Airlines Flying to Dublin

Ireland is a brilliant destination for a holiday as it has wonderful countryside with rolling hills and beautiful scenery. Many of the towns and cities in Ireland are also hot spots for travellers,none more so that the capital, Dublin. Here we take a look at some of the airlines flying to Dublin plus prices and special offers travellers may be able to take up.


KLM is a reputable airline that is popular with regular travellers, while booking a flight with them is relatively easy as they have a great website offering both Economy and Business Class deals. Travellers who can travel a day or so either side of their stipulated date will find KLM offer discounts for outward bound travel and return fares too.

Take for instance a KLM  flight to Dublin in November from London Heathrow, the economy return price can be as much as £94 different for those willing to travel one day later than requested, while business class offer a £200 discount on certain days. Unless it is a stipulated business trip with no flexibility it is worth considering switching dates by one day in order to take advantage of this great saving. Flying at the weekend tends to be slightly dearer with the average return flight from Saturday to Saturday £248.

Further great features of flying with KLM include seat selection up to 48 hours before departure, check in 30 hours before departure, arrange extra baggage allowance plus online check in saving time when you get to the airport. Whether travellers are flying to Dublin for a holiday or business KLM is a superb airline to fly with.

Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus are a popular choice for travellers who wish to fly to Dublin. A typical return flight from Saturday to Saturday flying from London Heathrow will cost on average £152.98 return which is very reasonable as this cost also includes taxes and admin fees. All flights within Europe have in flight meal services where food can be pre-ordered for travellers convenience.

Travellers who desire that little bit more space can book seats that offer this feature costing from £5 to £15 depending on which seats you select. The inflight shopping feature is also popular with customers who fly with Aer Lingus as it offers goods that range from perfumes through to spirits or even gifts such as jewellery.

Special offers can be found on the home page of the Aer Lingus website with fares from as little as £53.98 for a flight from London Southend to Dublin available.


Flybe offer flights from many airports in the UK including Southampton, Exeter and Glasgow in Scotland. Customers can reserve a quoted fare for twenty four hours for a charge of £1.50, while booking is very easy via the Flybe website. Simply fill in the online form with dates plus your desired flight and its sorted! Loyalty points can be collected when flying with Flybe which is great for regular travellers as these points come in useful at a later date when the points have gathered up.

Their new Economy Ticket (£127.95) includes a 20 kilo baggage allowance, seat selection and no ticket change fees with the offer to save up to 50% on extras booked. The return Essentials flight includes flights only(£73.95) with the option to add extras as you progress with your booking, while the Plus selection (£434.00) includes extra baggage, lounge, onboard snacks, complimentary drinks, and much more, therefore is a VIP type of ticket.


Travellers can fly from Gatwick London to Dublin with Ryanair for the low cost of £49.98 return. This price is discounted as the regular tariff is around £99.28 return for the same journey. Visitors to the home page of the Ryanair website will note that other offers such as £14.99 one way to Dublin are also offered at limited times and dates but are worthy of consideration for those of us who are happy with a no frills flight that gets us from A to B.

Ryanair is Europes only ultra low cost airline operating since 1985 until the present day. Customers can expect a flight that is practical and safe but with no frills. Frequent travellers may be interested in signing up to cheap travel alerts where Ryanair will email customers of any special offers or discounts that are available ensuring they don’t miss out on savings offered.