Cheap Flights from Bristol to Dublin
Flight information Bristol to Dublin
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average flight time from Bristol to Dublin, total distance 205 miles
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Airlines that fly from Bristol to Dublin
Aer Lingus Regional/Stobart Air and Ryanair both offer flights from Bristol to Dublin.
Terminal Information – Departing
Bristol Airport has one terminal. The departure lounge is home to a small but varied collection of shops. You can pick up a few luxuries at WorldDutyFree, stock up on travel tech at Dixons Travel, and grab the latest paperback from WHSmith. Other shops at the airport include JD Sports, Accessorize, and Superdrug.
If you need to settle your stomach before flying you can enjoy a laid back meal at Dexters, have a panini and a coffee at Costa, or unwind with dinner at the Brunel Bar & Kitchen. If half an hour of free Wi-Fi isn’t enough for you, check in to the Aspire Lounge. The lounge offers unlimited Wi-Fi along with complementary snacks and drinks. It’s usually cheaper if you book your space in advance rather than on the day.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Aer Lingus flights arrive at Dublin Airport’s Terminal 2, while Ryanair flights arrive at Terminal 1. Both terminals are within walking distance of each other and share a bus stop. There are taxi ranks outside each terminal alternatively you can take the Airlink 747 to the city centre.
As Ireland and the UK are part of the Common Travel Zone you don’t need your passport to fly to Dublin. You do need to bring a form of official photographic ID, such as a driving license. Some airlines do ask that you bring your passport anyway: check the terms and conditions on your ticket before heading to the airport.
We recommend arriving no later than one hour before your flight is due to depart. Arrive earlier if you have baggage to check in, or if you are travelling at a peak time. During evenings, weekends and school holidays the queues at security can be a lot longer.
What to expect in Dublin
Dublin can be quite a pricey city especially when it comes to food and drink. You’ll definitely notice the difference in price if you’re enjoying a bar crawl in Temple Bar. It’s not all bad: our guide to visiting Dublin on a budget should help you to save some money while you’re in the Irish capital.
The weather in Dublin is likely to be a few degrees colder than in Bristol. If you’re visiting during the winter you should pack some warm clothes, and if you’re visiting during the summer it’s a good idea to pack a jumper just in case.
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