia depart daily, with a stop in hubs like Singapore or Abu Dhabi.
What to know before you fly to Dublin?
When is the best time to visit Dublin? That all depends what you’re keen to see and do. Summer is peak season, not only for the warmer weather but also for the longer days. If you’re planning on booking your flights to Dublin for St Patrick’s Day, doing so well in advance is definitely recommended. The currency in Dublin is the euro (€); the language is English, with many signs also written in Gaelic; and the craic is an Irish word meaning news, gossip, fun, entertainment and enjoyable conversation (the best idea is to get a local to explain it – preferably over a pint in the pub!)
Airports in Dublin
As Ireland’s busiest airport and the major international gateway to the country, Dublin Airport (DUB) will likely be where you catch your first glimpse of the Irish countryside. A large but easy-to-navigate building, the airport is located about 10km north of Dublin in a suburb called Collinstown. Thanks to a large number of buses, coaches and taxis at the airport, you’ll be able to get to and from the airport with ease