Cheap Flights from Dublin to Southampton (DUB - SOU)
Flight information Dublin to Southampton
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Average flight time, total distance 269 miles
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This information is correct as of May 2016
Airlines that fly from Dublin to Southampton
Flybe offer direct flights from Dublin to Southampton. Connecting flights are available through KLM, Air France and Lufthansa.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
Flybe usually depart from terminal 1 of Dublin Airport. After security you'll find yourself in the airport's shopping and dining area, The Loop. There are plenty of high street and airport exclusive shops to browse before your flight. These include Parfois, Boots, House of Ireland, Wrights of Howth, Pandora and MAC Cosmetics. There are lots of places to grab a bite to eat or something to drink, including Butler's Chocolate Cafe, Gate Clock Bar, ReFuel, Street Feast and The Garden Terrace. If none of that tempts you, there's a pay-in executive lounge. Access costs €19.95* per person, which includes free Wi-Fi and a range of complimentary refreshments.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Southampton Airport is well connected to the city centre by public transport. The Uni-Link bus connects the airport to Southampton University, the city centre and the Waterfront. The Velvet bus goes to Hedge End and Eastleigh. First Group and Wheeler's Connect also run frequent services between the airport and popular destinations. Southampton Airport Parkway train station is less than one minute's walk from the terminal, and from there you can catch trains to the city and further afield. It takes about 7 minutes to reach Southampton city centre by train. Taxis are available from outside the terminal, and car hire from Southampton Airport is also provided by a range of top brands.
We recommend arriving at the airport no later than 90 minutes before your flight is scheduled to depart. You don't need a passport to fly from Dublin to Southampton as both airports are within the Common Travel Area. You may be asked to show some photographic ID at the boarding gate: a valid driving license or NUS card usually works for this. Check Flybe's website for a full list of acceptable ID types.
What to expect in Southampton
The UK uses the pound sterling, so convert some money before you fly. Southampton has warmer summers than Dublin, with an average temperature of 18°C during July and August. Winter temperatures are similar in both cities, so if you're heading over for Christmas remember to pack a jumper or five. Prices in Southampton are also very similar to what you would pay in Dublin, although it may feel more expensive when the pound is strong against the euro. Expect to pay about 10% more for dinner in Southampton, but 8% less for a pint of local beer.
*Prices subject to change
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