Cheap Flights from Exeter to Dublin (EXT - DUB)
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Flight information Exeter to Dublin
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Average flight time, total distance 221 miles
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Flights from Exeter to Dublin
This information is correct as of October 2015
Airlines that fly from Exeter to Dublin
Flybe are the only airline offering direct flights from Exeter to Dublin.
Terminal Information – Departing
Exeter Airport has one terminal for departures with a good range of facilities. The departure lounge has one bar, one cafe, one restaurant and a World Duty Free luxury goods store. Unfortunately you can't take advantage of tax free shopping if you're flying to Ireland, but you can still shop as long as you're happy to pay the duty. There are a few ways to upgrade your airport experience. For a quicker security experience you can pre-book Fast Track for £3.50*. There's an Executive Lounge, and entry costs £17.50* if you pre-book. As well as Wi-Fi you can indulge in complimentary snacks and drinks in a relaxing environment.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Flybe flights usually land at Dublin Airport's Terminal 1. There's a taxi rank outside the terminal and a public transport hub a short walk away. The fastest bus to the city centre is the Aircoach 700. It costs €9* (about £6.50) for a single and €15* (about £11) for a return ticket. The local Dublin Bus 747 also serves the city centre, but takes a longer route. It's cheaper at €6 (about £4.35) for a single and €10 (about £7.25) for a return. Car hire desks are on the ground floor of the Terminal 1 arrivals hall. If you're planning a driving holiday remember to compare car hire at Dublin Airport with Skyscanner.
Ireland and the UK operate a Common Travel Area, which means you don't need your passport to travel to Dublin. Do bring along your driving license as you will be asked to show some form of photographic ID.
What to expect in Dublin
Dublin is in the same time zone as the UK and the currency is the Euro (€). The climate in Dublin is similar to Exeter, about a degree cooler on average. Prices are also similar, although Dublin is slightly more expensive. Prices may look a lot higher as they're written in Euro. Dublin is one of Europe's top nightlife destinations. If you're visiting in the summer or over the course of a weekend you can expect to bump into plenty of hen nights, stag dos and general revellers: especially in the Temple Bar area of the city centre.
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